The problems related to infertility vary from a low sperm count in men to a hormonal imbalance in women. In addition, stress at work can influence the production of very low sexual resistance.
The yoga postures dedicated to cure these problems try to refresh the mind and stimulate the reproductive parts of the body. These well-established postures increase blood circulation, contribute to the repair of the body and activate the production of hormones.
Let’s see some of these positions now.
Supported head support
This posture can be done by someone with an intermediate skill level. If you are a beginner, start with t against the wall so that you put less pressure on the head and shoulders. Beginners should not try to maintain posture for more than a few seconds.
- Begin in the child’s posture (for those of you who do not know what the child’s posture is, see below).
- Keep your forearms on the floor and put your hands together, with your head between your palms.
- Inhale and lift the legs off the floor, closer to your head.
- Exhale and pull your legs up, get up and put your thighs in action.
- Stretch your legs up to the maximum, your toes pointing and do not bend your knee.
- Keep it pressed for 10 seconds, even less if you can not stand it.
- Bend your legs down and finish with the child’s posture.
I suggest you put a cloth under to protect your neck.
- Lying in a supine position, gently bend your knees and rest your feet on the floor with your heels stuck together.
- Exhale and exert pressure on your hands and knees, lift your buttocks off the floor. Your inner thighs should be
- parallel and the pressure of the body should be concentrated on the shoulders.
- Push the knees forward and extend them so that they lie directly on the heels.
- Pressing your back, try to lift your chest towards the chin.
- Continue the pose for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Exhale and slowly lower your torso back to the ground.
Try these postures to rejuvenate the body:
A very basic posture helps the body release tension. It also stretches the shoulders and improves the rhythm of breathing.
- Sit on your knees, with your arms at your sides.
- Take a deep breath and as you exhale, bend your body forward over your knees with your chest touching your thighs.
- Touch the floor with your forehead and keep your hands along the back of the body on the side.
- Continue breathing rhythmically filling your chest with air.
- Release the posture when you feel the tension drain.
Linked angle position
- Sit on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you. Then exhale and bend the knees with the heels towards the pelvis. Lower the knees to the sides with the soles of the feet in contact.
- The heels should come as close as possible to the pelvis. Then, with your fingers, grasp each of the toes while keeping the outer edge of the plants firmly on the ground.
- Adjust your position so that the pubis and coccyx on the front and back, respectively, are aligned equidistant from the floor. Then, the perineum will be parallel to the floor and pelvis in a neutral position. Stretch the upper torso and hold the shoulder blades firmly.
- Continue this position for 1 to 5 minutes. After that, exhale and extend your legs to the original sitting position.
Activates and relaxes the abdominal muscles and reproductive areas.
Although you will need a lot of patience to do this, the rewards outnumber the effort in the form of stimulation of the abdomen and spine, extended stretching of the hips, knees and ankles and a greater sense of clarity.
- Start with the sitting position with your legs stretched forward.
- Then slowly raise the right leg, bending the hip, not the knee.
- Place your right foot slightly on the curve of your left arm and your right knee on the curve of your right arm.
- Relax for a while.
- Slowly place the right foot on the left thigh with the right knee touching the ground.
- Repeat the sequence with the left leg.
- Work the tips of your fingers to simulate the jnana mudra as shown in the image.