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Health experts say that piles are a very dangerous disease which most people are troubled by at present. Let us tell you that this problem is also known as Piles and Hemorrhoids. The biggest reason for piles is unhealthy lifestyle and eating habits. If you want to get rid of this problem, then first of all you will have to change your lifestyle and eating habits. Apart from this, you can get relief from this problem to a great extent by including some yogasanas in your daily routine. Let us know about these yogasanas in detail through this article -

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* Malasana :

Let us tell you that the practice of Malasana is more beneficial for women. Doing this asana provides relief from the problem of constipation which causes the problem of piles. This asana not only works on your back, hip, and thighs but apart from these, it also keeps your entire digestive system healthy. If you do this asana regularly every day, you start getting relief from the problem of piles to a great extent.

* Pavanmuktasana:

Let us tell you that by practicing Pawanmuktasana, you get relief from stomach-related problems. Let us tell you that by doing this asana, the problem of gas in the stomach goes away. Apart from this, it easily reduces the tension of the muscles in your hip area. Do this asana at least three to five times. While doing this asana, due to pressure on the stomach, fat also starts reducing.

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* Sarvangasana :

Health experts say that regularly including Sarvangasana in the daily routine improves blood circulation in the body. Apart from this, doing this asana is beneficial for the area around the stomach and hip. It also helps in the easy circulation of digestive juices in the body. To get better results, this asana must be practiced at least 2 to 3 times for 10 seconds.

* Viparita Asana

By practicing Viparita Karni Asana, blood circulation increases from bottom to top i.e. towards the hip area. This increases blood circulation in the area, which provides relief to a great extent from the pain during bowel movements.