How to do Vata-naashak mudra
This mudra is very easy to do, just place the tips of the index finger and middle finger at the base of the thumb finger and applying gentle pressure.
Impact of Vaata-naashak mudra on health
Vata Dosha governs all movement in the mind and body. It controls blood flow, elimination of wastes, breathing and the movement of thoughts across the mind. Since Pitta and Kapha cannot move without it, Vata is considered the leader of the three Ayurvedic Principles in the body.
Vata-naashak mudra helps to cut Vata-dosha. This mudra is helpful for the person of Vata Prakriti. It is helpful to control overactiveness of mind.
Effects of Vata-naashak mudra practise
The practice of Vata-nashak mudra pacifies the aggravated Vata Dosha. It is, therefore, an excellent mudra for people with a pronounced Vata constitution. In fact, they can regularly do this mudra even to avoid illness. However, people who already have a deficiency should practice this mudra in moderation only. This mudra is an effective mudra in mudras for Vata -Dosha.
Vata-naashak mudra benefits
vata-nashak mudra is useful in the treatment of;
- Chronic fatigue.
- Lack of stamina and endurance.
- Indecisiveness, impatience, timidity, inexplicable fear.
- Sleeplessness or Insomnia
- Intolerance of cold weather or the wind.
- Underweight, emaciation, inexplicable weight loss.
- Numbness in the body parts.
- Unsteady gait,
- Creaking joints
- Cold,dry,cracked skin,nails,hair
- Irregular, scanty, painful menses
- hoarseness of voice, stammering
- Scanty urination,
- Insufficient sweating.
All the diseases caused due to Vata dosha can be healed by Vata-nashak mudrā.
Duration For Vata Nashak Mudra
Thirty to forty-five minutes of regular practice is enough to get good results of vata-naashak mudrā. You can practice this mudra at any time or any position. It is preferable the early hour of the morning or in meditation to get best results.
If you are a Vata deficient person, then do this mudra in moderation only.