Do you remember the last time you could seriously concentrate on something? Maybe some months ago, right? Majority of the people are constantly thinking about something else while also working on a particular thing, and this invariable thinking just does not let us concentrate on the same thing at one particular time. And if you’re on the outlook for this problem, well your only solution is yoga. Yoga is extremely beneficial for improving concentration.
Doing yoga regularly calms down the mind and keeps the distractive thoughts at distance. Yoga minimises the fluctuating mind and also flushes out the emotional mess in the head, eventually helping you concentrate better.
If you already practise yoga, include these asanas in your daily routine. You will definitely notice the change within you in a few days.
Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
This asana can be done at any time of the day. It helps in improving the posture and also helps in strengthening the legs, breathing, relieves stress and pain in the body. This is an asana of basic level and can be performed by anyone. But this asana should always be done on an empty stomach or there should be a gap of two to three hours since the last meal before you perform the asana. Hold the body in the same pose for 10-20 seconds.
Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
This asana helps in improving the balance and the stability in the legs, also helps in calming the nervous system and also is beneficial for the treatment of numbness. Performing this asana can increase the stamina, which helps in better working. This asana can be performed with open eyes for maintaining the balance. Practise Vrikshasana in the morning on empty stomach, and try holding the position in the posture for 1 minute at least.
Natarajasana (Dancer Pose)
Being a challenging asana, not everyone can get it right in the first time itself. This pose helps the person in fighting depression, helps in the management of stress and also betters the circulation system, the process of digestion and even metabolism.
Ustrasana (Camel Pose)
This asana stretches the back and the shoulders help in bettering the respiration, digestion and also excretion. It also activates the nerves by minimising the fat in the body. This asana can also be performed by anyone, and the experts suggest that the asana should be performed in the morning on an empty stomach.
Paschimottansana (Seated Forward Bend)
This asana is considered a very important asana for bettering the process of concentration, relieves the stress and anger and even irritability. Paschimottansana activates the spinal nerves and provides energy to the body. The pose increases appetite and minimises obesity. This asana should be performed on an empty stomach and in the morning.