High blood pressure is a major health issue in the modern world. Mudras are one of the best remedies for it. In this post “mudra for high blood pressure” I have listed best mudra for hypertension.
High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure (called Rakta Gata Vata in Ayurveda) is high blood pressure in the arteries. The increase in blood pressure depends on age, gender, physical and mental activity, family history and diet. The normal blood pressure of a healthy adult is 120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic.
The treatment of high blood pressure in Ayurveda has a long-term and profound effect, because it does not control the symptoms, but treats the root cause of the problem.
Poor nutrition and lack of exercise are the main causes of high blood pressure today. Most foods we consume, be they fast foods or foods that contain preservatives and chemicals, cause digestive problems in the body. Disturbed digestion leads to an accumulation of ama (toxins), which leads to high blood pressure. The food we eat is digested by our digestive fire (Jatharagni) to produce a nutritious plasma. This plasma nourishes all other dhatus (body tissues) and contributes to the production of healthy blood that circulates through various channels (srotas) in the body.
However, if digestion is impaired, the nutrient plasma will eventually produce digestive impurities or ama. This ama mingles with the plasma and does it sama (combined with ama) or hard. As a result, the blood thus produced also becomes heavy or sticky. This heavy blood (loaded with impurities) flows through various channels and toxins begin to accumulate in the weaker channels of the body. Accumulated in the canals of the heart, these toxins cause a narrowing of the channels. The blood must, therefore, exert more pressure to circulate in these channels, resulting in high blood pressure.
In addition, stress, anxiety and negative mental emotions lead to an increase in blood pressure. History of BP in the family, obesity, physical inactivity, diet high in fat and fiber, excessive consumption of tea, coffee and refined foods etc.
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Mudras For high blood pressure
Mudra treatment is a natural method but very effective. You can perform it anytime or any situation. Just 20 to 30 minutes of regular practice is enough to get a good result. You should have to do it on a regular basis to get the maximum effect.
Join the tips of middle finger and thumb finger to form Aakash mudra.
Join the tips of the index finger, middle finger and thumb finger to form Vaayan mudra.
Place the tips of the index finger at the bottom of thumb finger and now join the tips of the middle finger, ring finger and thumb finger to form Apan-vayu mudra.
Join the tips of the ring finger, little finger and thumb finger to form Pran mudra.
These mudras are useful in the treatment of high blood pressure to know how to perform the mudra, and other benefits of these mudras click the links.
You can choose any two mudras according to your constitution or Prakriti for regular practice.
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Mudra treatment is a natural method of therapy you can practice it while watching TV or on travelling. Now no excuses just practice it and live tension free.
Ayurveda approach towards High blood pressure
The Ayurvedic treatment line for hypertension aims to identify the cause of the disease and then administer herbs that can eradicate the root problem. To achieve this, digestion must be improved, and the digestive fire strengthened. Second, the toxins that have already accumulated in the channels of the heart must be eliminated. Finally, mental relaxation techniques, including meditation, yoga, and pranayama, are recommended to ensure that the mind remains calm and stable.
Diet and lifestyle tips
Avoid meat, eggs, table salt, cucumbers, tea, and coffee.
Avoid smoking because it increases your heart rate.
Increase the use of garlic, lemon, parsley, Indian gooseberry (Amla), watermelon, grapefruit, skim milk and cottage cheese. Regular exercise is the best ways to lower blood pressure; Fast walking, jogging, swimming, and athletics are good options. Laughter is the best solution because it relieves the stress and anxiety that is the primary cause of high blood pressure in today’s lifestyle.
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