4 Yoga Poses That Can Combat Tuberculosis(2023)

Yoga postures that can help combat tuberculosis

1. Padahastasana

Formation of the posture

* Start in the tadasana position.
* As you exhale begin to fold forward, bringing your fingertips or palms on the floor depending on your flexibility.

2. Paschimottanasana (seated forward bend)

Formation of the posture

* Sit with both legs stretched out forward.
* As you inhale, begin to lift your arms up.
* While exhaling, start to bring your upper body on your lower body.

3. Chakrasana (wheel pose)

Formation of the posture

* Lie down completely on your backside, and fold both legs.
* Reverse your palms to place them under your ears or shoulders.
* With a deep inhalation, lift up your body forming the shape of an arch.
* If you can, straighten your arms. Keep the neck relaxed.

With the wheel pose, you can control tuberculosis. 

4. Vajrasana

Formation of the posture

* Slowly get down on your knees, into a kneeling stance.
* Keep both heels close together, while placing your toes next to each other.
* Do not place the toes on top of the other.
* Put your palms on the knees or thighs. Straighten out the back.

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