Cough and Cold Yog
Cold is caused by a virus, a tiny living organism that causes this infection. If someone nearby is infected with the virus, chances are that the other person may get it too that means cold is infectious. Cold virus is airborne, thus if the patient is nearby and sneezes around you, you will end up infected with cold.
How Yoga Help Cure Cold?
Yoga prevents the cold since it balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. With the help of yoga asanas, one can draw fresh blood to the heart and throat which helps in relieving the affected congestion and sinuses.
These yoga asanas help flush toxins from the body, clear the nasal passage and strengthen the lungs.
Standing Forward Bend or the Uttanasana is known for enhancing the blood circulation. It helps send fresh blood to the head, which clears out sinuses and blockages. It refreshes the nervous system and relieves anxiety and stress.
Adho Mukha Svanasana
The Downward Dog Stretch or The Adho Mukha Svanasana is an asana where the heart is placed higher than the level of the head. It causes reverse gravity pull which aids in the proper circulation of the blood and the lymph.
This asana is also called as the Camel Pose. It opens up the chest and clears the passage. It is highly important to breathe as much as possible while one is in this pose. It help open up the blocked areas which are becoming the cause of cold.
The Bridge Pose or The Setu Bandhasana is a flexible asana. It is the best way to open up the chest. It helps send fresh blood to the head that helps in opening up the sinuses. This yog asana also triggers the thymus glands, which is one of the core organs of the immune system.
Along with the above asanas, herbal remedies provided by Abhimantrit Guruprasadam Yog are also quite effective in the treatment of Arthritis and shows excellent recovery results in the patients. These herbal medicines are:
- Kwath Syrup
- Cough & Cold Care tab.