Aadi Mudra balances your sense organs and calms down your nervous system:

Steps to do it:
– Sit cross-legged on the floor while maintaining an erect spine.

– Rest your palms on your knees facing upwards.

– Place your thumb at the base of your little finger.

– Lightly wrap your fingers around the thumb.

– Inhale deeply for 3 to 5 minutes.

Regular practice of Aadi Mudra will increase the flow of oxygen to the head, throat and lungs. This helps in balancing all your sense organs and in calming your nerves.

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Dr. Greeshma Nair

Dr. Greeshma Nair(B.A.M.S) is a Staunch believer that Ayurveda is not merely a science but lifestyle too. Her holistic approach towards diagnosis and treatment is based on the root cause of disease and gives you a three-dimensional solution to a condition that includes Ahaar (diet), Vihaar (lifestyle) and Aushadhi (medicines).

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