Arthritis is a condition where inflammation happens in one or more joints of the body. Arthritis can be painful and can restrict the movement of the body. Symptoms of arthritis include pain, stiffness, and limited function of joints.
Arthritis generally occurs in elderly people and can equally affect both men and women. However, some arthritis like idiopathic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis affect kids and young adults as well.
Arthritis can be managed with the help of yoga therapy and other therapeutic treatments. Earlier diagnosis and treatment can help to prevent irreversible damage and disability of joints. Improvement of early arthritic symptoms with Pawanmuktasana anti-rheumatic series.
Researches have proved that certain exercises including 16 asanas set of Pawanmuktasana part 1 provide complete benefit to the musculoskeletal system and helps to reduce pain, disability and improves the quality of life of the patients.
Asanas included in Pawanmuktasana part one are:-
- Padanguli Naman (toe bending)
- Goolf Naman (ankle bending)
- Goolf Chakra (ankle rotation)
- Goolf Ghoornan (ankle crank)
- Janu Naman (knee bending)
- Janu Chakra (knee crank)
- Ardha Titali Asana (half butterfly)
- Shroni Chakra (hip rotation)
- Poorna Titali Asana (full butterfly)
- Mushtika Bandhana (hand clenching)
- Manibandha Naman (wrist bending)
- Manibandha Chakra (wrist joint rotation)
- Kehuni Naman (elbow bending)
- Kehuni Chakra (elbow rotation)
- Skandha Chakra (shoulder socket rotation)
- Greeva Sanchalana (neck movements)
These 16 asanas included in pawanmuktasana part 1 is a carefully designed series of asana which can be practiced by anybody, without worsening the existing ailment.
To know in detail about each asanas of Pawanmuktasana series 1.
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The main focus of this asana set is movement of each joint of the body. People who have limited or no joint mobility should practice this under the guidance and with the assistance of a yoga teacher. It is evident that regular practice of pawanmuktasana tones muscles eases the mobility of joints and improves venous circulation around the joints.
Along with the yoga practice, a healthy lifestyle and diet also plays a key role in alleviating arthritic symptoms. As a yoga practitioner, we have seen and observed the effectiveness of pawanmuktasana anti-arthritic series in various arthritic patients.
This series is very effective in controlling early symptoms of arthritis and improving the overall quality of life in an alternative way.