Studies after studies have confirmed and reiterate the role of yoga and diabetic herbal tea to activate the pancreas and keep blood sugar under control. A study published in the journal, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine say that regular yoga practice led to short term improvements in fasting glucose and cholesterol levels. So, here are a few yoga poses to trigger pancreas and lower blood sugar level.
Pranayam involves breathing in deeply and exhaling out and this oxygenates blood and improves blood circulation.
Balasana is a stress buster and fondly called as the child’s pose. It is also helps for lower back pain that you may experience from long hours of sitting.
This yoga pose is considered to relieve stress and fatigue, menstrual pain and constipation. This is said to strengthen your back and spine.
Performing these asanas and sticking to a strict diet plan helps diabetes control.
*Disclaimer: The results may vary from person to person, depending on age, sex, body weight and a lot of other factors.*