Mandukasana yoga (Frog pose)

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One of the best yoga poses to treat diabetes and stomach disorder. The final pose looks like a sitting frog(manduka) that’s why it's called frog pose yoga or mandukasana yoga.

Steps of Mandukasana yoga (Frog pose)

Relax in Dandasana pose then change your position into Vajrasana.
For vajrasana, you sit on your ankles, your toes must be touching each other like in the image. Your back and neck should be straight and your hand on your thighs.
After sitting in Vajrasana pose, put your left fist two inches left from naval and put your right fist two inches right from naval. Palm facing down. For fist, first, fold your thumb and then cover it from four fingers tightly.
Now take a deep breath. Then while exhaling bend forward your forehead should touch the ground.
Hold your breath and maintain this position for as long as you can.
Make sure your buttocks touch your ankle, don't lift it.
Try to touch the ground from your elbows.
Now while inhaling, come to the starting pose of Vajrasana.
Repeat the same 5 times daily for a better result.

Benefits Mandukasana yoga (Frog pose)

Stimulates pancreas to produce insulin hormones.
Effective to control high blood sugar.
Reduce tummy fat.
Burns extra fat from thighs, stomach, and hips.
Improve the working of internal organs like the liver, kidney, intestines, and gallbladder.
Helpful in constipation problems.
Relief from unwanted gases.
Strengthen your back muscles.

Precautions of Mandukasana yoga (Frog pose)

Those who have cervical, spondylitis, migraine, knee pain, and headache, should not practice.
Should not practice in pregnancy.