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We all experience stress and fatigue. Is there a way out? Well, try yoga to beat fatigue. If you are feeling tired all the time then you might need to plan certain things in your daily life to gradually beat the tiresome feeling.

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Start small and gradually start embracing one healthy habit at a time to slowly reach your goal. Quit bad habits like smoking and drinking and start practicing yoga. Of course, yoga isn't something to try at home. You need a proper instructor who initiates you.

Once you learn yoga and master it, you can practice it at home. Even basics like sun salutations and lotus pose can start showing their health benefits on you.

Your sleep quality gets enhanced, your energy levels get a boost, your stress will be reduced and you tend to feel calm if you start embracing yoga.

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Now, let us discuss about the yoga poses that work well for fatigue.


Baddha Konasana

This posture works well in stretching and relaxing your lower body and provides relief from tiresome feeling.



This pose stretches your back and relaxes your whole body. It works well for fatigue.



The fish pose is a good way to work on your neck, back and spine. Doing this regularly will release the stress built up in those places.



This is one of the best ways to relax your whole body. However, your ability to focus on each part of your body counts a lot as relaxation is possible only when you can release each area of your body.


Urdhva Mukha Svanasana

This posture challenges your upper body and chest. During the stretching process and lifting process, blood circulation improves and fatigue will be minimised.



This pose might be challenging if you have knee or joint pains. Otherwise, it is the best pose to feel relieved from stress.


Ananda Balasana

As you try this pose, your body awareness moves into all the tight areas in your lower body and frees up the built up tension.

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Story first published: Thursday, May 12, 2016, 11:13 [IST]
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