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Now high blood pressure will be controlled in a pinch, just have to do this work at home

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Due to the busy life and bad lifestyle of today, the problem of high blood pressure has become very common. Where this problem used to happen after 40, nowadays this problem is being seen in youth only after 28. Young people have started falling prey to it. BP can increase due to many reasons. Poor lifestyle, family history, age, kidney disease, obesity, not exercising, not eating properly, stress, etc. To control the problem of high BP, you can take the help of some measures like Yogasan. According to some health experts, you can prevent your BP from increasing by practicing some yoga asanas. So let's know which are those yogasanas.

Control high bp with these 3 yoga poses (Yoga poses to control high bp)

Balasana/Child's Pose

By doing this asana, BP remains under control. According to the information, the body relaxes with this yoga asana. It is also beneficial for the hips and spine. For Balasan, first, sit on the yoga mat. After this, while breathing, take both hands above the head. Now while exhaling, bend forward and place the palms and forehead on the ground. It is also beneficial for those who have problems with pain in the back.

Virasana/Hero Pose

For those who have the problem of high BP, such an easy prison is very easy. They should do this easily every day in the morning. Virasana keeps the nervous system fine and relieves stress and lowers blood pressure. To do this asana, sit on the ground with your knees bent. Keep your hands on your knees. Bring your hips right between the ankles and reduce the distance between the knees. Pull your navel inwards. Stay in this posture for some time, then relax. You can do this exercise every morning for 15 to 20 minutes.

Shavasana/Corpse Pose

By doing Shavasana, high BP remains in control. To do this asana, lie down on your back on a yoga mat and close your eyes. After that spread your legs. Give rest to your feet. Keep your hands on the side of the body without touching it. Spread the palms. Relax your whole body. Take slow and deep breaths. Similarly, staying for a while is easy.

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