3 Simple Yoga Poses for Neck and Back Pain

These two plans indicate serious conditions that you must consult with your doctor or physician, but exercises can not only cure neck or back pain, but almost every problem in our body. If you have never done any kind of exercise, then you must take help from a yoga trainer in the starting. In this article, we will explain some exercises, which are very beneficial for everyone, particularly those people who are suffering from neck and back pain. They are mainly joint problems because join problems are mainly associated with neck, back, waist, knees and shoulders. These joint problems mainly found in women and old age people, but can be cured by doing simple yoga exercises, which are given below. 

Relaxation or Savasana Pose: It is also called as a corpse and is the most common way to finish a exercise. In this exercise, lies face on a mat along with your arms relaxed at your sides and your palms facing the ceiling. Now you have put a big bolster under your hamstrings and knees, a rolled-up mat under your ankles as well as a folded blanket under your neck and head. It will help your spine to gain perfect alignment, and you will feel relief from your neck and back pain.

Cat and Cow Poses: These poses of yoga are well known for their ability to stretch the spine as well as strengthen the abs, and can relieve back and neck pain. In this pose, Kneel on all fours and round your back up toward the ceiling, and the hips stay aligned on top of the knees throughout the pose. No, turn your neck towards your right hip, then left hip, and letting your spine and torso stretch in every direction while not moving your knees or hands. In the last, lift left arm toward the ceiling and twist your shoulders. Remember, do these poses with right arm almost least 5 to 6 times.

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Posted on September 6, 2013, in Health. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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