Mudras: Mudra of asthma and bronchial Mudra

With the arrival of spring allergy problems are multiplying. In some cases they are more than annoying itching of eyes or nose, and there are those who suffer respiratory problems. You have the properties of these two mudras that will help you improve your health.

respiratory mudras

Bronchial mudra

With both hands: placing the little finger in the root of your thumb, the ring next to the upper joint of the thumb and the middle in the yolk of the thumb finger.

Practice this mudra 4-6 minutes if you have an acute asthma attack and then passes to the mudra of asthma until breathing returns to normal. For a long term treatment, practice both mudras 5 times a day, for 5 minutes.

Mudra of asthma

With both hands: join two phalanges of middle fingers and keep them pressed while the other permermanecen extended.


  • Avoid breathing through the mouth when it's cold, because the bronchial tubes become inflamed and fill with mucus.
  • Do not ever go in a hurry, any kind of stress activates the adrenaline-secreting glands, which favors the mucus and the contraction of the bronchi.
  • Don't smoke.
  • Don't take drugs that weaken the immune system, such as antibiotics, and less if there is no infection.

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By • Apr 17, 2013 • section: Practice