The Baddha Konasana improves the flexibility in your private part and hip regions, as it stretches the inner thighs, genital and knees. It helps release any toxins and negative energy in the areas of hip and groin. Your pelvis, abdomen and back are stimulated by plentiful blood supply. The flapping of thighs also increases sperm count in men. For women, coupled with Sarvangasana, it aids the ovaries to function properly and removing irregular menses. This pose not only increases fertility levels but also ensures a smoother delivery, if practiced till late pregnancy.
While doing the asana, take care that:
- This asana should be avoided in case of Groin or knee injury.
- Be careful while bending if you suffer from High blood pressure or any cardiac problems.
- Be slow and careful while doing the asana as in almost all the yoga asanas, as being quick is not what is called for in any yogic Asanas.
- Baddha Konasana should be avoided by ladies if menstruating or should be performed under guidance of a yoga expert during those days.