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Yoga practice and the relaxation techniques in yoga have a positive effect on blood pressure. The regular practice of postures such as shavasana, padmasana and baddha padmasana, along with pranayama techniques such as chandravedi and sheetali, help in reducing blood pressure. These postures keep the body and mind in a relaxed state. A study on yoga’s role in controlling blood pressure showed more positive results compared to the placebo treatments.

Yoga practice and the relaxation techniques in yoga have a positive effect on blood pressure. The regular practice of postures such as shavasana, padmasana and baddha padmasana, along with pranayama techniques such as chandravedi and sheetali, help in reducing blood pressure. These postures keep the body and mind in a relaxed state. A study on yoga’s role in controlling blood pressure showed more positive results compared to the placebo treatments.

Side plank pose on right hand, legs together - Vasisthasana side right - Yoga Poses | YOGA.com

Side plank pose on right hand, legs together - Vasisthasana side right - Yoga Poses | YOGA.com

Half side plank pose on right hand - Vasisthasana half right - Yoga Poses | YOGA.com

Half side plank pose on right hand - Vasisthasana half right - Yoga Poses | YOGA.com

#VIRABHADRASANA  Warrior pose on right foot | YOGA.com

#VIRABHADRASANA Warrior pose on right foot | YOGA.com

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