5 Yoga Postures To Boost Fertility

Yoga Postures To Boost Fertility

Are you a couple seeking medical advice to boost fertility as you are facing difficulty in having a baby.

Have you heard or tried yoga to boost fertility.

Yoga is a holistic workout that magically promotes the health and heals different health issues. Infertility is one of the common health issues. But there are specific yoga poses to cure infertility naturally. Want to know more about it, keep on reading.

Yoga Postures To Boost Fertility

Yoga Postures To Boost Fertility

First, of all let me explain how yoga can boost fertility or in other words how yoga can cure infertility?

How Yoga Boost fertility

Yoga tone the muscles and strengthens the body organs. It improves the blood circulation and in females clears the constricted uterine. Yoga poses balances the level of hormones, keeps stress at bay and promotes the well being of body and mind.

5 Yoga Postures To Boost Fertility

1. Matsyasana or Fish Pose To Boost Fertility-

The fish pose induces stretch on thyroid gland and parathyroid gland. It improves the blood supply to the pituitary. Also, it stretches intestines, liver, abdomen and pancreas. It redirects the blood flow to the reproductive organs and treats the problem of infertility efficiently.

Matsyasana or Fish Pose To Boost Fertility

Matsyasana or Fish Pose To Boost Fertility

Steps

Lie on the ground on your back.Your arms should rest alongside, palms down and legs extended. Now press your elbows and forearms into the ground and lift up your chest to create an arch in the upper back. Also, lift up your shoulder blades. Lift up upper torso off the ground. Now tilt your head back, so that the crown of your head is brought to the floor. Make sure to press through forearms and hands and very little weight should be pressing through the head. Your thighs should be active and press outward through the heels.
Count five in this position. Now release yourself. For this lift your head off the ground slightly pressing your forearm firmly. Lower torso and head to the floor and while doing this exhale. For few breaths draw your knees into the chest. Now extend your legs and rest.

2. Sarvangasana or Shoulder stand pose to Boost Fertility-

This posture makes the blood to rush from different parts of the body to the pelvic region. It boosts the functions of reproductive organs and strengthens the ligaments of the uterus.

Sarvangasana or Shoulder stand pose to Boost Fertility

Sarvangasana or Shoulder stand pose to Boost Fertility

Steps:

Lie on the ground on your back in corpse pose. Your arms should lie at about 45 degrees from your side with palms facing upwards. Let the legs drop and bring your feet together. Now slowly bring your legs close to your chest. Slowly lift your lower body up. Place your hands on your back and slowly lift up your legs. Make sure the entire body is in a straight line,and upper arm should support the back. Hold this pose for 10 seconds breathing normally and then slowly fold legs from knees and with the support of hands slowly get your upper body down and rest.

3. Baddha Konasana Or Butterfly Pose To Boost Fertility-

This posture stimulates the prostate glands and abdominal organs. It corrects the menstrual issues, enhances the flexibility of the muscles of pelvic organs and promotes the blood circulation to reproductive organs. This posture is equally beneficial for men and women to cure infertility.

Baddha Konasana Or Butterfly Pose To Boost Fertility

Baddha Konasana Or Butterfly Pose To Boost Fertility

Steps:

Sit on the floor with your spine straight,and knees bend bringing your feet as close as possible. Try to make the soles of your feet touch each other. Now hold your feet with both your hands tightly. Inhale deep and then exhale. While exhaling, press the knees and thighs towards the ground by pressing the elbows on knees or thighs. Keep breathing and flap like a butterfly by bringing your thighs up and down slowly.

4. Viparitakarani Or Leg Up The Wall Pose To Boost Fertility-

This pose stretches the hamstrings, back and the muscle of the lower body. It treats the issues related to the urinary system and also helps to deal with menstrual cramps. It is one of the most popular yoga pose suggested to couples to cure infertility.

Viparitakarani Or Leg Up The Wall Pose To Boost Fertility

Viparitakarani Or Leg Up The Wall Pose To Boost Fertility

Steps:

Lie on your back with your buttocks touching the wall. Lift your legs straight up the wall. Hold in this position for a few seconds and then slowly bring your legs down. This can also be done with out the support of the wall. In the non-supported version lie on your back, lift your hips and raise your legs. While doing this support your hips with your hands.

5. Paschimottanasana Or Forward Bend Pose To Boost Fertility –

This posture balances hormones and menstrual cycle. It stimulates uterus and ovaries. Cures impotence, pelvic congestion and promotes sexuality.

Paschimottanasana Or Forward Bend Pose To Boost Fertility

Paschimottanasana Or Forward Bend Pose To Boost Fertility

Steps:

Sit on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you, spine erect and toes flexed towards you. Breath normally. While inhaling raise both the arms above your head slowly. Keep arms straight and stretch up. Now breathe out and bend forward from the hip joint. Your chin should move toward your toes. Keep your spine erect.

Now try to touch your toes with both hands wherever they reach, without putting much effort. Stay in this position as long as you can.After the exertion limit is reached inhale and raise up stretching up your arms straight above your head. Breathe out and bring your arms down placing the palms on the ground.

Hope you find our article yoga poses to boost fertility useful. If you know some more poses, you can add to the comment section below.

Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta

Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta:  Professionally a homeopathic doctor and a dietician Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta is passionate about writing health and parenting blogs. She believes in holistic approach towards health and well being.

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