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How to do ANULOM VILOM (Alternate Nostril Breathing)

Anulom Vilom Pranayama is a breathing technique, you inhale through one nostril and release the breath through the the other nostril.
Procedure :
  • close your eyes n relax
  • Sit in this position for a couple of minutes till you settle down.
  • Hold your right nasal with thumb,
  • breathe in from left. Breath in to the lungs.
  • Now open right nasal and close left nasal with middle and ring finger and breathe out from right nasal.
  • Now breathe in from right nasal. Now close right nasal and open left and breathe out and in from left nasal. and so on.
  • breathe into lungs not to stomach. no organ in stomach absorbs oxygen. Do it slowly. Rest when you feel tired and begin again.
Duration :
  • atleast 10 mins.
  • Repeat the above 5 steps for about 5-6-15 minutes per day. Slowly increase the time.
  • Take breaks in between. Do not strain.
Benefits :
  • This is beneficial to almost all
  •  hypertensive, cardio illhealth, arthritis, cartilage, parkinson, paralysis, depression, migraine pain, asthma, sinus, allergy – calms and clears the mind. Enhances weight loss

Ayurveda And Bhagwad Gita

Recently i came through Bhagwad Gita ‘s some Shlock..which says same opinion as Ayurveda science provide.

Shri Bhagwad Gita is the one of the best Holy book of Ancient India, it provide the information of Like n our Karma. Have a look at following Shloks—

युक्ताहारविहारस्य युक्तचेष्टस्य कर्मसु ।
युक्तस्वप्नावबोधस्य योगो भवति दुःखहा ।।

“Yoga becomes the destroyer of pain for him who is always moderate in eating and recreation (such as walking, etc.), who is moderate in exertion in actions, who is moderate in sleep and wakefulness.” (Gita: 6.17)It does not just speak of physical but mental health also.

सुखं वा यदि वा दुःखं स योगी परमो मतः ।

“He who judges of pleasure or pain everywhere, by the same standard as he applies to himself, that Yogi, O Arjuna, is regarded as the highest.” (Gita: 6.32)

Garudasan – An Eagle Posture Yoga

Its standing balancing type of yoga.

Garuda = the mythic “king of the birds,” the vehicle of Vishnu.

The word is usually rendered into English as “eagle,” though according to one dictionary the name literally means “devourer,” because Garuda was originally identified with the “all-consuming fire of the sun’s rays.”

How to do —>>>

  • Stand in Tadasana. Bend your knees slightly, lift your left foot up and, balancing on your right foot, cross your left thigh over the right. Point your left toes toward the floor, press the foot back, and then hook the top of the foot behind the lower right calf. Balance on the right foot.
  • Stretch your arms straight forward, parallel to the floor, and spread your scapula wide across the back of your torso. Cross the arms in front of your torso so that the right arm is above the left, then bend your elbows. Snug the right elbow into the crook of the left, and raise the forearms perpendicular to the floor. The backs of your hands should be facing each other.
  • Press the right hand to the right and the left hand to the left, so that the palms are now facing each other. The thumb of the right hand should pass in front of the little finger of the left. Now press the palms together (as much as is possible for you), lift your elbows up, and stretch the fingers toward the ceiling.


  • Stay for 15 to 30 seconds, then unwind the legs and arms and stand in Tadasana again. Repeat for the same length of time with the arms and legs reversed.


Strengthens legs, improves balance, stretches the shoulder.

If you have trouble with the balance, rest your backside on a wall. If you can’t hook the lifted foot around the calf, put a block under the foot instead.


Avoid Health Possessiveness

 Possessiveness of being healthy or phobia of illness both are very dangerous factors nowadays. Nowadays we people tends to become over possessive for their health and related matters.

We are watching and examining such patients in our routine consulting schedule. Recently a 32 yr old lady came to my clinic; she was suffering from mild chest pain since 3 months. Before my consulting she did self medication advised by her family friend but didn’t felt any relief. Then she suspects her illness as a big diseases and went to hospital where she pas through various and so many investigation and reports. But everything was normal, but she had still doubt, and so again she went to another diagnostic centre and done all the investigations again. Thus she did so many unnecessary expenses and took unnecessary medication also.

Another case is of possessiveness of being healthy, a 40 yr old man taking 4 different medications for Digestion, Heart trouble and to increase his memory power. Though he was totally healthy and don’t have related problems then also he wanna keep himself healthy.

Nowadays there is high flow of health related articles in news papers / on internet and everywhere, one just read it and starts following the so called “tips” for Healthy body. All this articles are for awareness, don’t follow them blindly. Always Consult the Ayurveda doctors and seek advise properly.

Some people think a lot if they don’t pass the stool in the morning.  And they become nervous, starts consuming medication n so on. Whole day they will think about their indigestion and finding the cause why they didn’t urge to pass the stool.  Sometime it seems funny but phobia of being ill or over cautious about your health leads to mental disorders like anxiety, depression, and anger and so on.

One must take some caution of their health. But possessiveness or over cautious is dangerous for health. Some people tend to take multivitamins capsules every day. Overdose of vitamins and such medicines  are very dangerous for the health.  Some have doubt that they have cancer or aids or colitis or such big disease when they got simple fever or stomach ache or some little health problems.

It’s very true that one should take care of their health, But not this way. We must follow some rules of Day-night and seasons, that is described very nicely in Ayurveda Science under heading of Dincharya and Rutucharya.

We must be punctual in our lifestyle; we must improve our habits to improve our health. And by this way we can live better healthy life. We must do yoga, Pranayam and exercise every day. Ayurveda is science where it teaches how to be healthy for long time. And Ayurveda describes various way to improve our Quality of life.

So go and consult your Ayurveda doctor to improve your health naturally, take medication according to their prescriptions and give them follow up regularly.

For Healthy life, always avoid self medication, don’t be over possessive for your health, but be cautious for your health. Take care….!

Restrained Angle Pose – Baddha Kon Asana

Baddha Kona asana – The Restrained Angle Pose


  • Sit on the floor with the legs together and extended straight out in front
  • Keep the back straight, shoulders level and head straight
  • Place the hands, palms down, flat on top of the thighs
  • Inhale deeply
  • Exhale and bend the knees drawing the feet towards the torso
  • Place the soles of the feet together, clasp the hands over the feet interlocking the fingers pulling the feet closer and placing the heels against the perineum
  • The outer edge and small toe of each foot should touch the floor
  • Lower the knees to the floor and keep the back straight
  • Use the elbows to press down on the thighs if necessary to bring the calves and knees to the floor
  • Hold the posture breathing gently through the nostrils
  • Release the posture and sit with the legs extended out and hands on the thighs

Benefits :-

  • Regular practice of the baddhakon asan stretches the knees and stimulates circulation in the legs
  • It should be practiced frequently until one is comfortable sitting in the Padma asan.
  • The main areas of the body that are stimulated besides the legs are stomach, Pelvic and lower back
  • It  is said to keep the kidneys , Prostate, and Bladder healthy
  • The Baddha kona asan is one of the few posture the can be practiced comfortably soon after eating
  • Hold the posture from thirty seconds to two minutes depending on comfort.