1. Can you practice yoga for 1000 degrees of myopia
tolerable. There is no conflict between myopia and yoga. Yoga improves the flexibility of the body, but if you are invisible, you’d better not practice high-temperature yoga.
A thousand degrees actually belongs to high myopia. High myopia will have astigmatism, so the effect of correction is poor. In addition, high myopia can have many complications, such as vitreous opacity, retinopathy, retinal detachment and so on.
People with myopia of 1000 degrees must pay attention to and protect their eyes. They should not do strenuous exercise at ordinary times, which can easily cause retinal detachment. They should pay attention to eye hygiene and habits at ordinary times. They should have balanced nutrition, not be picky about food, do eye exercises, and look more from a distance.
2. Who is suitable for Yoga
After entering middle age, ligaments and joints degenerate, and muscles are relatively stiff. For those who do not have strong muscle protection and support and forcibly practice difficult yoga movements, it is undoubtedly a huge “challenge” to the already fragile cervical vertebrae and vertebrae, which is very easy to lead to muscle strain and vertebral dislocation. Unless you have been practicing yoga since you were young, your body is flexible.
Patients who have osteoporosis, especially women with severe osteoporosis. Due to the decrease of bone hardness and increase of brittleness, if you don’t pay attention to yoga, you may cause compression fractures or vertebral body fractures.
Patients with cervical and lumbar diseases. If you practice some yoga movements, such as plough pose, it is easy to cause intervertebral disc herniation or the original condition is more serious.
Patients with cardiovascular disease or obesity. If the action is intense, such as doing handstands, it is likely to increase the burden on the heart and cause discomfort.
3. What are the classifications of Yoga
Hot yoga, also known as high-temperature yoga and thermal yoga, is to do yoga in a high-temperature environment of 38 ℃ – 40 ℃. It consists of 26 stretching movements, and the weight loss effect is also relatively fast and obvious under high-temperature yoga.
Yoga for two refers to the yoga practice carried out by two people, helping each other to complete yoga movements that can not be carried out or are relatively difficult to achieve by a single person, which is conducive to strengthening the coordination of both sides and playing the role of mutual supervision and progress.
Flow yoga is the most common. In the process of practice, Flow Yoga strengthens the body by moving as smoothly as flowing water, playing the role of flexing the body and strengthening various organs of the body.
The school tenet of wisdom yoga is to promote the cultivation of knowledge concepts, extricate ourselves from ignorance, and achieve sacred knowledge, so as to look forward to the unity of Buddhism and Buddhism, make our practice process close to nature, empty ourselves and achieve the unity of heaven and man. Wisdom yoga is conducive to improving our mood.
What should I prepare for Yoga
1. Yoga Mat
It can be said that this is an essential thing. It will be expensive to buy in the club, but the quality is guaranteed. You can order one online. It is recommended not to be too greedy for cheap. You can get the goods every penny.
2. Yoga blanket
When used with yoga mats, sometimes we worry that yoga mats are easy to get dirty, because you put them on the floor, sometimes you don’t know which side has been used, and there will be dust after long-term storage, so we need a yoga blanket.
3. Yoga clothes
Because the scale of some movements is relatively large when doing yoga, we need a more comfortable uniform. If you don’t have one, you can also wear casual loose ones.
4. Yoga ball
Some movements may be difficult and need to be completed with the help of Yoga balls, especially when exercising our waist movements. If you want to learn yoga more deeply, it is best to have this.
How to warm up before Yoga
Sit or stand cross legged and straighten your back. Focus on your neck, inhale and lift your head backwards and exhale forward. Inhale immobile, exhale to the right, inhale back, exhale to the left.
Finger joint movement
Slowly raise your arms to shoulder height. Keep breathing, clench your fists and stretch your fingers.
Close your fingers, hold your thumb, and make a fist.
Take the wrist as the axis, turn clockwise, and then counterclockwise. Inhale upward and exhale downward.
Inhale, fold your arms inward and touch your shoulders with your fingertips.
Exhale and straighten your arms.
Open your arms, take your shoulders as the axis, inhale, arms from front to back, exhale, and drop your arms.
Fold your arms in front of your chest, exhale, and open your chest with your elbows outward.
Inhale, stretch your arms to both sides, open your chest as far as possible, and stand on tiptoe.
Middle back movement
Hold your arms flat on your side, inhale, turn to the left and back when you exhale, and inhale back to the front.
Exhale, turn to the right and back, inhale back to the front.
Lower back rotation
Stand with your legs apart and your hands on your hips.
Rotate clockwise and counterclockwise for 4 circles respectively, and try to draw a circle with the hip when rotating.
Knee opening exercise
Lower your upper body and put your hands on your knees.
Inhale deeply, squat down when exhaling, and lean one knee against the side of the foot on the other side.
Inhale back to normal, and squat when exhaling.
Stretch your ankles, inhale, hook your heels up, exhale, and stretch your heels down.
Rotate your ankles and keep breathing.