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10 Yoga Poses that Increase Chances of Pregnancy, Boost Fertility & Control Thyroid naturally

10 Yoga Poses that Increase Chances of Pregnancy, Boost Fertility & Control Thyroid naturally

One of the reasons that lead to infertility and related health issues, is primarily stress. Most of us are unaware of the repercussions of a stressed lifestyle. Anxiety, depression, guilt, regrets or any type of overthinking deteriorates our overall health. Stress has been a huge factor in majority of cases that causes hormonal imbalance in our bodies leading to PCODs, Thyroid, declining egg quality, weight gain and, thus, affecting conceivability. Practicing yoga, first and foremost, reduces and gradually eliminates stress if you practice it daily. Secondly, yoga prepares our body and mind for pregnancy. Certain yoga postures boost fertility by increasing the blood flow in your pelvis which in turn stimulates hormone producing glands and releases tension built in the muscles.

We have listed down 10 yoga postures that treat PCODs, control thyroid, boost fertility, improve egg quality & rectify hormonal imbalances, thus, helping you in conceive naturally.

  1. Uttanasana

UttanasanaThis yoga pose is an intense forward bending pose that stretches your back, hips, calves and hamstring and releases stress from the abdominal area, increasing your chances of conception and improving menstrual cycle.

  1. Paschimottanasana


This yoga pose is an intense seated forward bend. It stretches your hamstrings, lower back and hips which helps in stimulating reproductive organs, especially uterus and ovaries, thus, releasing stress and boosting fertility levels. You should avoid this asana during pregnancy.

  1. Janu Sirsasana

Janu Sirsasana

This to head to knee pose challenges your hamstrings, hips, thighs, lower back, arms and shoulders. It cures insomnia and is great for conception. It can be practiced up to second trimester.

  1. Baddha Konasana

Baddha Konasana

The butterfly pose is said to be the most effective yoga pose for fertility. It not only enhances flexibility of hips, feet, ankle and knees but stretches inner thighs and groin increasing the blood circulation at the middle girdle region. This helps in boosting fertility. If this pose is practiced until later pregnancy stages, it helps in smooth natural delivery.

  1. Viparita Karani

Viparita KaraniThis legs up the wall pose is one of the best poses for conceiving. It allows blood to stimulate in all parts of the body while increasing blood circulation in the pelvic region and activating pregnancy hormones. This pose is the most effective if practiced right after an intercourse.

  1. Setu Bandhasana

Setu BandhasanaPopularly known as the bridge pose, Setu Bandhasana stretches your neck, back, chest and relaxes your body. However, most importantly, when the pelvis thrusts upwards, the blood circulation in the area is improved and the hormones are activated that boost fertility.

  1. Salamba Sarvangasana

Salamba SarvangasanaThis is literally the mother of all asanas. Popularly knowns as the shoulder stand pose, this asana requires you to balance all your body weight upon your shoulders. This posture increases the blood flow around the thyroid gland that improves its health, thus, alleviating hypothyroidism.

  1. Matsyasana

MatsyasanaThis fish pose requires your to arch your back in such a form that the blood flow at your thyroid gland is increased. It stretches the neck and throat, relieves tension in the area and stimulates thyroid gland. This helps people with hypothyroidism.

  1. Bhujangasana

BhujangasanaA very common asana, the cobra pose not only benefits your back pain but stretched your neck that leads to increase in the blood flow at thyroid gland helping hypothyroidism be in control.

  1. Ujjayi Pranayam

Ujjayi PranayamThis pranayam works well for both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. It activates the thyroid glands by stimulating reflex pathways within the throat area.

It is recommended that yoga is done empty stomach with a clean bowel or 4-6 hours after a meal, however, it is more effective in an open space when you breathe in fresh morning air. If you are a beginner, we advise you to start with professional help after thoroughly discussing even the minor health issues.

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