In most cases, fatigue can be attributed to one or more of your habits or routines, especially lack of exercise. It is also often associated with depression. Occasionally, fatigue is a symptom of other underlying conditions that require medical attention.
An honest inventory of the things that could be responsible for your fatigue is often the first step to relief. Fatigue can be related to:
- Use of alcohol or drugs
- Excess of physical activity.
- Lack of physical activity
- lack of sleep
- Medications such as antihistamines, cough medicine.
- Bad eating habits
Mudra For Fatigue
Fatigue is a condition that extreme tiredness is resulting from mental or physical exertion or illness.
The practice of Prithvi mudra, Pran mudra, and Vata-nashak mudra are useful to overcome this situation. The practice of Prithvi mudra and Pran mudra increases
Prithvi element which helps to improve health and vitality.
Before practicing Mudras it is very important to find your Ayurvedic Body type To find your Ayurvedic body type follow this link
How to do Prithvi mudra
Join the tips of the ring finger and thumb finger to form Prithvi mudra.
How to do Pran mudra
Join the tips of the little finger, ring finger and thumb finger to form Pran mudra.
How to do Vata-nashak mudra
place the tips of index finger and middle finger at the bottom of thumb finger to form Vata-nashak mudra.
Duration of mudra practice
45 minutes of regular practice or 15 minutes thrice a day.
You have to do mudras with both the hands. Just a simple touch of the tips of fingers is enough to get good results.
If you are a Kapha excess or Vata deficient person, then do these mudras in moderation only.