Join your fingers for joint pain
Abhay Kumar Shah shares a combination of Mudras which can bring a substantial amount of relief to patients of rheumatoid arthritis and help them live a normal life
There are many ailments for which no cure is available in modern medical science. They only manage the pain and maintain the status quo. Rheumatoid arthritis is one of these incurable diseases.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) symptoms
RA is a chronic disease marked by symptoms of inflammation and pain in the joints. These symptoms and signs occur during periods known as flares or exacerbations. During what is known as periods of remission, the symptoms disappear completely.
While RA symptoms pertain to several organs in the body, the symptoms of the joints include
• Joint pain
• Joint swelling
• Joint stiffness
• Loss of joint function and deformities
Symptoms can vary from mild to severe, but it is important to get proper treatment for RA.
If one practises Mudra Therapy religiously, one can reduce the amount of pain-killing drugs and thus their side effects too. As I mentioned in my previous articles, Mudra Therapy works well for auto-immune diseases.
Here are the remedies for RA:
Connect the tips of the ring finger and the little finger to the tip of the thumb. Keep the remaining two fingers comfortably straight.
Do it with both the hands. Place the back of your palms on your knees or thighs.
Practise it for at least 16 minutes, twice or thrice a day.
Prana Mudra takes good care of the inflammation in the joints. It also increases the fighting ability of the body.
Right Hand: Touch the tip of the ring finger to the tip of the thumb. Keep the other fingers comfortably straight.
Left Hand: Touch the tip of the middle finger to the tip of the thumb. Keep the remaining three fingers comfortably straight.
Place the back of your palms on your knees or thighs. Practise for at least 16 to 30 minutes.
It is important to practice Prana Mudra after Sandhi Mudra for one-third of the time of Sandhi Mudra. (For instance, if Sandhi Mudra is done for 30 minutes, then Prana Mudra should be practised for 10 minutes.)
This mudra diverts energy to the joints of the body and tries to maintain normality. This is a very effective mudra.
Arthritis is considered as a vata rog (disease generated by an excess of Vayu) in ayurveda. Vayu Mudra is meant to reduce the vata dosha in the body.
This mudra is known as a natural painkiller also.
Touch the tip of the index finger to the root of the thumb. Place the thumb on the back of the folded index finger. Keep the remaining three fingers comfortably straight.
Place the back of your palms on your knees or thighs. Practise for 30 minutes or at least 16 minutes, again followed by Prana Mudra for one-third of the time of Vayu Mudra.
Many sufferers of RA have given me their feedback that this combination of mudras has made a difference in their life. It is bliss for the chronic pain-bearer.
Abhay Kumar Shah is a mechanical engineer, who has learnt Mudra Shastra from experts and established his own method of using this science correctly, and in the modern context. He can be reached at: email@example.com
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