1. Is high temperature yoga good for pregnancy
High temperature yoga, also known as hot yoga, is to do yoga in a high temperature environment of 38 ℃ – 40 ℃. Yoga training in this environment will reduce the chance of injury and eliminate the tension of the body. But it is not good for women in the preparation period. In the high-temperature environment, in order to lower the body temperature, blood vessels will automatically contract, leading to premature birth and increasing the probability of miscarriage. Therefore, women preparing for pregnancy should not practice high-temperature yoga.
2. Benefits of high temperature Yoga
Detoxification and slimming
First of all, friends who often do high-temperature yoga can achieve the effect of reducing fat and weight in a relatively short time, so that female friends can get a good shape. Secondly, through the training of high-temperature yoga, it can also effectively stimulate the lymphatic system of the human body, help everyone to discharge harmful toxins from the body, and make the trainer’s body healthier. At the same time, frequent high-temperature yoga can also make the muscles of the human body stronger, exercise the softness of the body, and prevent the body from being damaged.
Exercise the heart and lungs
In addition, the practice of high-temperature yoga can strengthen the autonomic nervous system of the human body, cultivate people’s concentration, and increase their self-confidence. In addition, high-temperature yoga can improve the heart and lung functions of the human body, accelerate the blood circulation and metabolism in the body, and help the digestion of the intestines and stomach, so as to improve their immunity. In addition, long-term high-temperature yoga training for patients with insomnia, cervical spondylosis and gastrointestinal diseases can play a therapeutic role.
In addition, high temperature yoga can regulate people’s pressure, especially in today’s society, everyone has great pressure, and insomnia often occurs at night. After high-temperature yoga training, you can release pressure and promote your sleep. At the same time, high-temperature yoga can balance the diet of trainers and effectively regulate endocrine.
3. How many times a week can you practice high temperature Yoga
How many times a week hot yoga can be practiced varies from person to person, and the number of times a week for beginners and regular practitioners is different.
The length of a high-temperature yoga class is about 60 minutes. The movement arrangement is basically fixed, and the exercises must be practiced one by one in order. After 60 minutes of practice, the body can reach a state of balance. The best practice is 2 to 3 times a week, and there is no need to do too much. For those who have never practiced high-temperature yoga (or never practiced yoga), my advice is to take it slowly, starting from 1-2 times a week, first adapt to the temperature and postures, and then gradually.
After you get used to the temperature, posture and teacher, you can gradually increase the frequency of practice, such as three classes a week. However, it should be noted that it is better to have a little interval between the three classes. Don’t take a three-day break after three consecutive days. If you start a certain frequency, please try to keep it.
If you are an experienced practitioner, you don’t need me to tell you how many times a week. Your own body will tell you. For many years, practitioners have kept the frequency of 2-3 times a week, and there are also those who feel uncomfortable without practicing every day. There are no fixed rules, good or bad, right or wrong. Listen to your body!
Who should not practice high temperature Yoga
People with certain chronic diseases for a long time should not practice high-temperature yoga.
For example, patients with heart disease, diabetes, epilepsy, kidney disease, severe liver disease, hypertension, etc. these patients must consult their doctors before any fitness exercise.
Some patients with acute diseases should not do high-temperature yoga, such as colds and fevers.
This is because high-temperature yoga practice is not conducive to recovery when the body is weak, and high-temperature yoga practice for acute patients can easily lead to dehydration and unexpected trouble.
The harm of high temperature Yoga
1. Physical pain
Hardening of the body will lead to slow blood circulation, and the body will become “cold”, often with backache, shoulder and neck pain.
2. Often tired
When muscles harden, the capillaries distributed in them will also harden, resulting in abnormal blood flow, poor blood circulation function and easy fatigue. Baidu search “molecular face reduction method”
3. Easily injured
The hardening of thigh muscles will increase the load on the knee joint, which is easy to cause knee pain and movement obstacles. It will make it difficult for the connected psoas muscle and femoral joint to move, making it impossible for people to walk with big strides and easy to fall.
4. Weight gain
The energy and fat taken in by the human body need to be burned through muscle movement. Once the muscle is stiff and unable to fully move, it will lead to the decline of metabolic function, and fat can not be burned and accumulated.
5. Fear of cold
About 40% of body heat is produced by muscles. When muscles decline, harden, and blood circulation deteriorates, the amount of heat generated will be reduced, resulting in lower body temperature.