Yoga pose to reverse diabetes
This resting pose encourages relaxation, which may help promote the production of insulin-producing beta cells. It may also help relieve back and neck pain, stress, and fatigue.
To do this:
While in a kneeling position, make sure your knees are hip-width apart.
Sink back to bring your buttocks to your heels.
You may place a cushion between your thighs and calves for support.
Lean forward to rest your forehead on the floor.
Extend your arms in front of you, or allow your arms to rest alongside your body with your palms facing up.
Remain in this pose for up to 5 minutes.
Release by lifting yourself up into a seated position.