Health Issues That Can Put a Halt to Your Yoga Practice-Svadhyaya Kosha
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Health Issues That Can Put a Halt to Your Yoga Practice

Health Issues That Can Put a Halt to Your Yoga Practice

Ever heard of the phrase that too much of anything is bad? Similarly, yoga is so popular these days that it has mixed in the air. Anywhere you see, you can see people twisting and turning in their yoga mats, stretching their guts out. Even though yoga is an ancient Indian practice that boosts your physical, mental, and spiritual health, many scenarios do not allow you to practice yoga.

Not each body is the same or functions the same. Similarly, implementing a yoga routine can never be an ideal option for everyone. Below mentioned could be some reasons that stop you from diving too deep into yoga. Keep reading.

Disadvantages of Yoga Practice

1. Risk of Injury
When you have lesser mass muscle or strength, practicing complex yoga poses becomes very difficult. Stretching your muscles in such a situation is dangerous since you won’t be having much flexible muscle tendons or ligaments. In turn, you might have to suffer muscle tear, tendon or ligament break, and much more.

2. Osteoporosis
It is a condition in which you lose bone density, and your bones tend to lose its sturdiness. Hence, yoga puts more pressure on your joints, which have the risk of cracking. It is best suited for such people to avoid complex yoga poses. However, you can practice meditative postures or breathing techniques.

3. Water Loss
Various yoga forms like hot yoga are practiced in raised temperatures. In turn, the place becomes rich in humidity and puts a lot of pressure on your body. Thus, when your body gets heated up under an already hot place, you start to lose water.

Over time, you might experience cramps or muscle tears since your body is running empty on water. Further, water helps you to cool down your body. With the lack of water, your body’s temperature rises by many folds and you might run the risk of collapsing down.

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4. Heart issues
Many people are suffering from genetically inherited heart issues. Such people are advised not to practice yoga, especially complex yoga poses. Even if they want to, it is mandatory to seek help from a medical professional.

In most heart issues, the body already is demanding more from the heart whereas the heart is functioning at its limits. Practicing yoga further puts too much pressure to pump more blood to the body. Therefore, it puts you at risk of heart failure.

5. Infections
Countless infectious diseases transfer with your breath. Since Pranayama works on deep breathing practices, there have been cases when the infection spread through the entire body because the patient inhales deeply.

Such conditions make it very difficult or dangerous for people to practice yoga.

6. Breathing Issues
Breathing issues cause people to suffer a lack of breath, asthma problems, inefficient body functions, and lack of oxygen in the body. Since yoga is a form of physical exercise that requires oxygen and blood supply to perform various yoga poses, it is very harmful to workout in such health issues.

The lungs undergo severe pressure to supply you with adequate oxygen, and runs the risk of an extreme shortage of breath.

There could be plenty of more health issues that can put a back step to your yoga practice. Therefore, it becomes mandatory to either have a certified yoga instructor at your disposal while you are practicing yoga, or to have a medical professional, so that, you can back yourself up in any worst-case scenario.

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