Taboo 1: It is not suitable to practice yoga for mood swings. Yoga is a sport that must cooperate with the body and mind. If the muscles are tight when you are angry, anxious, and tense, it is best not to practice yoga to avoid injury. Only when the muscles are soft can you be more healthy and safe.
Taboo 2: After a few classes, I feel sore joints and tendons, which may not be suitable for yoga. Some people are born with poor body flexibility, while yoga is to train the body’s flexibility and muscle strength. If every time after practicing yoga, joint pain or tendon inflammation occurs, it may be the body’s flexibility. Not enough, not suitable for yoga movements.
Taboo 3: People with osteoporosis, exercise caution. Some yoga exercises must support the weight of the body with hands or feet. If you have osteoporosis, it is possible that the strength of the core muscles is not well trained, so that when the elbow is supported, you accidentally fracture.
Taboo 4: High intraocular pressure, high myopia, inverted movements on the head and feet are not recommended. Forward bends or handstands will increase intraocular pressure. Therefore, people with high intraocular pressure and high myopia are not recommended to practice yoga.
Taboo 5: Yoga is not suitable for poor physical condition, early recovery from a serious illness, and early fracture. Yoga needs to be in good physical condition to achieve the effect of exercising body functions and muscles. If the physical condition is not good, muscles, joints, and ligaments cannot exert their strength, and it is easy to be injured when practicing yoga.
Taboo 6: Epilepsy, damage to the cerebral cortex. Many movements of yoga involve stretching to the neck, and if there is epilepsy or cerebral cortex damage, bending forward and back to massage the stretch of the neck may induce epileptic seizures.
Taboo 7: People with blood coagulation disease or blood coagulation disease should avoid practicing yoga. Yoga movements need to position, stretch and twist the limbs, which may lead to a decrease in peripheral blood flow, which is more likely to cause severe blood coagulation and cause cardiovascular disease.