The uterus and pelvic muscles can become weak for a number of factors, the most typical which are maternity and prolapsed uterus. Yoga Journal states that a prolapsed uterus happens when there’s ‘a weakness to the cardinal and uterosacral ligaments intricate.’ In shorts, when the muscles and ligaments that support the uterus ended up being weak the uterus starts to move downward. Relying on the extent of the circumstance, numerous yoga poses can assist you to restore strength in the location of the uterus and enhance your condition.

Boat Pose

Boat position, or in Sanskrit navasana, boosts the pelvis, abdomen, hip flexors and spinal column while stimulating the kidneys, intestines and thyroid gland. Boat position is also useful to improving food digestion and relieving anxiety. Yogawiz.com instructs to start by sitting on the floor. Engage your abdominals and raise both legs off of the floor. Depending upon your strength, you could’ve your legs directly or your knees bent. In either case, press your knees and thighs together for support. Raise your upper body so that your body is in a V-shape. Make sure your shoulders are sliding down your back and your chest is open. You may have your hands on the floor for support, or directly out in front of you at shoulder height. Hold the position for five breathes or as long as you’re able.

Uddiyana Bandha

Uddiyana bandha is a yoga breathing exercise that enhances the stomach and pelvic locations. It’s most convenient to perform uddiyana bandha while standing. Yogawiz.com instructs to exhale totally through your mouth, and while doing so, agreement your stomach area inward and upward. Yogawiz.com explains that your uterus will be consisted of in this tightening. Without breathing in, hold this position for as long as feels comfortable, but not so long that you become dizzy or need to gasp for air. When you’re ready, slowly launch the tightening as you steadily breathe air in through your nose. Try to complete 3 to five rounds.

Salamba Sirsasana

Yoga Journal reports that supported headstand, or in Sanskrit salamba sirsasana, can enhance the abdominal and pelvis area and, as they state, ‘held in correct positioning can assist the organs move back into their correct placement.’ If you’re performing this inversion for the very first time you need to do so under the watchful eye of a licensed yoga instructor. Yoga Journal instructs to begin by kneeling on the floor. Very carefully lean over and lightly position the crown of your head on the floor in front of you. Clasp your hands together and put them on the back of your head, with your forearms on the ground and your elbows shoulder-width apart. Straighten your legs so that you’re in an inverted V position. Keep your arms pushing into the floor the entire time to take the weight off of your head. Lift both legs off of the floor at the exact same time, and utilizing your abdominals, raise your heels to the ceiling. Hold for as long as you’re comfy.