Watch this effective diabetes mellitus type 2 treatment yoga video where Divya shows the various yoga poses and yoga postures that helps people with diabetes type 2, high blood pressure and kidney pain. These Yoga exercises and asanas are designed to control hypertension and cholesterol and can be easily done by a diabetic person. If you have the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, you can start practicing these yoga exercises to treat your diabetes mellitus type 2.

Divya shows asanas from Iyengar yoga to reduce your blood pressure and cholesterol, lowering the chances of Type 2 Diabetes. New yoga video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Step 1 Iyengar yoga for diabetes
Stand with your feet parallel, raise your right leg up on the chair. Make sure that your standing leg, outer heel are in one line. Place your right hand under your quadriceps, right hand on the waist and twist. Make sure your chin is in the center of your chest and your elbows are taken away from you. Both shoulders should be in one straight line. Hold for 30 seconds. To add variation, you can lift your right heel up and move your right palm to the side. Slowly release and repeat on the other side.

Step 2 Iyengar yoga for diabetes
Move into the sitting position, keep your legs straight, separate the skin under your buttocks. Take a rope/belt/dupatta, press your thighs, lift your toes, bend both knees slightly and raise both legs up. Work from the lower back, move your diaphragm, chest forward and hold for 30 seconds. Slowly bring your legs down, sit straight and release.

Step 3 Iyengar yoga for diabetes
Stand straight, roll your shoulders back, keep your hands on the waist and turn towards your left. Step your right foot forward and left foot back (60 degrees). Raise your left arm up, extend it forward and slowly bring it down towards the brick. Pressing the brick, roll your right shoulder back. Inhale, exhale and raise your right hand up. Hold for 60 seconds. To come back, place your right hand on the waist and slowly release. Bring your feet back together. Repeat on the other side.