Yoga For Cervical
Two Main Areas Where You See the Term Cervical
The two most common uses of the term cervical are used to describe very different areas of the body:
Neck: The cervical vertebrae are the bones of the spine that are in the neck. When you see these terms, it relates to the area of the neck: cervical spine, cervical disc, cervical nerves, cervical rib, cervical lymph nodes, cervical myelopathy, cervical radiculopathy, and the cervical collar that is used to stabilize the neck when injured. However, cervical stenosis may or may not pertain to the neck.
Cervix: This is at the bottom of the uterus, where the uterus narrows to a neck-like passage in the female reproductive system, opening into the vagina. When you see the term cervical cancer, it is referring to the female cervix. Cervical dysplasia refers to abnormal cells seen on a cervical smear or Pap smear. Other terms that will generally pertain to the cervix include cervical cap, cervical mucus, and one of the two meanings of cervical stenosis.
10 Yoga Asanas For Cervical
Matsyasana (Fish Pose):Matsyasana provides strength and flexibility to the entire vertebral column. It is extremely beneficial for cervical region and helps in overcoming stress and strain caused due to prolong sitting before the computer.
Marjariasana (Cat Pose): Marjariasana provides gentle massage to your spine and helps to loosen up the vertebral column. It is extremely recommended to those people who have rigid spines and chronic neck pain. Marjariasana gently stretches and stimulates the spinal nerves.