Having cold in winter is common. Weak body and, when immunity is low, you can get away from an active lifestyle and easily become a victim of diseases.
Feeling unhealthy or not well due to fever and cold in winters makes everyone uncomfortable and ill-tempered. Due to this, you will feel unwell and you can deteriorate your whole day.
You will definitely think about this situation that makes you ill-tempered. I have a great solution for you in the form of yoga for immunity system.
Therefore, I have described two yoga asanas that can help you to build your immunity and fight the very common diseases in winters. Let’s have a look at such amazing yoga asanas that will help you this winter.
The immune system is a combination of some types of tissues, organs, and networks of cells. Good immunity keeps your body safe and protects you from viruses, germs, and microorganisms. A good immune system protects our body from diseases or infections.
This type of system needs an operating system that does proper functioning. Similarly, our body’s immune system works. First, it recognizes the viruses and fights them in a systematic manner.
When these habits are included in your behavior, for a longer time period, it becomes not good.
Yoga and the immune system are closely related. For example, to do any work properly, it requires balance and stability. The same applies to the immune system of our body. Whenever there are imbalance and instability in the body, the immune system of our body starts getting affected.
Stress is the main reason for the weak immune system of the body. It gives relief in this kind of condition. There are many yoga asanas that help to strengthen the body and improve the immune system. If they are practiced regularly it can help improve health.
Vrikshasana is believed to strengthen the feet. It provides relief in pain of legs, knees, and joints that grow with age. But do you know that Vrisakasana is very beneficial for children as well? This helps in their overall growth and builds better immunity.
In the practice of this asana, a figure made of the torso, arms and legs look like a triangle. That is why it is called trikonasana. This posture is derived from the International Yoga Day Protocol of Common Yoga. This asana prevents your immune system from infections to keep your immunity better.