Healthy Mom, Mindful Pregnancy Yoga Poses for Hyperthyroidism – The Simple Way To Overcome Thyroid Imbalance Yoga Poses for Hyperthyroidism – The Simple Way To Overcome Thyroid Imbalance We have already seen the carious yoga poses for hypothyroidism, here are yoga poses for hyperthyroidism – the excess secretion of thyroxine by thyroid hormone. Thyroid Hormone as we know is that small butterfly which controls your overall body functioning. It is thus important to maintain a balance in Thyroid function, which can be done with some easy yoga poses and diet control. Sethubandasana (Bridge Pose) This asana has been found to be very useful for hyperthyroid patients. If the posture becomes a fully formed bridge, the neck is stretched to the maximum possible extent, thus, helping in rectifying the symptoms caused by hyperthyroid. Marjariasana (Cat Stretch) This is beneficial for both hypo and hyperthyroidism. Yoga for Hyperthyroidism Shishu Asana (Child Pose) Shishu asana which is like that of a child’s resting pose helps in relaxation mainly to the spine and helps in calming down the nervous system. It also relaxes the thyroid gland and thus, is good for hyperthyroid patients. Shavasana (Corpse Pose) Shavasana looks like the pose of dead body and helps in rectifying the thyroid imbalance. Surya Namaskar (Salutation to the Sun) in a slow pace The soothing effect that comes out of dong a slow-paced surya namaskar helps in dealing with hyperthyroidism. You need to bring your extra secretion down and hence the slow pace is works best. Conclusion In addition to the yoga postures, certain breathing techniques can be done to reduce thyroid symptoms. While Kapal Bhati and Nadi Shudhi are helpful for people with hypothyroidism, Ujjayi, Bhramari, cooling techniques like Sheetali and Nadi Shudhi are useful in alleviating hyperthyroid symptoms. While all these act as an alternative to treat thyroid problems, proper medication is required to treat thyroid problems. Medications with alternate therapies like Yoga help in treating the symptoms. Do not hesitate to visit the doctor if you suspect thyroid problems. Related Posts:Seriously Concerning Truths About Thyroid Imbalance…Did You Know A Butterfly Controls Your BodyMindful Walking – An Easy Way To Get Rid Of…Top 7 Yoga For Thyroid – Poses for HypothyroidismShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Menaka Bharathi is a Mindful Parenting Consultant and an Organic food Producer. She markets Indian Superfoods throug SIM Organics which taken in small quantities would help to maintain the health of the family and boost resistance against diseases. 08/02/2017 by menaka bharathi | 11 Comments 11 Comments on Yoga Poses for Hyperthyroidism – The Simple Way To Overcome Thyroid Imbalance Yoga is actually the best of exercises both for physical and mental wellbeing Yoga has great significance in treating of thyroid disorder. The various stretching, twisting and compressing yoga asanas massage the thyroid gland and instruct it to release thyroxin thereby helps in body metabolism. Thanks Nadaan! This post is to be shared with Roms again. Yoga has great significance in treating of thyroid disorder. The various stretching, twisting and compressing yoga asanas massage the thyroid gland and instruct it to release thyroxin thereby helps in body metabolism. I have learned this and will research more on them as I know my mom is facing issues with thyroid . Good post Thanks a ton Rajlakshmi! I am exactly going to do that So many yoga techniques are helpful in making us lead a healthy life. Thanks for sharing them. Yes! SOnali, thyroid seems to create a lot of problems even to young children True Amy! It is so scientific and makes me wonder why we have ignored Yoga for such a long time Hypothyroidism is so common these days..these yoga positions not only help in overcoming hypothyroidism, it also helps in toning the body. thanks for sharing. Nice to know that this ancient science has so much of use. Will share it with people facing hyperthyroidism Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.