The Mudra Therapy recommended by Abhay Kumar Shah to overcome nasal discomfort is not to be sniffed at
Lots of ailments which are common in winter affect the nose: nasal obstruction, chronic sinusitis, difficulty breathing through the nose, running nose, decreased sense of smell, facial pressure due to congestion, frequent sinus infections, allergies, and much more.
The low outer temperature thickens the bodily fluids, and they stop flowing. They get stuck in the cavities of sinuses as well as the head, throat, and chest, causing difficulty in breathing and talking, headache, and, sometimes, bronchitis.
Now let’s see what the solutions to these problems are vis-à-vis Mudra Therapy.
• Sinusitis: It is a condition in which the cavities around the nasal passages, the sinuses, become inflamed.
To reduce inflammation, the practice of Prana Mudra is the best remedy. It also increases immunity and protects from micro-organisms like bacteria and viruses. In addition, Surya Mudra, which increases the overall temperature of our body, liquifies the congested fluid in the cavities and allows it to flow better.
• Difficulty breathing through the nose: Practising Surya Mudra for at least 16 minutes, thrice a day, will have a beneficial effect. Aakash Mudra, for a minimum of 16 minutes, twice a day, to be finished before evening, will clear the blocked nasal spaces. Also, maintaining Kubera Mudra and taking deep breaths for 16 minutes will clear congestion in the nasal passages.
• Running nose: The best mudras to cure a running nose are Surya Mudra, 16 minutes, thrice a day; Jal Shaamak Mudra, 16 minutes, twice a day; and Vyana Mudra, 16 minutes, thrice a day, to be done before sunset.
• Decreased sense of smell: Out of the Five Elements, the Prithvi Tattva (earth element) is associated with the sense of smell. An imbalance in the Prithvi Element can reduce our sense of smell.
Performing Prithvi Mudra for 16 minutes, followed by Prana Mudra for six minutes, thrice a day, can resolve the problem quickly.
• Facial Pressure: When the cavities around the nose and head are filled up, it obviously increases the facial pressure. One feels as though they have facial swelling, though that isn’t the case.
Aakash Mudra, 16 minutes, twice a day, can clear the pathways of the fluids. Make sure that you have finished this mudra before sunset. (Doing it after sunset will cause sleeplessness.) Also, Surya Mudra, 16 minutes, twice or thrice a day, helps greatly.
• Allergies and frequent sinus infections: Allergies spreading through the air are at their peak in winters. The harvesting of crops starts, and millions of insects leave the fields. Smoke from the burning of the leftovers pollutes the air. This triggers allergic attacks.
Shankh Mudra for 16 minutes, followed by Bhramara Mudra for 10 minutes, twice or thrice a day, can keep the allergy at bay. Prana Mudra helps to build immunity parallelly.
So, friends, I hope these mudras keep you fit and healthy this winter.
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