Are You Troubled By Cervical Pain? Adopt These 3 Yoga Asanas, You Will Get Relief Soon

Geeta Kumar
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Cervical Pain

Nowadays, it is very normal for people to have cervical pain due to a bad lifestyle, working on a computer or laptop for a long time, sitting in the wrong way or lying down wrongly. Usually, cervical pain starts from the lower part of the neck and sometimes reaches the shoulders and waist. A large number of people struggle with cervical problems.

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Sometimes, in this problem, most people take painkillers, which provide relief for some time, but then if you sit down to work, this problem starts again. In such a situation, instead of using medicine, you can get the help of yoga. Some yoga asanas can be very helpful in getting relief from cervical pain. Doing these 3 yoga asanas given below provides great relief from cervical pain.

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

  • In this, you lie down on your stomach.
  • Please keep your hands along the body and take them near your shoulders.
  • Then, while exhaling, lift your body.
  • Remain in this position for 20-30 seconds and slowly return to the original position.


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Marjari Asana (Cat-Cow Pose)

  • In this Yogasana, first sit in Vajrasana posture.
  • Then, place hands and knees down on the floor.
  • As you exhale, arch your back (like a cow’s gait).
  • While exhaling, slowly draw your stomach inward and press your back downwards (like a cat’s gait).
  • Repeat this yoga asana at least 10-15 times.

Half Lord Of The Fishes Pose

  • Sitting in this yoga asana, spread both your legs towards the front.
  • Now, place one foot on top of the other foot.
  • Take your left hand from behind your back and place your right hand near your left knee.
  • While exhaling, turn the body to the left and remain in this position for 20-30 seconds.
  • Then, change both sides and return to the previous position.

If you feel any problem while doing yoga, then leave yoga immediately and consult your doctor.

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