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5 Anti-Inflammatory Yoga Poses

Do these poses to find natural relief from chronic inflammation.

If you suffer from chronic inflammation, you’re not alone. It can cause unbearable pain and discomfort and it can be difficult to find relief. Even more alarming is the fact that chronic inflammation can cause permanent damage to the body if left untreated.

The following yoga poses can help to detoxify the body, aid in digestion, and relieve stress to naturally reduce your chronic inflammation. Try them out and soon you can get back to worrying less about your discomfort and focus more on enjoying your life!

By Michelle Stanger


Child’s Pose


Child’s Pose is a restorative, mild inversion that allows your head to drop below your hips. It naturally relieves stress, anxiety, and fatigue while stretching your back, ankles, and hips.


Supine Twist


Yoga twists wring out all the negativity and pain from your body. They gently massage your organs and encourage new blood flow to them. Supine Twist is a fantastic, gentle twist to generate flexibility in your spine and reduce chronic inflammation.


Half Lord of the Fishes Pose


Half Lord of the Fishes Pose is a slightly deeper twist that continues to reduce chronic inflammation, detox your digestive system, and cleanse your organs.


Triangle Pose


Triangle Pose helps you develop flexibility in your hamstrings while toning your legs and core. When practiced often and in alignment, this pose helps to reduce stress and increase your stability.


Bridge Pose


Bridge Pose offers a gentle stretch to your chest, neck, spine and hips. While helping to relieve chronic inflammation by improving blood circulation, it can also help to reduce anxiety and mild depression.


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