6 Best Yoga Poses to Relieve Bloating




Bloating sucks. Isn’t it? Due to many reasons like poor digestion, overeating or imbalanced hormones, bloating occurs. With yoga, you can get rid of it as yoga not only is beneficial for your body but also provides enough energy.
As you try out these below mentioned yoga poses, you will see a great improvement in your body. It will banish bloating making you fresh and energetic all day long. Breaking the blockages is tough and yoga helps just with that..

Legs Up the Wall Pose

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This pose keeps the body energetic as well activate the digestive and immune system pretty well.

How to Perform:

  • Lift your legs up in the air and adjust your bottom next to a well as much as you can.
  • Release your torso on the yoga mat
  • Hold for a few minutes
  • Breathe deeply

[ Read: Yoga Poses to Improve Digestive System ]




Knees to Chest Pose

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For digestive problems, this knee to chest position works really brilliant.

How to Perform:

  • Draw your knees toward your chest and nose toward your chest.
  • Keep your head on the ground and breathe fully.
  • Go for a four count inhale and eight count exhale.
  • You have to do five breath cycles.

[ Read: Yoga Poses for Healthy Gut ]




Reclined Bound Angle Pose

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Reclined bound angle pose opens your body completely if you do it right.

How to Perform:

  • Open your arms wide
  • Breathe deeply into the abdomen
  • Let the energy flow throughout your body
  • Inhale and you will feel your belly rising
  • Now exhale and let the belly to draw to spine

[ Read: Yoga Poses for Irritable Bowel Syndrome ]




Child’s Pose

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The child pose puts a gentle pressure against your abdomen so as to move energy throughout the body and release blockage.

How to Perform:

  • Go into kneeling pose
  • Put your chest under the thighs and place the arms beside your body
  • Bend forward and try touching your forehead to the ground
  • Hold the pose for 10-15 seconds

[ Read: Yoga Poses to Relieve Acid Reflux ]




Halsana (Plow Pose)

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Plow pose, known as halasana, relieves trapped gas thus making it easy to get rid of constipation. Moreover, the abdominal muscles get stretched in this pose.

How to Perform:

  • Lay flat on your back
  • Lift the legs and hips up moving them slowing onto your shoulder blades.
  • Kick your feet up and over past the head and bend the knees, if required.
  • Place the hands on the lower back for added support and hold the position for 20-25 seconds.

[ Read: Yoga Poses to Cure Endometriosis ]




Supine Spinal Twist Pose (Supta Matsyendrasana)

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To soothe the stomach, supine spinal twist pose is one of its kinds yoga poses. While it provides quick relief from bloating, it also works on your digestion process.

How to Perform:

  • Lie down on the floor
  • Bend your knees and move them close to your chest using both your hands.
  • Exhale and drop the right leg to the right with right hand slowly pushing it.
  • Stretch the arm out and move the head to the left.
  • Hold for 8-10 breaths.
  • Bring your hands and knees back to the centre as you inhale.
  • Repeat the steps with the other leg

Try out these yoga poses to get rid of bloating! Always make sure to use a mat or blanket while doing yoga as it gives more support to your body and avoid slippage that can cause injury. Bloating can be due to several reasons as talked above but if it persists, you should immediately contact your doctor.

In most of the cases, bloating is temporary so make sure not to overlook it in any situation. Pay proper attention to your body and take right steps for the cure.

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Written by: Manasa Hegde

Manasa Hegde is a writer for Beautyepic.com and Few other websites. She has been writing contents on fashion, Travelling, healthy Foods & Home DIY. Also, She is a mother of two little girls.Most of the time she spends on her family and profession.

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