Good habits make the person healthy, intelligent and smart. But if you have bad habits, then it is best to give up them up. Otherwise, it gets too late, thus, affects the lives significantly. Stress, Depression, anxiety, and tension are the most common factors that make a lot of people get addicted to the wrong things.
Yoga focuses on prolonged happiness rather than immediate pleasure. It also helps you realize the adverse effects of everyday bad habits. Also, check out bad habits that you have become habitual and how yoga fights them.
Some Bad Habits:
-Drinking Coffee/Tea often
-Use of the earbuds for ear cleaning
-Go to bed instantly after taking the meal.
-Watching too much TV
-Late night working
-Sitting in the chair all day
-Eating Fast Food
-Wasting time online (Nomophobia).
Best Poses To Stop Bad Habits:
This Yoga Poses activate the energy center in the navel by keeping your relaxed. Do them daily in the morning for about 40 days.
1. Balasana (Child Pose)
It is the asana that is similar to the fetal position of the baby. Try it in the morning or evening time on an empty stomach to clean your bowels thoroughly. Stay in the child pose for about five minutes.
Balasana releases tension in the shoulders, back, and chest. It even lowers anxiety and stress. This pose also normalizes blood flow all over the body and fights dizziness.
2. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
Cobra Pose resembles the lifted hood of a snake. It is like an energizing backbend. You can practice it in the morning and evening time on an empty stomach. Just do it for 15 to 30 seconds.
It improves mood and energizes, your heart. It also releases fatigue and stress. This asana boosts your flexibility and lowers the stiffness in the lower back.
3. Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)
Bow Pose is similar to the stringed bow. It is an ideal back stretching exercise. You can do it in the morning on an empty stomach and hold it for at least 15 to 30 seconds.
Dhanurasana fights lethargy and helps you to keep balanced when you are hyperactive or tired. It also opens your neck, chest, and shoulders.
4. Ustrasana (Camel Pose)
Camel Pose boosts your well being and overall health. It also opens the front if your body and enhances your posture.
5. Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Dog Pose)
Downward Dog Pose is like a dog bending forward. So you can try this asana in the morning time on an empty stomach. For this, hold the pose for about 5 minutes.
It helps you rejuvenate your body, fights depression, and calms your brain. This pose also treats fatigue and insomnia. Moreover, it is therapeutic for high BP.
6. Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
Tree Pose is similar to that of a soft and robust stance of the tree. Do this it in the morning on an empty stomach and hold the pose for about one minute on your every leg.
Vrikshasana boosts your concentration and stamina. It offers a peaceful effect on your body, enhances self-confidence, and also relaxes your central nervous system.
7. Natarajasana (Dancer Pose)
Dancer Pose is named after the lord of the dance ‘Nataraja.’ It resembles one of his dance moves, and you can do it in the morning on an empty stomach for about 15 to 30 seconds.
This pose is a stress buster and enhances the flexibility of your body. This asana improves your posture, balances, and concentration.
8. Alternate Leg Lifts
This asana spark energy at your navel point.
a) Lie down on your floor straight.
b) Slowly inhale as you pull your lower belly inside.
c) Now lift your left leg to ninety degrees with your toes pointed toward the ceiling.
d) Slowly exhale as you lower it down.
Note: Put your hands under your hips if you require extra support for your lower back.
e) Alternate your both legs and do this for about three minutes.
9. Cross Crawl
It helps you to concentrate on your navel point and builds energy all over your third chakra.
a) Lie down with your legs put in front of you and keeping your arms by your side.
b) Inhale and bend your left knee into your chest while you bring your right arm (up over your head).
c) Then, exhale and make your left knee straight by lowering your right and left arm back to the floor.
d) Switch sides and takes deep breaths for about 3 minutes.