Along with strengthening your heart and regularizing palpitations, regular practice of this mudra eases gastric issues. Named as the ‘Mrita Sanjeevani Mudra’, it provides immediate relief to a person suffering from cardiac arrest. It eases the pain and improves blood circulation when under angina attack.
Sit in Padmasana [Lotus Pose].Stretch your hands outward and allow them to rest on the thighs.Let the palms face the ceiling.Now, fold your middle and ring fingers towards the palm in such a way that they touch the tip of the thumb.Fold the index finger inward allowing it to touch the base of the thumb.The small finger should be stretched outward.Keep your eyes closed and hold the mudra as long as you want to.
As the name suggests, this yoga mudra enhances life force. It actually helps in clearing the clogged arteries, lowering the risk associated with cardiovascular conditions. Practicing this mudra daily improves fitness and immunity levels.
Sit in Padmasana [Lotus Pose].Stretch your hands outward and allow them to rest on the thighs.Let the palms face the ceiling.Bend your little finger and ring finger towards the palm and allow their tips to come into contact with the tip of the thumb.Keep the middle finger and index finger stretched outward.Keep your eyes closed and hold the Mudra as long as you want to.
Lingam in Sanskrit denotes phallus –male reproductive organ. This mudra is helpful for those who are suffering from diabetes. Obesity and diabetes are serious health issues that can damage your heart. Practicing this can help in keeping diabetes and weight under control, keeping your cardiac health in top condition.
Sit in Padmasana [Lotus Pose].Stretch your hands in front of your body.Clasp the hands. Intertwine the fingers.Make sure that the thumb of the left hand points toward the ceiling.Using the thumb and index finger of your right hand encircle the left thumb.Inhale and exhale normally.Practice for 20 minutes.