Effect of asansa in hyperthyroid

(April 14, 2008)

I am suffering from hyperthyroid and whopping cough sometimes please advise some asanas for the same


Effect of asansa in hyperthyroid 

For whooping cough consume a teaspoon of garlic juice three times a day. It has effective benefits in curing whooping cough. Likewise ginger is also known to have beneficial properties in healing whooping cough. A teaspoon of fresh ginger juice with honey is an ideal concoction to stave off the cough and if continued for over a week it should be able to cure the cough.

The Sarvangasana or the shoulder stand is believed to be the mother of all yogic postures. It is specifically thought to be of benefit to the thyroid gland.  To perform Sarvangasana lay flat on your back while keeping your legs together. Raise the legs till they are at a right angle to the shoulders or the neck, while being perpendicular to the floor. Fit your chin snugly into the chest, and perch the weight of the body on the shoulders and elbows, while using the arms to support the hips. Learn to practice till you aim to do the shoulder stand for two minutes completely. The Thyroid gland is supposed to respond well to the chanting of Om. This is mainly because of the healing effects of vibration that help to normalize the thyroid gland. Chanting to the deep sound of Om for at least 20 breaths is enough to vibrate the lower neck region. It is best to do the chanting when lying down when there is least physical strain on the body.

Submitted by C D on April 14, 2008 at 05:59

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