Yoga helps weight loss
Obesity, or Weight gain, or more weight is the main problem of many people all over the world. In this fast and modern world there are number of causes which results in weight gain. The prominent causes can be wrong life style, complete lack of exercise, consumption of fast food, cold drinks, ice creams, bakery products etc.
Obesity is serious cause of concern even in children in most western countries. If it is not attended to on war footing may result in very serious diseases later on.
Increasing awareness about evil effects of obesity makes people try different ways to overcome it. One of the ways for it is practicing yoga. Daily practicing yoga along with changed diet habits can work well. They can improve your systems completely in the phased manner and bring about the desired changes.
What is Yoga? Try to understand it. People try to relate yoga with physical exercises – termed as Asana and breathing techniques terms as Pranayama. Even though it is true to certain extent, it is not all Yoga.
There are many more things included in Yoga.
Benefits of yoga.
Yoga in the form of physical postures – called Asana is more helpful to get rid of various physical ailments. There are number of postures which involve standing positions, sleeping positions, sitting positions etc. There is variety of it like bending- forward bending, backward bending etc. Many postures also involves stretching various organs of the body like hands, legs etc. The important thing to keep in mind is that all these posts or postures have good effect on the body of the person.
Yoga Asana provide various benefits. It tones up your body completely, it teaches stretching and relaxing, it become more active and controllable over a period. When you learn and practice it consistently ,you will personally experience the transformation happening to your body like, it bending more, it becomes cooperative, it reduces your fat and weight, you feel more energetic, your level of activity increases due to phenomenal change in your approach and attitude towards exercise and work.