YOGIC ASANAS FOR NAVEL DISPLACEMENT
Yoga believes that, first and foremost, one should know one’s own body and its particular requirements. Each part of the body has its own importance. Navel is a very important part among them. It is considered to be the centre of all the organs of the body. There are 72000 nerves are spread all over the body. It is normally pulled by some tissues, which keep it in its place if for any reason these tissues get pulled then the navel gets displaced.
If the navel is displaced upward, then diseases like constipation, heart palpitation anxiety and stress. And if the navel is displaced downward then problems like loose motion, night fall, indigestion and weakness etc. if it is displaced to side then there is shooting stomach aches. And women get various dieses like irregular menstruation, complication of the uterus and leucorrhoea etc.
The best treatment for navel displacement three asana are described in the chapter below should be practiced in the same sequence for bringing the dislodged navel at the right place.
Dhanurasana (Bow pose): Lie flat on your stomach, with the legs and feet together and the arms and hands beside the body. Bend the knees and bring the heels close to the buttocks. Place the chin on the floor clasp the hand around the ankles. Take a deep breath and raise your head trunk and legs above the round in order to left legs, pull hands and legs in opposite, direction support the entire body on the floor. Hold the position for as long as is comfortable and then slowly relaxing the legs; lower the legs, chest and head to the starting position. Do it minimum 3 times daily.
Benefits: This asana helps to improve digestion by stimulating gastric secretions. The liver abdominal organ and muscles are massaged. This asana is recommended for the management of diabetes, menstrual disorders and neck pain. Caution: Patients of colitis, hernia and slipped disc should avoid this asana. Heart patients and hyper tension patients should avoid this asana also.
Chakraasana (wheel pose): Lie flat on your back with legs straight on the floor. Bend your legs from the knees and with the help of the hands, bring the heels as close to the hips as possible slowly raise the body and arch the back, allowing the crown on the head to support the weight of the upper body. Putting pressure on the palms, raise your body from the floor arching the back straight then the knees further by moving the trunk towards the head let the head hang hand between the straight arms. Hold the final position for as long as is comfortable slowly lower the body so the head rests on the floor and then lower the rest of the body. This is one round repeat 3 times.
Benefits: This asana tones up the nervous, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular and glandular systems. This asana keep dislodged navel at its right position.
Caution: while lifting the body leave the neck loose or else there is fear of a sprain in the neck. People with any illness, during pregnancy and weak wrists should not practice this asana.
Matsyasana (Fish Pose): This posture is dedicated to Matsya. Matsya means a fish. Lie flat on you back keeping the legs straight on the floor with feet together. Bend the legs and do padmasana in the lying position. Carefully bend back ward, supporting the body with the arms and elbows. Lift the chest slightly, take the head back and lower the crown of the head to the floor. Hold the big toes and rest the elbows on the floor. Adjust the position of head and hands so that the back is arched to the maximum. Relax the arms and the whole body, allowing the head, buttocks and legs to support the weight of the body close the eyes and breathe slowly and deeply. Stay in this posture as long as you feel comfortable. Return to starting position, reversing the order of movements. Do it one time only.
Benefits: This asana stretches the intestines and abdominal organs and is useful for all abdominal ailments. The dorsal region is fully extended in this posture and the chest is well expanded. Practice of this asana is very good for asthma and bronchitis as it encourages deep respiration. The asana is very useful for the treatment of constipation, tonsillitis, spondylotis and disorders of reproduction system
Caution: People who suffer from heart disease, hernia, ulcers, H.B.P and pregnant women should not practice this asana.