Boost Male Fertility With These 8 Yogasanas!

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Infertility is a health issue which affects thousands of men worldwide. Modern lifestyle exposes every individual to a variety of unhealthy substances which may lead to this condition. It not only damages the personal life of a person, but also disturbs his social life. However, all is not lost. There are many ways to counter this condition. The best ways are ayurvedic treatment and Yogasanas.

Why Yoga?

Yoga is one the many natural fertility boosters that can enhance the sperm count. It can also help men to deal with different sexual problems like erectile dysfunction.

How Yoga is Beneficial in Boosting Male Fertility

Yoga is a full body exercise which focusses on establishing a strong mind-body balance. Through its postures, men can increase the blood circulation in their body and maintain a healthy hormonal cycle. Since it also promotes mental health, yoga can effectively help in eliminating all the cause of infertility in men.

1. All-in-One Exercise

Yoga helps you to unwind and de-stress the mind and body. This goes a long way in boosting fertility levels which may be get suppressed due to stress hormones.

2. Hormone Promoter

It stimulates your glands and helps release hormones like testosterone that increases fertility.

3. Muscle Relaxant

Yoga relieves muscular tension and enhances the blood flow to the hip joints.

4. Increases Blood Circulation

Yoga helps increase blood circulation to the pelvic area that stimulates them and boosts your chances of conceiving.

8 Yogasanas for Boosting Male Fertility

Each yoga posture is dedicated to strengthen certain parts of the body. Any yogasana which stretches the muscles of the lower body can be beneficial to treat infertility. Men should practice yoga every day to observe the different benefits that it offers.

1. Sarvang Asana (Shoulder stand)

This is a tactful posture in which a person has to maintain his body balance while being upside down. The shoulder stand stimulates the thyroid glands and strengthens the entire body muscles.

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Steps to do it:

  • Lie on the back on a yoga mat on a flat surface with the feet held together.
  • Take a deep breath in and raise the legs up at a right angle.
  • Place the hands under the hip bone (with the fingertips towards the spine).
  • While exhaling, gradually bring the body up with the support of the hands on the back.
  • Keep the legs straight, maintain the posture and breathe deeply for 20-30 seconds.
  • Slowly fold the legs down and come back to the resting position carefully.


2. Hal Asana (Plough pose)

Plough pose increases blood circulation to the pelvic area and enhances reproductive wellness. With regular practice, it can also help in increasing physical flexibility.

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Steps to do it:

Follow the steps for the shoulder stand.
  • Keep the arms and palms flat on the floor beside the body for support.
  • While exhaling bring the legs over to the head and touch the floor with the feet.
  • Hold the posture for 20-30 seconds and breathe normally.
  • For releasing the pose, support the back with both hands, bend the knees and lower the body on the ground extremely slowly without any jerks.
  • Lie down flat on the floor and relax for a while.


3. Dhanur Asana (Bow pose)

Dhanur asana helps to increase the blood flow to the reproductive organs and enhances sexual wellness in men. It also helps to combat erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, thereby enhancing fertility in men.

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Steps to do it:

  • he tummy on a floor mat.
  • Keep the arms beside the body on either sides and keep the legs two feet apart.
  • Breathe in deeply and while breathing out, fold the knees and hold the ankles with the hands.
  • While inhaling, pull the chest off the ground and pull the legs up straight on the tips of the feet.
  • Look straight ahead, stretch the body like a bow and hold the posture with only the tummy touching the ground.
  • Continue to take deep breaths for 15-20 seconds in this pose.
  • Exhaling, slowly release the pose and come back to resting position.


4. Kumbhak Asana (Plank pose)

This seemingly easy yoga posture offers many benefits to the body. Plank pose strengthens the upper body and increases sexual stamina. It helps to increase a person’s fertility by enhancing his sexual wellness.

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Steps to do it:

  • Lie on the tummy on the floor mat.
  • Keep the hands next to the shoulders and push the body up from the floor.
  • Bring the upper body, buttocks and legs off the floor in a straight line.
  • Hold the body in this pose on the palms and toes.
  • Hold the body in this plank posture for 15-30 seconds and slowly bring it down.


5. Paschimottan Asana (Seated forward bend)

Paschimottan asana helps to tone the muscles that support the reproductive organs. It has positive effects on the digestive system and the mental health of a person. With regular practice, it can treat erectile dysfunction as well.

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Steps to do it:

  • Sit on a floor mat, stretch the legs in front with the toes pointing towards the ceiling.
  • While breathing in, bring the arms up and gradually bend forward to hold the big toe of the feet.
  • Bring the head down so that the forehead touches the knees.
  • Keep breathing in this pose for 15-20 seconds.
  • While exhaling, slowly bring the body up vertebra by vertebra and relax.

6. Pada Hasthasana (Standing forward bend)

This asana stretches the spine, hips and legs. It enhances the blood circulation to the brain and brings equilibrium in the body.

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Steps to do it:

  • Stand straight on a floor mat.
  • While breathing in, raise both the arms above the head without bending the elbows.
  • Now, while exhaling slowly bend forward till the hands touch the feet.
  • Be in this pose for 20-30 seconds and continue taking normal breaths.
  • Slowly breathing in, release the pose and come back to the standing position very gently.


7. Bhujang Asana (Cobra Pose)

Bhujang asana relieves the stress off the back muscles and spine. It enhances the wellness of the reproductive organs. Bhujang asana is a good exercise for keeping back pain and sprains at bay!

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Steps to do it:

  • Lie down on the tummy on a floor mat with feet pulled together.
  • Place both the palms next to the shoulders facing the ground.
  • While inhaling, lift the chest off the ground with the head looking up at the ceiling.
  • Continue to lift the upper body off the ground till the navel region.
  • Take 5-10 long deep breaths in this posture and feel the stretch on the back.
  • Exhale and slowly come back to the initial resting position.
  • Repeat it twice.

    8. Nauka Asana (Boat pose)

    Boat pose makes the muscles of the legs, hips and abdomen stronger. It tones the pelvic muscles and helps in releasing the sex hormones. It can effectively shed the unwanted belly fat as well, thereby, boosting a person’s self- confidence.

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    Steps to do it:

    • Lie down on the back on a floor mat with the arms on the thighs.
    • Inhale and while exhaling simultaneously lift the chest, head, both arms and legs off the ground.
    • Hold the pose and make sure the head, arms and feet are in the same line.
    • Continue breathing deeply and feel the stretch on the tummy.
    • Exhale and release the pose gently.


    Important Tips for Doing Asanas

    Practicing yoga asanas regularly is very important to improve a person’s sexual wellness. However, it is equally necessary to perform them in a safe and clean environment to derive their best results.

    1. Practice Under Supervision

    Learn and practice yoga postures under an expert’s guidance to avoid injury. After completing the asanas, cool down the body with shavasana (corpse pose) or slow breathing exercises.

    2. Observe the Restrictions

    Maintain a gap of 3-4 hours after meals before practicing yoga asanas. It is suggested to keep the surroundings clean, well ventilated and free from dust and pets. It is always beneficial to do warm up stretches or light jogging before starting with the asanas.

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    Conclusion

    Infertility is not an untreatable condition. By using the right resources of Ayurveda and Yoga techniques, any body can bring his life back to a happier and fulfilled path!

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    Dr. Greeshma Nair(B.A.M.S) is a Staunch believer that Ayurveda is not merely a science but lifestyle too. Her holistic approach towards diagnosis and treatment is based on the root cause of disease and gives you a three-dimensional solution to a condition that includes Ahaar (diet), Vihaar (lifestyle) and Aushadhi (medicines).


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