11 Easy Yoga Poses to Improve Immunity and Fight the Corona Virus

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Coronavirus is today’s era deadliest villain. COVID-19 is a virus that affects the respiratory tract in humans. It all started in China and now about 196 countries have been affected worldwide. Till now no vaccine or medicine is being able to fight against this virus. The pandemic crisis is increasing day by day. The scientists are trying hard to make a vaccine for it. The only way to fight Corona is prevention. Prevention from the corona is very easy. Following steps help in preventing the spread of corona :

  • Washing hands frequently with sanitizer or soap
  • Covering of mouth and nose while coughing.
  • Maintain social distance
  • Avoid gatherings

Such simple measures help in limiting the spread of Corona. The Coronavirus is found to attack individuals with low immunity power. Every individual has a different strength of immunity to fight against the foreign body. In order to battle with corona, there is a need to develop a strong immunity. Immunity can be attributed to the lifestyle of an individual.

Regular exercising and eating healthy can help to boost immunity. Thousands of years ago, Ayurveda gave us a holistic wellness tool to cultivate our minds with awareness and body to fight against harmful natural substances. This tool is yoga. Yoga helps the body to strengthen and boost the immune system of the body.

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11 Yoga Poses to Improve Your Immune System and Prevent Coronavirus

Following are some of the yoga poses which are found to strengthen our immunity to fight back against Coronavirus :

Pranayama

This is the basic most yoga pose which acts is possibly the simplest and effective way to boost the immunity of an individual. This pose also delivers positive energy to the body. In this pose, deep breathing is promoted which helps in the release the stress-relieving hormones and regularise the heartbeat and any kind of nervous distress.

Pranayama

Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)

This pose helps in strengthening each muscle in the back with possibly increasing the spinal flexibility. In addition to this the pose helps to open the chest, abdomen, hip flexors. The pressure exerted on the front of the body makes it difficult to breathe. Thus, regular practicing improves the breathing habits in an individual.

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Dhanurasana

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

This pose helps in strengthening the shoulder, chest and abdominal muscles. It also helps in preventing mood swings. The major effect to prevent corona is that it invigorates the heart and thus maintains the proper heartbeat.

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Bhujangasana

Bharastika (breath of fire)

This pose comprises of forceful inhaling and exhaling of air in the body to provide complete oxygen. This helps in giving strength to the lungs and prevents the occurrence of certain respiratory diseases such as asthma, common cold, allergies.

Bharastika

Nadi Shodhan Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing)

It is similar to Anulom Vilom Pranayama. The arteries (nadis) in a human body provide energy by acting as a channel for the flow of energy. But these often get blocked due to unhealthy lifestyle, stress. Shodhan means cleaning of the Nadis and unblocking them.

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Nadi Shodhan Pranayama

Kapalbhati Pranayama

This pose helps in improving the functioning of our respiratory system. Through this pose, lungs are made capable of increasing their capacity to hold air as long as they can.

Kapalbhati Pranayama

Savasana

It is much like a sleeping pose which enables the body as well as mind to relax. It improves the concentration, treats insomnia and relaxes muscles. The relaxation of inspiratory muscles is important to strengthen their work.

Savasana

Bridge Pose

This helps in stretching the chest muscles and stimulate the lungs along with the abdomen. This is indicated therapeutically for asthma and sinusitis.

Bridge Pose

Cat pose

This pose improves the airway of the respiratory system by providing a gentle massage to the spine and the abdominal organs.

Cat pose

Sukasana

Just like savasana, it is also a relaxing pose and the basic aim of this pose is to control breath and stress. It is also helpful in asthma.

Sukasana

Forward Bend

The bending pose is known to open up the chest resulting in providing easy breathing. It also stretches the back muscles and helps in deep breathing.

Forward Bend

Seated Spiral Twist

The target muscles beneficial from this pose are our respiratory muscle (diaphragm, intercostal muscles) and back. This helps in the improvement of breathing by increasing the circulation of the air inside the body.

Seated Spiral Twist

Conclusion

Following yoga poses help in strengthening the lungs and boost our immunity system of the body to fight against the coronavirus. It is important to build up a strong immune system as till now no treatment is found to treat the corona. Therefore, the best way is to prevent it.

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