Following is a list of asanas recommended by doctors, which can help you take charge of your diabetes.
Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)
To perform this asana, lie down on your stomach with your feet hips-width apart and hands by the side of your body. Now, fold your knees and use your hands to hold your ankles. Breathe in and try to lift your chest and pull your legs back and up. Look straight and concentrate on your breathing. Hold this position for 15-20 seconds and then release.
To do this asana, lie down on your back with your feet hips-width apart. Now, bend down your knees so that your feet are on the ground and close to your body. Bring your palms under your shoulders and press them firmly on the floor. Press your feet firmly on the floor, inhale and lift your hips up. Your spine should be rolled up. It should resemble a semi-circle. Straighten your arms and legs as much as possible so that your hips and chest are also pushed up. Try holding the position for 15-20 seconds and then release.