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Yoga To Improve Digestion

Foods, illnesses, lack of exercise and sleep can cause a number of digestive problems such as heartburn/GERD, IBD, and IBS. These problems lead to constipation, diarrhea, gas, stomach pain, and stomach cramps.

In addition to medication, some lifestyle changes such as increasing your fiber intake to culture healthy gut bacteria and yoga can improve your digestion. Try these recipes for great source of proteins and fiber, and read on for the yoga poses that you will need to ease your stomach pain.

With a combination of deep breathing, stretches that target abdominal organs, and twists that massage and wring out stuck intestinal toxins, this sequence relieves a wide range of digestive discomfort (think: gas, bloating, constipation). And the best part? With better digestion comes more energy…

…Breathing deeply in these poses will massage your organs as you alternately compress and lengthen the intestines, bringing fresh blood to the epithelial cells, which are responsible for healthy gut function.

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Try the follow gentle poses by SarahBethYoga when you’re feeling bloated, gassy or your Ulcerative Colitis, IBD or IBS is flaring up.

Top yoga poses to improve digestion, reduce and prevent bloating, and help with elimination. Use them daily for a strong and healthy digestive tract or as needed when you’re feeling really sluggish and blocked up. Great for Ulcerative Colitis, IBD, IBS, Constipation, Gas & Bloating

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Try these 3 easy yoga poses to quickly relieve bloating and induce a smooth digestion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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