10 Most Effective Yoga Posture For Blood Production

10 Most Effective Yoga Posture For Blood Production

Yoga Asana and Gravity for Blood cell production

Body position from the fetus level to adult is influenced by gravity and leads to a structure. Gravity initiating the body movement and is responsible for the blood flow. The posture as per the different names like exercises, circus, Gymnastics and sports were been scientifically utilizing the gravity. This is how the health is maintained in general with all such master minds of modern society. Yoga asana is the posture that should be maintained for 20 breaths and allow the gravitation forces to the deep parts of the body and the exchange of gases, nutrients and wastes at respective locations. This ensures the health even better and lasts for longer than above mentioned modern techniques.
In this article we are focus on few postures which helps in blood production and their even flow. As per hatha yoga the traditional or original yoga from ancient texts, the posture must be from the reference like animals, birds, eminent saints or Gods. Hence the transformation happens from the stem cell level and leads to total personality transformation of the practitioner. The transformation at the higher functions like qualities of that practice than the physical changes of human being.

Asana methodology

10 most effective Yoga posture for Blood production

1. Tadasana (Palm tree pose), Vrikshasana (Tree Pose) yoga-teacher-training-in-rishikesh

Tadasana is a preparation for tree pose that helps in shifting the body weight from feet width to toes width. Vrikshasana helps in shifting the whole body weight on one foot alone. Hence the gravity stimulates the femur, tibia, fibula bones for blood production. This also allows the large muscles of the lower limb to utilize maximum blood and strengthen them much than upper limb muscles. This improves balance and coordination between mind and action.

2. Garudasana (Eagle Pose) 

This pose helps in having the weight on a single leg and also squeezed pose for the lower muscles. This is a very challenging pose for the blood flow also. Hence there is a great relief of muscle tension soon after the practice. This allows the redirection of stagnant blood or clots in the circulation. This is the best practice to normalize high and low blood pressure with proper guidance. This improves the focusing ability and sacrificing attitude in life.

3. Baksana (Crane Pose) 

The arm balance needs the firm base from the small bones of palms like phalanges, metacarpals, 8 carpals, radius and ulna and humerus. This makes a great demand from the pectorals and intercostal muscles which are attached to the whole rib cage. Gravity automatically neutralized by these muscles and joints underneath. Longest life span
can be expected with this pose.


4. Padmasana (Lotus Pose) 

Flat sitting yet the challenging pose for circulation. Gravity for the upwards circulation is less distance and allow the normal blood flow and blood pressures. Hence it allows the blood production from pelvis including the lower limbs. A calmest mind can be achieved and is called as a meditative pose. This balances the proper alignment of the pelvis with lower back muscles and reduces lordosis.

5. Purvottanasana (Front stretch pose) 

The gravity is much in the middle part of the body which is suspended on two palms and two feet. The indirect yet maximum gravity through the vertebral column allows the blood production and serves the circulation around. Reverses the anterior sway and helps in withdrawal capacity in stressful situations. This prevents kyphosis and cervical spondylosis etc.,

6. Ushtrasana (Camel Pose) 

The maximum pressure from the lower back and shine bone through neck bones (cervical vertebrae) helps in blood production. The metabolic rate improves the bone mineral density (BMD). The ability to retain water or reabsorption of water from descending and ascending tubules of the nephron in kidneys. This is by reducing the antidiuretic hormone from kidney which is at the 11th and 12th ribs on either side of thoracic vertebrae. It also prevents scoliosis, Osteoporosis, etc.,


7. Dhanurasana (Bow Pose) 

The process of erythropoiesis for blood cell production and their discrimination happens flat bones like ribs and pelvis in this bow pose. Maximum of lymphocytes called immune cells will be produced and protects from infections along with digestive fire. Proper massage and weight on the spleen helps in red blood cell storage capacity and production in time like menstruation, blood loss, anemia, osteoporosis, spinal deformities, etc.,


8. Pawana muktasana (Spinal twist in supine) 

The whole vertebral column adjusts with the floor and allows the gravity. This allows the blood production and strengthens the para-spinal muscles. The intervertebral pressure reduces with this pose and allows the great awareness of involuntary organs soon. Hence this is the best pose for sleep and general relaxation. Gravity not only sinking the body but also the mind into a very stable form called Sushumna.

9. Kandharasana (Shoulder pose) 

Scapula (shoulder blade) helps in white blood production than red cells and boosts the immunity. It opens up the shoulder joint and expands the rib-cage from armpits. This relieves the cervical or tension headaches soon. The best parallel pose for Diaphragm and allows a costal stretch. This is the best pose to achieve deep breath and synchronization between all segmental breathings (Yogic breathe).

10. Sirshasana (Headstand) 

The best inversion pose for blood vessels. The best pose for challenging the gravity with upper limbs. The best pose for improving the collateral circulation in the brain. Skull bones are flat and produce maximum red blood cells. The fixed joints called sutures will be strengthened with increased BMD.


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