Practice bhramara mudra to get rid of seasonal cold and cough
You may perceive yoga as a combination of breathing and stretching postures, but there is much more to yoga than just that. Based on the principles of Ayurveda, the yoga mudras can also benefit you in many ways. The bhramara mudra is one such hand gesture with many therapeutic benefits.
Bhramara mudra can help cure seasonal allergies like a cough and running nose.
This mudra can be a boon to people suffering from respiratory conditions like asthma and bronchitis.
It can also help improve a weakened immune system.
Also, perform this mudra to improve your focus and concentration.
The bhramara mudra is very simple to perform. Here’s how you can do it.
Sit in sukhasana and keep your spine erect. Place your palms on your thighs.You can also practice it while sitting on a chair.
Now keep both your hands in front of your chest and place the index finger of your hand at the base of your thumb. Do this with both your hands.
Now touch the tip of your thumb with the tip of your middle finger.
Extend your ring and middle finger.
Hold this position for 2-3 minutes and breathe as deeply and slowly as possible.
Perform the bhramara mudra four times a day. However, there is no limit you can perform the mudra for as long and as many times as you want.