Upside Down Stands

Upside Down Stands

“Upside down” stops in “upside down” times!

Judging by the developments around us, I would say that we live in “upside down” times. Lately, in fact, we are more and more faced with situations that “raise the blood in our heads”.
So how would you feel if someone told you that the way to download it is so simple that it does not even cross your mind? As simple as an “upside down” attitude. That is, putting your head down and your feet up.

Upside down postures, which are widely used in yoga, aerial yoga and more, have multiple benefits.
They decompress the vertebrae, relax the heart which does not have to try to bring the blood from the bottom up, oxygenate the brain, nourish the cells and help cleanse the blood. They improve our digestive function and mood by regulating the hormonal system. They help us overcome many of our fears and gain more confidence, reduce toxins and increase sexual desire.
They deal with stress and pressure immediately and effectively and help to “get the blood out of the head”.
At the same time they strengthen our arms, shoulders and torso, while many studies have shown that people who regularly do such postures rarely get a stroke, which occurs when there is an obstacle to the flow of blood to the brain, or when they lift us The blood in the head is constantly used. Upside down postures, which are widely used in yoga, aerial yoga and more, have multiple benefits.
They decompress the vertebrae, relax the heart which does not have to try to bring the blood from the bottom up, oxygenate the brain, nourish the cells and help cleanse the blood. They improve our digestive function and mood by regulating the hormonal system. They help us overcome many of our fears and gain more confidence, reduce toxins and increase sexual desire.
They deal with stress and pressure immediately and effectively and help to “get the blood out of the head”.
At the same time they strengthen our arms, shoulders and torso, while many studies have shown that people who regularly do such postures rarely get a stroke, which occurs when there is an obstacle to the flow of blood to the brain, or when they lift us constantly blood on the head.

Finally, they have anti-aging properties, as while standing upside down, a large amount of blood is directed to the head and face, along with the oxygen and nutrients it contains. Thus, the skin acquires health and radiance, while even the hair may take longer to turn white!
So let’s not think too much. Bring them up and down and forget the upside down times.

Note
Upside down postures are contraindicated in people with health problems, hypertension or glaucoma, in pregnant women, as well as in people who have recently undergone surgery.

Irene Damanaki

Yoga Educator

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