with actress Alia Bhatt’s yoga trainer Anshuka Parwani, yoga can offer a solution to almost every health problem – even vertigo. (Photo credit: Anshuka Parwani/Instagram)

New Delhi: Vertigo may appear uncommon, but in truth, it affects more people than we know. It is a sensation of the environment revolving or moving around which may make one lose balance – it may often be triggered by the rapid movement of the head and could be internal or external. In most cases, it is a mild sensation and may go unnoticed. However, in extreme cases, it can intense and may affect daily life functions – one may experience loss of hearing and may feel the need to vomit as well. Fret not, with actress Alia Bhatt’s yoga trainer Anshuka Parwani, yoga can offer a solution to almost every health problem – vertigo included.

Anshuka Parwani, celebrity yoga and wellness coach, also associates her name with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Ananya Panday, and Rakul Preet Singh and continues to motivate her fans to join the fray and move to a healthier lifestyle. In a recent video, she demonstrated a few asanas that could help combat vertigo naturally by re-establishing balance and focus ad improving blood and oxygen supply to the brain and body.

“Are you suffering from vertigo? Vertigo is a sensation or feeling that you or the world around is spinning or moving. Certain Yoga poses can actually help to counter the vertigo effect, by helping you regain balance and focus. They also help to increase blood circulation and supply of oxygen to the body and brain. So, next time your world is spinning, try out these poses to stand steady on your feet again,” she wrote and demonstrated the following poses.

  1. Paschimottanasana
  2. Ustrasana
  3. Halasana
  4. Viparita Karani
  5. Balasana

How does yoga help with vertigo?

Anshuka Parwani’s anti-vertigo routine had several benefits to offer, such as:

  1. Stretching the spine, abdomen, chest, hamstrings and shoulders
  2. Stimulating the kidneys, ovaries, liver and uterus
  3. Alleviating back pain
  4. Toning back muscles
  5. Treating digestive distress, migraine
  6. Managing hypertension
  7. Reducing stress and tension in the shoulders and hands.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.

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