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Surya Namaskar Benefits For Men

Benefits Of Surya Namaskar

Surya Namaskar is a form of exercise consisting of 12 gracefully linked asanas.  Each pose flows on to the next, starting and ending with the Pranamasana. People from all walks of life find it extremely relaxing, both physically and mentally. The benefits are amazing for our health, allowing for increased energy levels with increased stamina. Surya Namaskar regularly relieves muscle stress, tension headaches, back pain, neck pain, and many other health issues. The sequence of poses is repeated several times to facilitate a flow state, calm the mind and energize the body in order to reduce distractions such as stress, anxiety, sadness, kitchen clutter, or other daily stress. 

Benefits of Surya namaskar for Men’s sexual health

  • Increases sexual stamina and makes you last longer. Thus it can also help in premature ejaculation 
  • Surya namaskar helps in increasing your senses which in turn will enhance your experience
  • It helps in improving sexual organs and also sexual desire due to increase blood circulation
  • Surya namaskar improves libido
  • While doing Surya namaskar, nerves in the pelvic girdle are constantly contracted and relaxed. This stimulates the nerves in the pelvic region enhancing the function of the sexual core.
  • It also stimulates sexual hormones such as testosterone which will increase sexual desire
  • Surya namaskar increases flexibility which benefits you by letting deeper penetration
  • Increased flexibility also means more room for experimenting with new positions
  • Bringing more excitement, spark, and spice to your sexual life
  • It relieves any tensions and stress, which are the major contributing factors for sexual disorders such as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation
  • It promotes weight loss. Obesity also a reason for few sexual disorders and lack of sexual desire. Thus Surya namaskar will increase your sexual desire and also make you active

Benefits of Surya Namaskar:

There are a plethora of benefits of Surya Namaskar.  Here are few Surya namaskar asana benefits that help you to improve overall health. 

  • Help in reducing belly fat due to asanas like Hasta Uttanasana (raised arm pose), Dandasana (plank pose), and Bhujanagasana (cobra pose)
  • Stimulates thyroid glands and induces hormone secretions

  • It improves blood circulation throughout the body, thus improves skin
  • Hair growth and glowing skin due to increased blood circulation
  • It prevents wrinkles by relieving stress
  • Surya namaskar integrates every body part, thus stimulating them and also shedding pounds around all the body parts
  • It strengthens the heart and improves cardiovascular functioning
  • Tones digestive tract by stimulating abdominal muscles and cures constipation
  • Stimulate lymphatic system thus improving immunity and also waste removal
  • Stimulates spinal nerves, which improves its functions such as motor, sensory, etc
  • Surya namaskar asanas involve the spine, shoulder, wrist, leg, neck, arms, and back muscles which improves flexibility and also releases stress from these muscles
  • It interconnects your body, breath, and mind thus increasing your awareness and brings calmness to your mind
  • It improves concentration and builds endurance to stress
  • Improves uterus and any menstrual disorders such as PCOS
  • Also stimulates kidney functioning and also to reduce any kidney-related ailments

How to do Surya Namaskar? / How to do Sun Salutation?

Even if you are a Surya Namaskar beginner or have been trying to Perfect the 12 asanas, you’ve come to the right place. Here is a simple guide to help you understand Surya Namaskar’s poses.

  • Step 1: Pranamasana (Prayer pose)

Stand straight on your yoga mat and keep your feet close to each other. Maintain a normal breath, lift your arms while bringing your palm together, in a prayer position.

  • Step 2: Hasta uttanasana (Raised arms pose)

Keep your palms joined and lift your arms above your head. Take a deep breath and arch backward. Hold your breath for 10-30 secs, depending on how long you can stay.

  • Step 3: Pada Hastasana ( Standing forward bend pose)

 Start exhaling while you bend forwards and down. Keep your knees straight ( bend a little if required), try to keep your palms on the ground, Face between your knees. Stay in the position for few seconds.

  • Step 4: Ashwa Sanchalanasana ( Equestrian or lunge pose)

Start inhaling, extend the left leg towards the back and bend your right knee up. Keep your palms on either side of your right foot and lift your spine while inhaling. Broaden your chest and look straight. Stay in the position for few seconds

  • Step 5: Dandasana ( Plank Pose)

Extend your right leg back while taking brath in. Keep your body straight and push your chest up, just like the plank position. Keep your arms perpendicular to the ground and stay in the position for few seconds. Focus on the abdominal core while you are in this position.

  • Step 6: Ashtanga Namaskara ( eight-limbed pose or caterpillar pose)

Gently drop your knees to the ground and exhale. Lift your hips and let your chest and chin touch the ground. Your two hands, two feet, two knees, chest, and chin (eight parts) should touch the ground. Keep your breath out in this position and stay in the position for few seconds.

  • Step 7: Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

Lower your hips and start inhaling while raising your chest until your spine is completely in an arch position. Keep your elbows a little bent and focus on the lower spine. Stay in the position for few seconds.

  • Step 8: Parvatasana (Mountain pose)

Start slowly exhaling, bring your right leg towards the back with your left leg, while also raising your buttocks and lowering your head towards your palms. Keep your heels flat on the ground as much as possible and let your calves muscles stretch. stay in the position for few seconds.

  • Step 9: Ashwa  Sanchalanasana (Lunge pose)

Start inhaling and extend your right leg towards the back and bend your left knee. Keep your palms on either side of your right foot and lift your spine while inhaling. Broaden your chest and look straight. Maintain the position for few seconds until you can.

  • Step 10: Pada Hastasana 

Bring your right leg forward, beside your left leg while exhaling. Repeating the same step as in step 3. Stay in the position for few seconds.

  • Step 11: Hasta uttanasana 

Stretch your arms backward while inhaling. This is the same step as in step 2. Maintain the position for few seconds and feel the stretch in your abdominal region.

  • Step 12: Pranamasana ( Prayer Pose)

Bring back your hands in front of your chest while slowly exhaling and stand straight, look forward. This a repeat of step 1.

Take Away 

Surya namaskar is a yoga sequence with proven health benefits for men. It is a complex sequence of asanas, which are the foundation for all physical fitness and yogic practices.

Surya namaskar is the precisely coordinated manner that develops the essential body structure, enhances flexibility, enhances strength, and improves balance, agility, and coordination.

Based on traditional sun salutation, this is a combination of strength training and stretching in a precisely coordinated manner that will develop the essential body structure, enhance flexibility. It increases the flow (patience, calm, and concentration) and harmony (compassion, joy, and peace) within you making you more efficient in dealing with stressful situations.

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