Yoga can Treat Disorders

Yoga can Treat Disorders
The mind-body benefits of yoga, like flexibility, reduced stress and anxiety, and muscle toning are common knowledge, but yoga can also treat more serious health conditions.
Breast Cancer
It is impossible to prevent or cure breast cancer by practicing yoga, but women suffering from metastatic breast cancer can benefit by doing yoga during the treatment and after.
Research suggests that breast cancer patients who do yoga can more effectively manage the side effects of cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation.
Three hours of yoga every week reduces physical discomfort and lowers stress hormone levels. Restorative yoga reduces fatigue, inflammation and pain, making the patient feels more active and relaxed.
Menopause causes a fluctuation in hormone levels in a woman's body, along with other physical and psychological changes. Hot flashes, irregular menstruation, irritability, sleep changes, weight gain, and decreased sexual desire are just some of the changes caused by menopause. They can occur gradually or abruptly.
Practicing regular yoga can alleviate these symptoms in menopausal women. 
Kapalbhati, Padmasana, Spinal Twist, Tada-asana, and Tree Pose are some of the postures for an effective yoga session for menopausal women.
Liver Disease
Your liver stores vitamins, nutrients and minerals. It produces chemicals to keep the body healthy. It breaks down toxic materials like alcohol and flushes it out of the body. Indigestion, fatty liver disease, and cirrhosis are some of the problems that affect the liver.
Some yoga postures increase blood circulation in the abdomen and maintain proper liver function. The Cat Pose, Bridge Pose, Spinal Twist and Cow Pose are some postures that vitalize the liver.
Practice deep breathing throughout the exercises and drink water after the yoga session to flush out toxins.

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