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Get that glow on your face!

Who doesn’t want a perfect glowing and smooth skin? If you want this glow on your face forever, come let me show you how!! It takes only thirty minutes everyday!
The glow on your skin is a reflection of your good health. Your skin speaks volumes about your health. If you are a healthy person but emotionally unsatisfied or stressed out about something it will reflect badly on your skin and vice versa. To have healthy skin you would need to balance both your physical health as well as your mental health.

What happens to your face through the ageing process and through stress and tension?

Your face has 57 muscles that have specific purposes. Similar to the muscles in your body, these muscles can become tensed when you have stressful times in your life resulting in wrinkles.
It is very easy to get healthy skin and hair. You just need to take care of some very simple and basic day to day things to achieve it and maintain the same.
Yoga gives your skin a healthy glow by balancing your hormones and boosting the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your skin. This keeps your skin resilient and prevents dryness and excessive sagging. Yoga also tones the muscles of your face and neck. These poses target your facial skin.
Follow the below mentioned routine for healthy flawless, glowing skin:

 Practice Dhyana or meditation for some time. Start with 10 to 15 minutes and then gradually extend the time. Use some music that is specially meant for meditation. This will greatly help to eliminate stress and tension, will boost your concentration, alertness and make you more calm and peaceful.

For your physical health after you finish meditation you can start with postures.

Please note that those with high blood pressure, pregnant women and heart patients should not do these.

Each of these yogic techniques bring a rich  blood flow and oxygen supply to your face which is very essential for it to glow! Try them everyday and see how your face starts glowing!

Kapol shakti vikasak

For toning the facial muscles

  • Sit straight on the heels.
  • Take a deep breath through your nose.
  • Exhale completely through your mouth.
  • Close both the nostrils with your thumbs and all the fingers pointing outward and joined together.
  • Inhale deeply through your mouth and puff up you cheeks.
  • Hold your breath and put your chin against the chest. Now hold as long as you can.
  • Keep repeating this practice atleast 10 – 15 times.

 

Moordhasana
Brings lot of blood flow to the face

  • Stand erect with your feet maximum apart.
  • Interlock your fingers on the lower back.
  • Inhale stretch your arms backwards and squeeze your shoulder blades.
  • Bend forward from the waist and stretch your arms over the head.
  • Maintain this pose up to 1 minute.
  • Raise the head and return to the erect position.
  • After a short rest, repeat 2 or 3 times.

Viparitakarani kriya

You can do this if you find headstand difficult to do

  • Lie down on your back on the mat.
  • Raise the legs to 90 degree, keeping the knees straight.
  • Raise the hips and the trunk off the ground by supporting the body with the hands at the waist.
  • Keep the elbows as closer to each other as possible.
  • Close the eyes and feel comfortable.
  • Hold it as long as possible with normal breath.

Sirsasana (Head Stand)

This is the king of postures. If you do only this one posture there will always be a glow on your face.

  • Place the forearms on the mat in front of you with the fingers interlocked and the elbows in front of the knees.
  • Place the crown of the head on the mat in between the interlocked hands.
  • Slowly raise the hips and lift the knees off the ground and straighten the legs, keeping the toes on the floor.
  • Transfer the body weight slowly from the toes on to the head and arms, maintaining a steady balance.
  • Lift the feet off the ground, carefully balance on the head and the arms.
  • Bending the knees, gradually raise the calves in a controlled movement.
  • Slowly straighten the knees until the legs are in line with the trunk.
  • Now your whole body is straight in one line, relaxed and maintains the balance.
    Return with the steps and   control on each movement.
  • Hold this posture for 30 seconds with normal breathing.

 Kapalbhatti Kriya
This purifies the lungs

  • Kapal means forehead and bhatti means light. So if you do this kriya regularly it brings a glow to the face.
  • It’s a purification technique to clean the naadi’s and also calms the mind. It opens up all the blockages from the lungs and also strengthens the nervous system and tones the digestive organs.
  • Sit in any comfortable posture with back and neck straight in chin mudra and eyes closed.
  • Exhale through nostrils forcefully, while exhaling push you abdominal in forcefully.
  • Inhale naturally.
  • Repeat this kriya for 5 mins. For better results you can do it 10 mins also.  

Kunjal kriya

This removes impurities from your digestive system

  • Empty stomach drink one and a half liters of lukewarm water with the mixed one teaspoon salt as quickly as you can until you fell like vomiting it out.
  • Stand with feet shoulder width apart.
  • Bend  the trunk forward  of about 80 degrees to the body.
  • Now with the help of middle and ring fingers of right hand, open your mouth and tickle the back of the throat to vomit out all the water.
  • Repeat the process of tickling the throat until no more water comes out.
  • Do this kriya every alternative day for better results.

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There are a few do’s and don’ts about your eating habits that you need to keep in mind while practicing yoga that are listed below:

  • Eat your food in a calm and pleasant atmosphere. Do not read, watch television or talk while eating. Pay attention to what you are eating, feel the texture and taste of the food and enjoy the flavor. Chew your food thoroughly before you swallow it, do not gulp your food fast and half chewed, as it will cause indigestion.
  • Eat freshly cooked food preferably that is made at home. Consume fresh dark green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits, milk, sprouts, whole grain cereals, curd, buttermilk, etc.
  • Completely avoid eating over processed and refined junk foods that are loaded with oil and spice. They increase the free radicals in your body that are very bad for your skin health.

You can also apply any of the following face packs
Mash banana and mix it with 1-2 spoons of honey. Apply it on your face for 15-20 min..

Mix Turmeric powder with curd.. Apply it on your face for 15-20 min...

Mash tomato and apply it on your face for 15-20 min...

Daily apply one of these on your face