Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
uric acid in the body You should practice Tadasana to reduce the amount. Apart from this, this simple yoga also helps you to increase focus and concentration. To do this, stand tall with your feet together. Keep the arms straight upwards. Take a deep breath and raise your hands up. The palms should be facing each other and the hands should be straight towards the sky.
This is a better posture to improve your balance and strengthen your back and legs. Place your right foot on top of your left thigh. The sole of the foot should be flat and held firmly. Keep your left leg straight and find balance. While inhaling, raise the hands above the head and join the palms together. Make sure that your spine is straight and take a few deep breaths. Exhale slowly and bring your hands down and release your right leg. Repeat the same process with the other leg.
This pose works on the shoulders, hips and back along with lowering the uric acid level. To do this, keep the spine straight and sit with the legs stretched out. Bend the left leg and place the heel of the left foot near the right hip. Take the right foot over the left knee and place the left hand on the right knee. Keep the right hand behind you. Turn your waist, shoulders and neck to the right and look over the right shoulder. Keeping the spine straight, continue taking long breaths in and out. While exhaling, release the right hand first, then release the chest and waist. Leave your neck loose and sit comfortably. Repeat on the other side.
To do this, lie down on your stomach, arms along the torso, palms up, and keep your feet hip-width apart. Now inhale and forcefully lift your ankles away from your buttocks, bend your knees and clasp your ankles. Keep feet hip-width apart. Look straight and keep your face relaxed. Pressing the stomach against the floor will make it difficult to breathe. Breathe deeply into the back of your torso, and be sure not to hold your breath. Take long and deep breaths and stay in this posture for 20-30 seconds. Release the pose while exhaling and lie down quietly for a few breaths.
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