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7 yoga poses to fight insomnia

7 поз из йоги для борьбы с бессонницей

Yoga (maidens) is a concept in Indian culture, in the broad sense meaning a combination of various spiritual, mental and physical practices developed in different directions of Hinduism and Buddhism and aimed at controlling the mental and physiological functions of the body in order to achieve an individual an elevated spiritual and mental state. In a narrower sense, yoga is one of the six orthodox schools (darshan) of the philosophy of Hinduism. The main areas of yoga are Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Hatha Yoga. In the context of the philosophy of Hinduism, yoga refers to the system of raja yoga as set forth in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras and closely related to the fundamental principles of Sankhya. Yoga is discussed in various Hindu scriptures such as the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Shiva Samhita and Tantra. The ultimate goal of yoga can be completely different: from improving physical health to achieving moksha. Outside of India, the term "yoga" is often associated only with hatha yoga and its asanas - physical exercises, which does not reflect the spiritual and spiritual aspects of yoga. One who studies and practices yoga is called a yogi or yogi.

Insomnia is a problem in the modern world. Moral and physical overwork negatively affects sleep quality. It is very bad when at the end of a busy day the body requires rest, but because of insomnia, getting into the arms of Morpheus does not work. Worst of all, if this happens regularly. Have you ever suffered from insomnia? If so, then a few simple exercises will help you deal with this. These seven simple yoga asanas are capable of ending insomnia once and for all.

1. Upavishtha konasana (sitting posture)

2. Shlabhasana (locust pose)

3. Ardha salabhasana (half locust pose)

4. Viparita karani (bent candle pose)

5. Supta baddha konasana (pose of a connected angle in a prone position)

6. Jathara Parivartanasana (belly turning pose)

7. Shavasana (rest pose)