Fight Away White Hair with 7 Yoga Poses
Yoga is one of the basic Indian cultural practices. The specialty of yoga is that it gives proper balance both physically and mentally.
yogasanas help in maintaining beauty too. Here we have some effective yogasanas to fight white hair. Yogasana makes the blood circulation effective all over the body and rejuvenates the scalp and hair too.
Before practicing yogasana, one should follow the rules strictly. Because, the improper or deviating from the rules while practicing yoga will lead to side effects. So, kindly practice yoga under a Guru or supervisor.
One of the rules is to practice yoga in a ventilated space. Spread a yoga mat on the flat floor and practice on the mat. Be cautious about the food intake, most important to practice in empty stomach. There are rules for food intake before and after yogasana.
- Stand straight on the yoga mat without any bend in legs, back and hands.
- Stretch your legs wide, thus your posture will symbolize an inverted funnel shape.
- Stretch your hands sideward.
- Slowly bend towards your right side and touch the ground near your right foot. If not possible, touch your foot.
- Slowly reverse the action.
- Now slowly bend towards the left side and touch the left ground. If impossible, touch the left foot.
- Reverse the action.
- Now join your legs with a jump. Simultaneously join the hands too.
- Repeat the procedure for three to four times regularly.
- Bhujangasana or Cobra pose
- Lay down on the yoga mat stretching your hands close to your body facing the ground.
- Slowly keep your palms on the mat aside your chest.
- Now press the palm and lift your head and slowly inhale and exhale.
- Now stretch your elbows and lift your chest part. The posture seems to be a cobra. Inhale slowly and exhale.
- Reverse it from the last step.
- Repeat the steps from the beginning and practice it for three to five times a day.
- Mountain pose
- Sit straight on the yoga mat.
- Place your right foot on the left thigh and left foot on the right thigh. It is ‘Padmasana’.
- Place your hands stretching on the knees.
- Slowly raise your hands together sidewise and reach above the head. Join the palm together.
- Keep your hands straight as no bends are found.
- Inhale slowly and exhale.
- Reverse the steps slowly one by one.
- Repeat it for four to five times every day.
- Lie down on the yoga mat facing the sky.
- Slowly raise your legs together and bring straight above your face.
- Then slowly bring the legs and place them on the ground above your head.
- Bring the hands sidewise and join above the head.
- Reverse it step by step.
- Sharnagat mudra
- Sit on Vajrasana on the mat.
- Bring the hands together above your head and inhale.
- Slowly bend forward and place the palm facing the ground, exhale. Head should touch the ground.
- Revverse the steps and repeat it for three to five times a day.
- Ustrasana or camel pose
- Kneel down and hold right ankle with right hand and left ankle with left hand.
- Slowly raise up your abdomen and bend backwards facing the sky. Keep your thighs straight.
- Reverse the steps and repeat for three or five times.
- Prasarita Padashastana
- Stand straight and stretch your hands upwards.
- Slowly bend forward and touch the ground with your palm.
- Touch your knees with your forehead.
- Reverse the steps and repeat three to five times a day.
Note: Must practice yoga under the guidance of a Yoga teacher, always.
Caution: Don’t try to practice on your own, it might result in additional side effects.