Yoga integrates physical postures, breathing strategies and reflection to stabilize your body, mind and soul. According to MayoClinic.com, gentle stress-reducing exercises can offer relief from ear problems such as tinnitus and Meniere’s disease. Yoga presents that can help your stability include mountain present, tree posture, garland pose, neck rolls and and alternate nostril breathing.

Mountain Pose

Mountain pose provides the foundation for all other poses. Your body is still and steady and you are simply as grounded as you’re lifted. To do mountain present, stand with your feet a little apart and your arms unwinded at hands. Keep your belly pulled in, extend your spine and bring your chest forward. Lower your shoulders, lengthen your neck and draw your upper scheme slightly back. Distribute your weight uniformly in between both feet.

Tree Pose

Tree present helps you improve your sense of balance. Begin in the mountain present. Lift your right leg and turn your knee out. Place your ideal foot on the inside of your left shin or thigh. While balancing on your left foot, bring your hands together and raise your arms up. Hold for a couple of seconds, then lower your arms, turn your right knee forward and come back to mountain pose. Repeat on your left side.

Garland Pose

Garland present develops your sense of equilibrium. With your feet parallel and as wide as your yoga mat, crouch so your seat almost touches the floor. Use a blanket under your heels if they come off the ground. Bring your palms together in front of your chest and hold the posture for a few breaths.

Neck Rolls

Neck rolls assists increase your energy and enhance your hearing. Sit cross-legged on the floor or sit in a chair. Lengthen your spinal column and unwind your shoulders. Delicately drop your head forward and backward 5 times. Turn your go to the right, back to center and afterwards to the left and back to focus five times. Finally, glide your head forward and then bring it back. Repeat this motion 5 times.

Alternate Nostril Breathing

The alternate nostril breathing method relieves your nerves and helps you sleep much better. Practice while comfortably seated. Inhale and exhale naturally.

Use you right thumb to close your right nostril and inhale through your left nostril. Close your left nostril with your best ring finger and exhale through your best nostril. Inhale through your ideal nostril, close once again with your thumb and afterwards exhale through your left nostril. Repeat this cycle four more times.