How yoga helps to boost Libido?

Healthy sex drive is a part of individual makeup. Many individuals may not understand that they are suffering from low libido problem. Yoga is ancient science at the core of which lies the well being of body as well as mind. If the individual has the required desire & potency, trust a few yoga moves, bends & breaths to take the bedroom bliss even further. If yoga is practiced properly it cleanses the mind, repair the body & liberate the soul of the practitioner.

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Sex is a union of body & mind & yoga helps to enhance the health of both body & mind. But very few can reach the state of spiritual salvation. For most of the people, yoga is thought to be rekindles their get-up &go & reduces their everyday stress. One yoga practitioner explained her experience about the yoga she said, “I think it has to do with the fact that I can now relax & not let my mind fly in a hundred different directions when I am getting intimate. I can enjoy the moment for what it is.”

In yoga many poses are prescribes which regulate the endocrine system & also produce various hormones that critically required for the optimum sexual functioning. Many breathing practices such as Bhramari Pranyam & Anulom-Vilom Pranayam & yoga exercises such as Surya Namaskar perk up the endocrine organs. On the other hand Vajroli & Ashwini Mudras increase blood flow to the genitals, which improves both erectile & orgasmic responses.

Yoga can be prescribed for those who need to spice & spruce up their love lives because it cures all sexual deficiencies. Dr Prakash said, “Yoga is a good adjunct. It doesn’t help as a mainstream therapy. It makes the mind tranquil, the body supple, aids all emotional, physical & mechanical processes at both the situational & constitutional level, & this entire works in tandem to enhance sexual drive.”

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