Yoga for Cervical Pain: Nowadays the practice of cervical pen has become a bit. If someone also has pain in the neck, he feels that he feels that it is ‘cervical’. Whereas, experts believe that there is a cervical in the neck, it is not necessary. There can be many reasons behind this. The most common cause of cervical pain in the current lifestyle is incorrect posture. As we often see people constantly sitting in a chair, many times they fall asleep while sitting. Due to these wrong postures, there is an increased possibility of having a Cervical Pain problem. Apart from this, there are many people who keep an eye on the phone and laptop, which causes neck pain and cervical. However, some people are also compelled to work on laptop or mobile.
There are many more reasons for Cervical Pain. Common reasons such as long travel by bus, train and plane, jerking in the neck repeatedly due to some reason, etc. To avoid this, the most important posture is correct. Avoid staying in one posture for too long. Along with this, do yoga or exercise to keep the neck right. For those who spend hours in the office on gadgets or those who have to sit all day, here are some exercises.
Cervical power developer: measures to relieve cervical pain
Cervical pains and general neck pain are more common in people who are constantly sitting in one place, reading, writing or doing other work. For these reasons, the muscles and nerves of the spine become tight. This affects the blood circulation and causes pain. To get rid of this problem, the cervical power of yoga is very beneficial. It has 3 major actions, which you can easily perform by sitting in Padmasana or Sukhasana.
Method of action of cervical power
First action: First of all you can do it by sitting in a quiet place or standing still. Now turn your neck first to the right and then to the left, during which time your chin should be in the shoulder. You can do this 10, 10 times. As you can see in the video.
Second action: In this, you have to remain in the earlier stage and first to lower the neck and then move upwards. Below you have to look at your toes and look up at the sky. However, those who have cervical discomfort should not touch the head downward or forward.
Third action: In this, you have to rotate your neck first, and then anti-clockwise. If someone is cervical, then instead of doing so, they should only rotate backwards.
You can watch this video of yoga expert Brajmohan Thakur to understand in detail about cervical power development activity:
Benefits of cervical power development
The following are the benefits of performing the activities of yoga cervical power:
1- Neck pain ends.
2- Relieve tonsils and thyroid.
3- Double chin problems are overcome.
4- This improves blood circulation around your head and neck.