Yoga Therapy For Hyperacidity

Yoga therapy for Hyperacidity is part of a broader Yogic traditional understanding illness. This, in particular embraces the concept and mechanism of psychosomatic ailments that Yoga therapy specializes in through an understanding of the five-layered human existence.

Most of the health problems of man today can be classified as psychosomatic or stress induced disorders. They all begin in our Manomaya kosa;.

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.that is the mental bodyd Long-time unrestrained urges, likes and dislikes that can’t be set right by the directions from Vijnanamaya Kosa (intellectual sheath)h These seep into the Pranamaya Kosa (the vital energy sheath)h The prana (vital energy) sheath becomes disturbed and violent as a result of irregularities that manifest as disturbed functions in the Anandamaya Kosa (Gross Body)y Certain Yoga practices that provides therapeutic relief and cure are:

Asanas: -

  1. Padangusthasana
  2. Parivritta Trikonasana
  3. Gomukhasana
  4. Bhujangasana
  5. Viparita Karani
  6. Urdhva Dhanurasana

Pranayama: -

  1. Diaphragmic breathing
  2. Nadi Sodhana
  3. Sitali
  4. Sitkari

Kriya: -

Vaman dhauti accompanied by deep relaxation
Laghu Shanka Prakshalana accompanied by deep relaxation

Meditation: -

Nadanusandhana
OM meditation

Kate was a thin woman, easily irritated and restless who went to a Yoga ashramam Her complaints of upper abdominal pains, distended stomach, loss of appetite and occasional vomitingn She was diagnosed as having a Acid Peptic Disordere She had tried lots of medications and therapies, to no availi

She had not even spared Ayurvedic medicines and fastingn Even so, she didn’t find much reliefe Finally, she was encouraged to undertake the Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapyp These include special techniques for Gastro Intestinal Disorders and particularly for Hyperacidityt A week after the first rounds of practise she began to feel better, her appetite improved and she became more determinede After the 2nd week, she was incredibly confident; her gastric pains had almost disappearede She was off medications and she returned home a happy woman, determinee to keep up with her Yoga practices on a regular basisi

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