Hold Your Hand In This Position And You Will Not Believe What Will Happen Next

Written by Jyotsana Rao  • 

Stress is an undesirable by-product of the modern way of living. We often feel stressed because of our busy schedule, work pressure, and health issues. We are always trying to look for ways to cope with it – sometimes we are successful, but most of the times we are not. So, today, we are going to present one of the simplest and sure shot ways to deal with stress and other such ailments without spending a single buck.

All you need to do is use your hands to perform hand yoga, and concentrate. Hand yoga is considered to be one of the best ways to cope with any ailment and provide immediate relief. You can perform this anywhere and at any time of the day. Here’s how to do these poses.

1. Vaayu Mudra

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The vaayu mudra helps in calming the body. It improves the transportation of oxygen throughout the body. It reduces stress and aggression, thereby making you feel calm.

2. Prithvi Mudra

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Performing the prithvi mudra increases the earth element and decreases the fire element. It helps in muscle development and encourages healing and growth of damaged tissues. The fire element is responsible for the reduction of metabolism in our body and inflammation of the muscles. Thus, reducing it eliminates stress and tension.

3. Surya Mudra

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Surya mudra is a great pose if you wish to lose weight. It improves digestion and helps in improving issues related to vision. It improves the blood circulation in our body, helping in making us feel relaxed.

4. Gyan Mudra

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Gyan mudra, also known as the pose of wisdom, helps in improving your creativity and enhances positivity of the mind.

5. Shunya Mudra

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Shunya mudra is a pain relieving pose. You can get rid of any pain in any part of the body by performing this pose. It makes you active.

6. Varun Mudra

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If you’re suffering from arthritis, you must try this pose. It is a great pose to cure problems related to bones, hormonal disorders, and even dehydration.

Since you do not need a special room, a special yoga mat or something to perform them, you can try these poses whenever you get free time in your home or at your workplace.

Try them out and let us know whether these mudras helped you in coping with the stress.

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