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4 Yoga Poses That Can Help Eliminate Anxiety

Cat Pose of Yoga Poses

Anxiety disorders are the most commonly occurring form of mental illnesses, both in the United States and abroad. Anxiety disorders make it difficult for sufferers to manage stress, find meaning in their work, and even trying to live a healthy lifestyle. If not treated anxiety disorders can develop into serious conditions. Unfortunately, many people suffering from anxiety try to self-medicate with drugs, alcohol, and even food. This makes it worse.

How Yoga Deals with Anxiety – 4 Yoga Poses That Help

Feeling stressed or anxious is a natural part of life. Every day we encounter situations that cause us to become stressed, worried, and even anxious. Sometimes it can get so bad that it becomes difficult to function and take action. Drugs and alcohol do help with the feeling of anxiety to some extent in the short term. But they do not address the underlying problems that cause anxiety and stress. A mental disorder like anxiety can only increase your dependency on these substances.

On the other hand, a consistent and daily health routine can be just what you need to eliminate stress and anxiety from your life. There are several things you can do to help manage your anxiety, including art, talk therapy, exercise, music, and of course, yoga. I have found streaming peaceful, uncomplicated music on my Frontier bundles while I do yoga movements to be particularly effective. This blog explores the following:

  1. How Do Yoga Poses Help?
  2. The Child Pose
  3. Legs on the Wall
  4. The Cat Pose
  5. The Corpse Pose
Let’s take a closer look at them below.

How Do Yoga Poses Help?

Anxiety often causes us to become fearful of uncertain situations. It can even lead to a feeling of helplessness and despair. Regular yoga poses have helped many people alleviate these symptoms of stress and anxiety.

Yoga is primarily concerned with a clear mind, focus on poses, and deep, regular breathing. If you are prone to bouts of anxiety and stress, these are the perfect solutions to your problem. Practicing yoga poses can help you manage your stress and anxiety levels much better.

Yoga helps you learn to block out surrounding noise and thoughts, instead of focusing strongly on yourself. You should gently get into yoga to learn how to alleviate stress in your life. The poses you choose must be easy, demanding focus, and calming.

Before you get started with the poses we suggest below, make sure you have the following:

  • A comfortable yoga mat.
  • Plenty of space for movements.
  • Minimal distractions.
  • Essential oils (optional).
  • Calming music.
  • At least 30 uninterrupted minutes.
If you have all of the above, you can start with the following yoga poses right away to start alleviating stress and anxiety along with relaxing yoga crop tops.

The Child Pose

The Child pose involves you spending some time on your knees, so make sure your mat is thick and comfortable enough. You can either spread your knees in a V or keep them together. Reach forward as far as you can with your arms. Once you’re at the limit, soften your pose and release the tension from your body. Close your eyes, and relax both body and mind. Let your body slowly melt into the map as the tension leaves it. Take several deep breaths, relaxing more with each one.

Legs on the Wall

Legs on the Wall is a fairly simple yoga pose, but it has noticeable calming effects on your body. Place your mat flush against a convenient wall. Press your buttocks as close to the wall as possible. This is usually easier if you first curve to the side and position your bottom. Once in position, stretch your legs against the wall in a straight line.

You should let your arms rest at your sides with the palms facing outwards. Close your eyes, and focus on your breathing to start clearing your mind. Take deep breaths, holding each breath in and releasing it slowly. Your heart rate will begin to slow down, with the tension leaving your body as you hold this pose.

The Cat Pose

The Cat Pose is also known as the Cow Pose, so don’t get confused. Keeping your back straight, come down on all fours. Your knees should be immediately below your hips and your hands below your shoulders. As you inhale, lift your head up and your shoulders back so your chest expands. When exhaling, push your shoulder blades forward and lower your head towards your navel. Alternate these movements as you inhale and exhale. Move slowly, trying to feel the movement in every vertebra in your back.

The Corpse Pose

The Corpse Pose isn’t as grim as it may sound. It is physically the easiest pose on this list, but mentally one of the hardest. Lay down flat on your back, with your arms relaxed, and palms facing upwards. Your feet should be slightly turned out towards the edges of the mat. Close your eyes, take a deep breath and try to eliminate all emotion and tension from your face. Take deep breaths, inhaling and exhaling slowly, until the tension begins to leave your body.


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