The 5-Minute Yoga Routine That Can Help Restore Thyroid Levels

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

yoga for thyroid

Variation – Salamba Sarvangasana

“Salamba” means “support” in Sanskrit. This pose places supports under the shoulders and begins and ends with bent knees to ease the weight and pressure of Sarvangasana. Watch the video below for detailed instruction on this pose variation.

2. Matsya Asana – Fish Pose

This pose stretches the back and elongates the neck and thyroid. It is an instrumental follow-up to Sarvangasana for stretching the neck in the opposite direction, promoting blood flow, opening the neck, and stimulating the heart and thyroid.

Keep in mind to not perform this pose if you have a back or neck injury.

To do:

  1. Lie flat on your back, toes pointed toward the sky, arms at your sides.
  2. With palms down, place your hands under your buttocks with thumbs touching under you. Tuck your forearms close to your torso.
  3. With elbows and forearms pressing into the floor, inhale and raise your chest and head, arch your back, and allow your head to drop back behind you until it touches the floor. Your back should be curved and your head resting comfortably on the crown or slightly toward the back of your skull.
  4. Take several deep breaths. Avoid focussing the weight on your head—push into the floor with the heels of the feet, arms, and buttocks, using your abdominal and back muscles to support your upper body weight.
  5. Hold for at least half the time you held your Sarvangasana pose.
  6. As you exhale, release the head, straighten your back, and slowly lower down to the floor.
  7. Raise your pelvis to move your hands from under you to your sides.

For advanced variations of fish pose, keep watching the video.

Sign Up for Free Newsletter

Get our free newsletter in your Inbox daily. We'll also send you a copy of a free report on how to REVERSE 7 of the most dangerous diseases including cancer, heart disease, arthritis...and ELIMINATE pain naturally.

Take advantage of your thyroid’s resilience and give it extra attention so it continues to work properly. Ancient practices still work to stretch and open constricted muscle and connective tissue, improve blood and lymph flow, reduce stress, and stimulate the endocrine system of which the thyroid is a part.