better able to manage relationships.
muscles that are targeted with specific exercises. Yoga helps to improve your body posture when you sit, stand or walk, which may be causing pain due to incorrect posture.
Prevents joint breakdown. While improving flexibility, yoga also works to prevent joint degradation.
Yoga allows the joints to work through their full range of motion, which can prevent arthritis and working areas of cartilage that are not normally used. Without joint cartilage, one will experience pain and discomfort in everyday movements.
Spine protection. Similar to the concept of joint damage, yoga influences the protection of the spine. Spinal disks are a key factor in one’s mobility. Spinal disks act as the shock absorbers between the vertebras.
When these vertebras get out of line they compress the nerves. The thing about vertebrae is, they need movement to occur in order to receive their nutrients. Implementing the use of backbends, forward bends and twists will help your vertebrae reach satisfaction.
Increased blood flow. Like other exercises, yoga gets the blood flowing. But relaxation helps the body circulate blood more efficiently in your extremities, such as the hands and feet. This circulation works to get the non-oxygenated blood out of the extremities and replace it with oxygenated blood. This can help if you have swelling of the hands and feet.
Yoga, as it can be seen, has several benefits when incorporated into your daily routine. The list of these benefits goes beyond these few listed. If you are looking for increased energy, feeling more relaxed and your body working more efficiently then turn to yoga and never look back!