Since beginning this blog, we have presented a number of posts on the value of exercise. As well as the implications of feeling tired. To complement these discussions, we now look at yoga. In particular, how to feel better with five-minute yoga.
How to Feel Better with Five-Minute Yoga
What Is Yoga?
For those not fully aware of yoga, we turn to Asia Trend for insights:
Yoga exercises improve circulation, stimulate the abdominal organs, and put pressure on the glandular system of the body, which can generally result to better health. The five principles of yoga are the basis of attaining a healthy body and mind through the practice of yoga.
- Proper Relaxation
- Appropriate Exercise
- Proper Breathing
- Suitable Diet
- Positive Thinking and Meditation
Also, consider this infographic.
Could you really do an effective yoga routine in five minutes? According to Stephanie Mansour, writing for CNN health, the answer is yes:
The countless hours that many of us have sat at a makeshift desk in quarantine can be detrimental — physically and mentally. Hunched over a computer day in and day out, you’re not just wreaking havoc on your posture, but you’re likely feeling out of sorts and drained, too.
To learn Mansour’s 5-minute yoga routine (with photos showing her suggested poses), click the image.