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Thyroid

Welcome to World Yoga Society Online - A free thyroid treatment course for 21 days. We can assure you that after doing this full course, there will be a positive change in your problem. As a number of factors are responsible for the development of thyroid, a combined workout program has been provided below. In this complete course, yoga will help you to recover from the underlying factors of the disease. If you suffer from multiple diseases other than thyroid problem, then you have to consult yoga doctors before starting the course.

1-7 days course

Start practicing the following yoga for 1-7 days regularly. Choose a time of day you can stick with, so that exercise becomes a habit. No matter what time of day you choose to exercise, make sure to plan your workout two to three hours after your meal.

1. Neck exercises (1st kind):

Stand straight. Turn your head toward right side. Then move your head back in normal posture. Then turn your head toward left and then come back to normal position. Do this for 10 times,  take rest and then do for 10 times.

Benefits: Helps control any abnormality  of thyroid gland. 

2. Neck exercises (2nd kind):

Stand straight. Turn your head toward up and bend backward then come back in normal posture.Do this for 10 times,  take rest and then do for 10 times.

Benefits: Helps control any abnormality  of thyroid gland.

3. Contraction of neck:

Stand/sit straight. Contract your neck muscles inside and then relax. Do this for 10 times.

Benefits: Massages the thyroid gland.

4. Static neck exercises (1st kind):

Stand straight. Place your right hand on your right cheek. Now try to move the neck toward right side and resist the neck from moving by your right palm. Both the pressure will be equal and hence the neck should not move. Hold the position and count 10. Do the same thing with left side.

Benefits: Stimulates the thyroid gland.

5. Static neck exercises (2nd kind):

Stand straight. Place two palms below your chin. Now push the palms with your chin and resist it with your palms. Both the pressure will be equal prohibiting any movement. Hold the position and count 10.

Benefits: Stimulates the thyroid gland.

6. Bhujangasana:

Lie down on your abdomen with chin touching the ground. Rest the palms by the side of the pelvic region so that the fingers and shoulders are at the same level. Now put pressure on the palms and raise your upper body upward till the navel portion. Breathing will be normal. Hold the position and count 5. When you raise your trunk, your forearms should be touching the sides of the chest. Rest your body on the floor. Do this once again and then rest in sabasana.

Benefits: It stimulates the thyroid gland.

7. Sashangasana:

Sit in vajrasana. Now hold the heels with the hands. Thumbs should be inside the leg facing each other. Now slowly bend the body in front. Place the head between the knee and try to touch the crown of the head on floor. Hold the heels tight, raise the hips up. Try to move the body forward as much as possible. Hold the position and count 5. Breathing will be normal. Then return to the normal position and repeat once again. Then take rest in sabasana.

Benefits: Good for thyroid and parathyroid glands.

8. Ustrasana:

Sit in vajrasana. Then bend backwards slowly with the head going back and hold both the ankles with the hands tightly. Your thumb of both hands should be inside of the ankle adjacent to each other while the other fingers should be outside. The feet should remain touched with the ground. Breathe normally and count 5. Repeat once again. After that take rest in sabasana.

Benefits: Stretches the throat and thyroid and parathyroid glands.

9. Matsyasana:

Sit in Padmasana. Slowly lie down on your back taking the help of your elbows. Place the palms next to the shoulders. Taking the weight on the palms, lift the head and chest off the ground. Bring the centre of the crown of the head to the ground. Remove the hands after the weight is balanced on the head. Catch hold of the big toes by hooking the index fingers around them and elbows should touch the ground. Hold this position and count 5. Then release your hands. After that slowly release your head with the help of your hands. Do this for 2 times. Then release your legs and take rest in sabasana.

Benefits: Increases metabolism with stimulation of the thyroid.

10. Viparit Karani:

Lie down on your back with palms touching the floor. Lift your both legs till they are perpendicular to the ground. Fold the hands to give support to hip. Remain in this posture and count 5. Breathing will be normal. Concentrate your eyes on the toes. Slowly lower down your legs and take rest in sabasana. Do the same thing once again.

Benefits: Creates pressure on thyroid gland and improves the condition of hyper and hypo thyroidism.

11. Sinhasana:

Sit in vajrasana posture with your knees widened from each other. Now bring out your tongue till the extent you can by making a sound 'aay'. Do this for 10 times. Then take rest in sabasana.

Benefits: Stimulates the thyroid gland.

12. Meditation:

Sit in padmasana posture. Palms will be on respective knees in gyan mudra. Close your eyes. Concentrate in any one object or in your third eye (in between two eye brows). You can also concentrate on your breathing. Meditate for 5 minutes.

Benefits: Decreases any tension-related pain, muscle and joint problems, stress relief.

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A Word Of Caution:

Exercises given here are for otherwise healthy patients. If you have multiple medical conditions please be cautioned that some exercises may not be suitable at all. Consult our Yoga Doctors for a routine customized to your medical condition.

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