Halasana (The plough pose)

The shape of this asana becomes lie a plough, so it is known a Halasana.

 
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Lie down on the back.
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Place the hands facing 4 to 6 inches away from the trunk, downwards by our side.
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The feet are kept together and straight.
   
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1.
While inhaling, raise the legs slowly to 90 degrees.
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Exhale with a slight pause.
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Then while inhaling again, raise the hips higher.
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Bring the legs over the head.
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Keep the legs straight.
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Now touch the toes to the ground. Breathe normally.
7.
Hold the pose for a while.
8.
Inhale and gradually bring down the waist.
9.
Bring the legs to 90 degrees. Then exhale.
10.
Inhaling, come down to the original position.
   
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  Those who suffer from high blood pressure, liver and spleen problems should not attempt this posture.
   
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  Being with thirty seconds. Increase up to five minutes, adding one minute per week.
   
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This practice strengthens the waist, neck and leg muscles.
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The backbone becomes elastic.
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It maintains the spine in its best condition..
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It removes excess fat on the abdomen and hips.
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It promotes a balance in the secretions of the thyroid and parathyroid.
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