The gall bladder stores bile which is secreted by the liver and assists in the digestion and absorption of fats and minerals. If there’s any disturbance in the composition of the bile, then this can cause inflammation that irritates the lining of the gall bladder, leading to stone formation. If you experience nausea, indigestion, constipation, gas, disturbed vision as well as anaemia, acne, dizziness and intolerance to fats, then you may need to do regular & appropriate exercises like yoga, meditation and get overcome disorder of gall bladder.
There are several yoga asana like pavanmukt asana, shalabhasana, dhanurasana,and bhujangasana that can tone up the liver and keep the gall bladder in good health.
Here are some yogic techniques which are very effective to overcome bladder disorder
Pavan mukt Asana –
Lie on your back. Take 5 to 10 deep breaths and relax .After that bend the right leg and lock your hands around it just below the knee .Take a deep breath, while exhaling, pull your knee towards your chest. Feel the buttocks and lower spine stretch. The thigh should touch the stomach .Hold this position for 5 seconds but do not hold the breath. Now straighten the leg inhaling at the same time and relax. Repeat it for the other leg. Do each leg ten times and do both legs together five times.
Target point- Lower back & abdomen become strong, digestive power is enhanced and gastric troubles are relieved.
Important point – Sometimes gastric troubles and intestinal disorders are the cause of backache.
Lie down on your stomach; rest your chin on your down turned hands. Your spine should be straight. Forehead should be relaxed. In this position now take a deep breath and inhaling raise your right leg straight as easily as you can .Hold it in this position holding the breath .Now bring the leg down, slowly exhaling at the same speed.
Repeat the same with the left leg. And after that do this with both legs. Repeat 10 times with each leg and 5 times with both legs.
This asana activates the blood circulation as well as the small and big intestine and some enzyme producing glands.
To strengthen lumbar region.
Coordination of disc and vertebrae.
To bring the navel in alignment.
While lifting the leg there should be a strain in the navel region .At this point keep inhaling slowly in tandem with the speed of the leg that is being lifted.
At that moment breath should feel normal .If you have an acute back problem then don’t do this exercise with both legs for some time.
Do not turn your neck sideways during exercise.
Repetition: repeat 10 times.
Dhanur Asana (Bow Pose)
Dhanur asana is derived from the word dhanu, which basically means Bow. In this asana, we have to stretch our body in the form of bow and arrow. It helps in strengthening our abdominal and lumbar parts.
technique:Lie down on your stomach on the flat floor. Let your body relax and take 2 or 3 deep breaths. Now fold both legs at the knee and taking both hands to the back of leg ,clutch your ankle joints; now raise upper and lower part of the body while exhaling. Hold this position for 5 seconds. Now with inhaling come back to the normal position.
target point: The whole strain should be felt on the middle stomach and lower back region.
check point: Those are suffering from peptic ulcer and intestinal problems should not do this exercise.
purpose: It helps in strengthening the middle part of stomach or navel, pancreas and the whole spine. It also increases sexual ability. Your abdomen and back muscles are strengthened through this position.
REPETITIONS: Repeat 3 to 4 times, after some time you can increase this with the help of an expert guru
Bhujang ASANA (Cobra Pose)
Lie on the stomach with your legs together or little apart. The chin should touch the ground, so should each palm be in front of each shoulder, the hands pressing down. As you inhale, slowly raise your upper portion of the body just like a snake .Hold this position for a second holding the breath and then slowly return to your original position and exhale breath.
Do not hold your breath for more than a second. Keep the elbow straight, roll the shoulders back, tilt the head back slightly and look up. Stay in this pose for 10 to 20 seconds. After you have practiced for several days and are able to do this comfortably you can increase the time for holding the pose.
You should be able to feel some stress on your spine, upper stomach and diaphragm.
Target muscle: upper stomach and hip muscles should be tightened while going up.
Result: It strengthens the lumbar region by increasing blood circulation, balancing our
digestion and excretion. This activates our liver and kidneys.
Diaphragm gets strengthened. It brings our breath into balance thus decreasing stress.
The pituitary gland secretions are regulated and problems related to menstruation and other gynaecological problems are cured. For slip disc patients this is the best remedy.
Repetition: Repeat 10 times.