Combating COVID-19 with Yoga

Yoga can significantly boost your immunity naturally.

Combating COVID-19

Yoga has a powerful role to play, as the COVID-19 crisis is not limited to discovering the vaccine alone.
Lucknow, June 21, 2020: Due to Coronavirus, stress levels are at a high as people are struggling with their daily lifestyle. Practicing Yoga can significantly boost your immunity naturally. It is a package for a happy productive life, which includes physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Sharing his insights Dr. B P Singh, Director and Senior Respiratory Consultant at Midland Healthcare and Research Centre, said, “Yoga has a powerful role to play, as COVID-19 crisis is not limited to discovering the vaccine alone. Yoga techniques work on the vagus nerve, which runs from the brain to the abdomen to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) to relieve anxiety and relax. Certain basic yoga positions such as Pranayama and Sukhasana can help support, balance, and boost the immune system. If practiced properly, yoga can recharge your body, get rid of the toxins, negative energy, and keep your vital organs functioning well. An immunity strengthening pose, fish pose, or Matsyasana is an elevated pose which detoxifies you and boosts energy levels.


Healing and alternative therapies will have a huge role to play in resolving this global pandemic situation. Yoga has been used for centuries in keeping the body functioning fit and fine, holistically. However, the benefits of yoga are not just limited to stress relief and mental wellness. It can help you build resilience both inside and out. It can also help fight oxidative stress which poses a risk to the healthy cells. If done regularly, yoga reduces stress systemically in the body, which in turn, cuts down inflammation and degeneration.

We understand the threat of Coronavirus and the pressure of being isolated. We can understand your dilemma and can resonate with your fear. Yoga has a way out. Just keep calm and breathe on. Yoga helps positive energy flow into your body and promotes deep breathing, which alleviates stress hormone, smoothen the heart rate, and any nervous distress, all of which benefit immunity.”

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