Have An Upset Stomach? Practice These 5 Yoga Poses For A Happy Tummy!


Do you feel bloated or uneasy at times? This situation arises due to indigestion. Your digestive system works throughout the day to break down the food you consume and provide energy. Here are some yoga poses for stomach problems that might help in an improved digestion.

Have An Upset Stomach? Practice These 5 Yoga Poses  For A Happy Tummy!

The Yogic Squat Pose

Malasana Squat with feet placed together, as close as possible, keeping the heels on the ground, if possible. Separate your thighs a little wider than the torso. Then, lean forward and press your elbows against the inner knees. Thus, bring the palms together.

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The Bridge Pose

Lie down on the floor and bend your knees, while keeping your heels close to your sits bones. As you exhale, press your arms and feet into the floor and lift up your pelvis a little while keeping your feet and thighs parallel. This pose stretches and stimulates the abdominals, bringing the organs into a better alignment. It also stimulates the thyroid, which is essential for digestion and metabolism.

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The Goddess ur Horse Pose

Take a wide stance in such a way that your toes are out and heels in. Now, bend your knees deeply and sink the hips down to the height of your knees. Bring your arms out at the shoulder height and bend the elbows such that fingertips point up. By holding this pose, you’ll grow warm, which improves the circulation and digestion.

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The Triangle Pose

Unlike other yoga poses, the Trikonasana (Triangle Pose) requires keeping the eyes open in order to maintain the balance of the body. The triangle pose that is done by bending the body to either sides simultaneously, improves the flexibility of the spine and relieves backache. Besides other things, it helps improve digestion and reduces anxiety, back pain, stress and sciatica

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The Child’s Pose 

Balasana (The Child’s Pose), releases stress and calms your mind. This pose is also beneficial for your hips, thighs and lymphatic system. Come to all fours. Next, sit back on your heels and bend forward. Try touching your chest to your thighs. Now, extend your arms straight ahead. Hold this position for a few minutes.

Watch this video to know the steps :


Which of these yoga poses do you practice to avoid indigestion? Tell us in the comments below.

Also check out :Step By Step Guide To Perform The Perfect Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose)


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