Bikram yoga or hot yoga is done in a hot room can be trusted to form the stamina and promote detoxification of the body. However, you should be careful because not everyone is safe to do this one type of yoga.
Physical activity in high-temperature room turned out to be dangerous for people who have certain health problems. For example, for those who suffer from hypertension, low blood pressure, or heart disease?
Diana Zotos, yoga instructor and therapist in the department of medical rehabilitation in a surgical specialty hospital in New York, the U.S. said that people who are sensitive to heat, had suffered from heat stroke, or easily dehydrated, you should consult your doctor before doing hot yoga.
She also added that a person does not have a history of certain diseases, a beginner especially those aged over 40 years, also should not be treated lightly the hot yoga. Diana Zotos also said that basically any type of yoga is physical deployment, and environmental heat in Bikram yoga makes this sport more and more difficult. Hot air can make a person feel stretched and seemed to be more flexible. It is very vulnerable injured muscles or joints.
Diana Zotos recommends that beginners who are interested in hot yoga poses already know 26 is used. For information, hot yoga is done at room temperature of 38-42 degrees Celsius; it only has 26 movements that are routinely performed. He said that the room is hot factor would add strain on the heart and endurance. Therefore, someone who does yoga is supposed to have a healthy cardiovascular condition, the condition of the hip, knee, and spine are excellent, and have no neurological or balance disorders
Other tips that need to be done before doing hot yoga movements, namely the consumption of enough water before exercise, avoid eating more than 200 calories at least two hours before exercise, and start slowly. Do not force yourself to do a difficult movement. In addition, stop if you start to feel dizzy, chest pain, or feel the heat.