Low blood pressure treatment - 21 days course

Welcome to World Yoga Society Online - A free low blood pressure 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 low B.P., a combined workout program has been provided below. In this complete course, yoga will help you to recover from the underlying factors of blood pressure level. If you suffer from multiple diseases other than low B.P., 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. Deep breathing with chest expansion along with calf exercise:

Stand straight with hands in front parallel to the shoulders and fold palms as namaskar posture. Now while breathing in spread hands sidewise, raise your heels and stand on toes. Again while breathing out bring your hands to its previous position and put down your heels. Do this for 10 times.

Benefits: Breathing helps to improve blood circulation in the body.

2. Side bending:

Stand straight with hands aside and 6 inches gap in between feet. Now lift your right hand above the shoulder and keep it straight. Left hand will be aside. Now bend your body to left side. While bending, knees should not bend. Hold this position and count 5. Then return back to normal position. Now lift your left hand same as above. Do the same thing while bending towards right side. Do this for 5 times.


3. Back bending:

Stand straight with 6 inches gap in between two legs. Place your hands on waist. Now slowly bend your upper body towards your back, hold the posture and count 5. Again come back to normal position. Do this for 5 times.

Benefits: Helps to improve the function of kidneys and blood pressure level.

4. Naukasana:

Lie down straight on the abdomen with forehead resting on the floor. Keep your feet together and arms extended forward with palms on the floor. While inhaling, raise your body as high as possible as shown in the video. Keep your elbows and knees straight. Balance the entire weight of your body on the navel. Breathing will be normal. Maintain this posture and count 5. While exhaling, bring down your legs, hands and forehead to the ground. Do this for 2 times.  Then relax in sabasana.


5. 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.


6. Sarbangasana:

Lie down on back stretching both legs. Lift up both legs straight at 90 degree angle from the ground. Push your upper back with your palms and shoulder to legs will be in a straight line. Chin should touch chest. Your eyes should be at your toes. Breathing will be normal. Hold this position and count 5. After that lower down your legs and keep the body straight. Do this for 2 times. Take rest in sabasana.

Benefits: Improves the flow of blood to the brain.

7. Shirsasana:

Sit on knees in vajrasana. Interlock the fingers of both hands and place them in front on the ground. Place your head in between the palms. Now slowly lift your body up and stretch your legs inward. Then slowly lift your legs from the ground by folding the knees. After that raise your legs and keep it straight. The whole body should be in a straight line. After that concentrate, hold and count 5. Then slowly lower down your legs by bending your knees. Do this for 2 times. Then rest in sukhasana.

Benefits: Improves the blood flow to the brain.

8. Ardhamatsyendrasana:

Sit down with legs straight. Fold the right leg and place it on the left thigh and touch the right foot with the ground. Fold the left leg and touch it with the right side of hip. Left hand will go above the right knee to hold the left knee. Right hand will go back. Head and neck will move toward right. Breathing will be normal. Hold the position and count 5. Then come back to the previous position and do the opposite with left leg. Do this for 2 times. Then take rest in sabasana.


9. Pranayam:

Sit in sukhasana posture. Palms will be on respective knees in gyan mudra (you have to hold the index finger against tip of thumb, having the other three fingers straight). Close your eyes. Now slowly breathe in and out. Concentrate on your breathing. One time refers breathing in and out. Do this for 10 times.


10. Bhramori:

Sit in sukhasana. Keep your index finger of both hands inside your respective ears. Close your eyes breathe in and utter the word ‘AUM’. Give stress on the letter ‘M’. While uttering the word, breathe out. Do this for 10 times.

Benefits: Refreshes and energizes the body and mind.

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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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