What is Diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that happens when your glucose (blood glucose), is excessively high. Blood glucose is your fundamental energy of vitality and comes from the food you eat. Insulin (hormone) made by the pancreas, enables glucose from nourishment to get into your cells to be utilized for vitality. At times your body doesn’t produce enough—or any—insulin or doesn’t use insulin well. Glucose at that point remains in your blood and doesn’t reach towards cells.

After a time, having an excessive amount of glucose in your blood can cause medical issues. Although diabetes has no Cure, you can find a way to deal with your diabetes and remain solid by doing Yoga for Diabetes. Here are some Yoga Poses to Cure Diabetes.

Effective Asana for Diabetes

  1. Ardha Matsyendrasana or Matsyendrasana
  • Seated position with your legs straight out.
  • Curve your knees, put your feet on the floor and afterward slide your left foot under your right leg.
  • Put the right foot over the left leg and stand it on the floor outside your left hip.
  • Press right hand against the floor simply behind your right butt, and set your left upper arm outwardly of your right thigh close to the knee.
  • You need to breathe out and turn towards the internal side of your correct thigh.
  • Stay in this situation for around 30 seconds and then release. now, same with another leg also.


  1. Dhanurashana(Bow Pose)
  • Come to the prone position (on belly) with your hands by the side of your body.
  • Bend your knees, attempt to hold your lower legs or ankles by the hands.
  • Breathe in, lift your chest over the ground retaining your legs up and back.
  • Remain in this posture by focusing on your breath. Your body currently looks like a bow. Following 20 seconds breathe out and come to the ordinary state.


  1. Halasana (Plough Pose)
  • Come to supine position (on the back) with putting hands beside to you.
  • Breathe in; utilize your stomach muscles to raise your legs vertically at a 90-degree point.
  • Keep breathing ordinarily and support your hips and back with your hands, lift them over the ground. At that point bring your legs at a 180-degree edge over your head and let your toes to contact the floor.
  • As of now, your back should be opposite to the ground.
  • After a moment go to your ordinary state and be aware from jerking your body, when you bring the legs down.


  1. Supta Matsyendrasana (Lying-down body twist)
  • Come in the supine position (on the back), lift your hands according to your shoulder level and palms on the floor for more support.
  • Knees and feet are closer and give support to your spine.
  • Inhale, raise your feet above your knees and exhale, and place your legs towards the left side.
  • Breathe slowly and deeply by turning your head to the opposite side.
  • Stay there for a minute and then do the same with another side also.


  1. Paschimottanasana(Seated Forward bend)
  • Seated with the legs stretch out, keeping the spine erect and toes flexed toward you.
  • Inhale, raise the two arms over your head and stretch up.
  • Exhale, twist forward from the hip joints, Keep the spine erect and focusing on moving towards the toes, not down towards the knees.
  • Put your hands on your legs, if you can grab your toes and push your body towards your toes.
  • Inhale, head up and lengthen your spine.
  • Exhale; slowly move the navel towards the knees.
  • Drop your head down and inhale deeply for 20-60 seconds.