This pose helps strengthen the back and spine. It also opens up the chest and helps you breathe better. This asana is known to strengthen and stimulate the abdominal organs, which helps relieve menstrual cramps in women, and helps improve kidney functions in both men and women both.
What's really interesting about this pose is that it stimulates the reproductive organs and simultaneously reduces stress and fatigue. Practicing this pose leads to stronger orgasms and also helps individuals recover from dysfunctions like premature ejaculation and sexual disinterest.