Yoga for Paralysis
Activate Dead Blood Cells and Dead Parts of the Body with Therapeutic Iyengar Yoga & Meditation
Therapeutic Yoga for Paralysis
Some common yoga for paralysis which can be performed by paralyzed patients are:
1. Supta Baddha Konasana
This asana increases the oxygen level in the body, improves the blood circulation in the paralyzed part of the body and recover the damaged cells.
2. Utthita Trikonasana
This yoga for paralysis is practiced with support improves the blood circulation in legs and increases the chances of paralyzed part recovery.
This asana stimulates the brain and lets the blood flows in all parts of the body which increases the chance of recovery.
This asana increases the blood circulation in the body due to anti-gravitational force which in turn recovers the damaged cells because this is the hanging asana. This yoga for paralysis also opens the blockage in nerves.
5. Supta Padangusthasana
This asana increases the blood circulation in the whole body, especially in the legs.
This asana activates the neurons and improves the blood circulation, in turn, activates the dead cells and dead parts of the body.
7. Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
This yoga for paralysis also improves the blood circulation to activate the dead cells and dead parts of the body.
8. Ujjayi Pranayama
This pranayama increases the oxygen level in the body. This yoga for paralysis will reduce the dizziness sensation and strengthen the memory and recover dead cells.
- During the treatment, all the asanas will be performed with the help of props.
- Patients will be treated by trained yoga teachers under the guidance of Yogacharya Rajveer Singh Chauhan.
- The sequence and difficulty level of asanas may vary according to the condition of patients and their respective medical conditions.
- Every person will be advised to perform asanas based on their current health, age and their present capacity to perform asanas.
Paralysis is the loss of muscle function in one or more parts of your body. In paralysis, there is a loss of feeling in the affected body part. Paralysis can affect one or more part of the body and could be temporary and permanent depending on individual health. It can occur at any age and the patient doesn’t feel any pain in the affected area due to muscle loss.
A lot of improvement can be seen in the treatment process if the disease is diagnosed early.
Paralysis can result from many factors, some of the common causes of paralysis are:
- Paralysis at the time of birth.
- Paralysis due to an accident.
- Spinal cord injury
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cerebral palsy
- Brain injury
- Post-polio syndrome
- Birth defects which could result in paralysis in future
- Congenital syphilis
- Certain medicines
- Parkinson’s disease
- Certain medications
A person suffering from paralysis can be easily identified by identifying some signs and symptoms. Some common signs and symptoms of paralysis are:
- Loss of function in one or more parts of the body which makes that part almost useless.
- A tingling and numbing sensation in the body.
- Unable to control muscles in the affected body parts.
- Stiffness in the affected body part.
- Change in personality (mood and behavior).
- Memory problems
- Dropping saliva uncontrollably from the mouth.