Can You Lose Weight With Yoga

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Can you lose weight with yoga

 

 

Yoga is an exercise that stimulates and fulfills an individual emotionally, spiritually, mentally, as well as physically. When people feel fulfilled on all these levels, their sense of self-worth is increased. As a result, there is a less need to abuse their body by overeating. So, can you lose weight with yoga?

Yoga is a complex approach to good health and overall well-being. It uses simple methods to connect body with mind and spirit. It is not just about postures, and includes practicing proper breathing and meditation too. It is generally considered to be a form of exercise and is therefore connected to weight loss and better health. And if you practice yoga regularly, it can lead to weight loss/inch loss, and this is just one of the many benefits of yoga. The main function of yoga is to calm the mind while stretching the body, but it is also a spiritual exercise that affects our cognition and emotions in a positive way.

 

Can You Lose Weight With Yoga

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The movements in yoga help connect to your emotional cells and body’s hunger. Most weight gain is not just a matter of how many calories you take in and how many calories you burn. Most of the times, weight gain is a symptom of hidden causes/illnesses. By practicing yoga under the guidance of a certified yoga trainer the underlying causes can be dealt with effectively, and then, can you lose weight with yoga? Yes!

Here are 4 ways yoga helps you lose weight:

1. Activates the thyroid gland.

Our metabolism is regulated by a hormone secreted by the thyroid gland. One of the most important things behind weight loss is a good metabolism. If our thyroid is active, we have a good metabolic rate and our body burns a lot of fat. Many of us who have experienced sudden weight gain actually suffer from ‘hypothyroidism’. There are few postures which your yoga teacher will teach you, which will help you cure your thyroid problem with time, once and for all!

2. Activates the internal body heat.

You may have heard about the term ‘hot yoga’ and that it is the best way to lose weight. However, this is not true. Ancient yogis never ever heated their hermitage or caves in the mountains of Himalayas. They generated internal heat in the body while creating nerve tension. This is the correct way to do it and the body feels warm naturally. Discuss the postures that help create heat within your body which will help burn the fat, and make sure you stay away from the so called ‘hot yoga’.

3. Increases your heart rate.

Jogging, running, swimming and all other cardio exercises can get your heart rate up, and so can yoga! A research shows that it is a misconception that yoga cannot increase your heart rate and make you lose weight. Yoga can exhaust your nervous system with regular interval of fast and slow heart rate which is proven to be better for weigh loss. Asanas such as ‘Surya Namaskar’ will have your heart rate at an optimum level, without the jarring, tiring effects your body feels post jogging.

4. Cleanses the colon

Yoga helps unclog the waste in your body. People who eat a lot of non-vegetarian food already suffer from constipation. Yoga helps improve your digestion and cleanses the colon.

Therefore, can you lose weight with yoga? Yes you can! If you practice yoga daily, correctly and regularly, in combination with a healthy diet and under the guidance of a good yoga teacher – You Can.

 

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