Abhay Kumar Shah guides men on how to handle prostate enlargement, a pesky problem commonly found in old age
In earlier issues we studied the most common trouble in womanhood, UTI.
In this article we will take a look at the most common problem of the aged males, Enlargement of Prostate Gland.
The prostate is a walnut-shaped gland that is part of the male reproductive system. The main function of the prostate is to make a fluid that goes into semen. The gland surrounds the urethra at the neck of the bladder.
As the prostate enlarges, the gland presses against and pinches the urethra. The bladder wall becomes thicker. Eventually, the bladder may weaken and lose the ability to empty completely, leaving some urine in the bladder. The narrowing of the urethra and urinary retention—the inability to empty the bladder completely—cause many of the problems causing the following symptoms.
#urinary frequency—urination eight or more times a day.
#urinary urgency—the inability to delay urination.
#trouble starting a urine stream.
#a weak or an interrupted urine stream
dribbling at the end of urination.
#nocturia—frequent urination during periods of sleep.
#urinary incontinence—the accidental loss of urine.
#pain after ejaculation or during urination
#urine that has an unusual color or smell.
In modern medical science, available treatment ranges from the medication to the surgery in which enlarged tissues of the Prostate gland are cut to widen the urethra.
Many of my clients have benefited with the Mudra Therapy for enlarged prostate gland.
The combination includes Mudra as follows.
Naag Mudra -
Formation - on one palm, place the back of second palm in perpendicular position. Place the thumb of the first palm on the second palm, place the thumb of the second palm on the first thumb in perpendicular position.
Put the gesture in the middle of the thighs.
Period - 16 minutes, twice or thrice a day.
Surabhi Mudra -
Touch your one ring finger to the other hand's little finger and vice versa.
Touch your middle finger with other hand's index finger and vice versa.
Keep both thumbs apart
Turn the tips down toward the floor. Rest the back of the palms on the respective thigh.
Period - 16 minutes, twice or thrice a day.
Garud Mudra -
This is a Chala Mudra, that means one has to perform some actions while doing this Mudra. So let's learn how to do Garud Mudra.
Step 1. Interlock thumbs of both the hands, cover them with both the palms and form Namaskar Mudra with interlocked thumbs. Put the gesture between the thighs, tips facing forward.
Take 10 deep breaths.
Step 2 - put the same gesture in the same direction on the bellybutton and take a spell of another 10 breaths.
Step 3 - put it on the sternum, in the middle of the chest. Take another spell of 10 breaths.
Step 4 - place both the hands, wrists one upon another, in perpendicular position, palms apart and6facing towards our chest. Now interlock the thumbs. Keep fingers of both the hands open. This gesture looks alike an eagle with spread wings. Move the fingers continuously, take 10 deep breaths.
Now start next spell right from step 1 and go up to step 4.
Repeat step 1 to 4 for 16 minutes.
Twice a day.
Caution - people with high blood pressure must observe their blood pressure during the course.
Shakti Mudra -
Formation - place the thumb on its palm. Cover the length of the thumb with rap of index and middle finger. Do the same for the other hand.
Now touch the tips of the ring and the little finger to the tips of the same fingers of the other hand. Touch the wrists.
Period - 16 minutes. Twice or thrice a day.
This combination works wonderfully.
Hope all the reader friends will find this article helpful.
One very humble request from me to all my readers, please give your feedback and comments on this column. You also can demand for Mudra solutions on a particular topic which is yet unaddressed here. I will be more than happy to serve and help you all with best of my knowledge, experience and efforts.
Thank you so much.
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