The practice of yoga has been prevalent in India for over 4000 years. To cure a deadly disease like diabetes, the ancient Indian practice of wellness offers many poses.


Kapalabhati is best for those who suffer with diabetes. You may practice this pose every day for a couple of minutes in order to get healed. Sit on the floor and make sure you are sitting in a cross-legged position. Take a deep breath.This should be done for ten times and then released. It helps in controlling the disease.



This is actually a deep breathing exercise which not only nourishes all the body organs by providing sufficient oxygen, but also provides a good mind.


Practising the Fish Pose reduces the rigidity in the neck and shoulder muscles, and thereby enhances flexibility of the spine.


This pose is great for strengthening one’s back and spine, stimulate the reproductive organs, beat stress and fatigue, and relieve menstrual pain and constipation.

Surya Mudra

Surya Mudra is an excellent physical exercise for people troubled with diabetes; it improves the blood circulation to several areas of the body, enhancing insulin absorption within the body.



This yoga posture can help your body absorb the extensive benefits acquired through the whole practice. This pose is a method to relax all the internal organs, comprising muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints in the body.


This is a forward-bending pose that helps the blood to flow to the face. Apart from that, it helps the stomach function better, strengthens the thigh muscles, and relaxes the back and arms.


This pose is great for stretching the spine and relaxing the muscles of the back. Moreover, it helps relax the mind and make it stress-free.



This pose not only helps to keep one’s blood pressure in control, it also helps to relax the mind, improves digestion, relieves the symptoms of menopause in women, and stretches the neck and spine.


This is a simple pose that is great for relaxing the mind, improving digestion and massaging the “kanda”. According to Ayurvedic principles, “kanda” is a spot about 12 inches above the anus that is the point of convergence for over 72,000 nerves.