Yoga DVD for Migraine & Epilepsy By Swami Ramdev Ji
Yoga DVD for migraine & epilepsy is a combination of different yoga asana for migraine and epilepsy. It consists of simple yoga asana for migraine and epilepsy. Yoga is an ancient method of getting rid of migraine and other brain disorders such as epilepsy. Yoga helps to increase the supply of blood to the brain. It reduces epileptic attacks naturally. The yoga asana given in this DVD are easy and can be done at home anytime. Yoga for migraine helps to reduce migraine attacks. It increases the supply of oxygen to the brain and prevents recurrent attacks of migraine and epilepsy. It also gives information about exercise for epilepsy. Different yoga asana and exercise for epilepsy given in this DVD are safe and can be done regularly to get rid of recurrent attacks of migraine and epilepsy.
Yoga for migraine and epilepsy
Yoga DVD for migraine and epilepsy consists of different yoga asana for migraine. All yoga poses given in this DVD are safe and effective in natural controlling of migraine attacks. Yoga is an alternative therapy and safe to practice regularly. Important yoga poses given in this DVD are:
Hastapadasana (Standing Forward Bend): This is an excellent yoga pose for stimulating the normal functioning of the nervous system. This yoga pose increases the supply of blood and it also helps in calming the brain.
Setu Bandhasana (Bridge pose): This is an excellent pose that helps in reducing anxiety and also calms down the nervous system. It gives relief from migraine attacks by increasing oxygen supply to the brain.
Shishuasana (Child pose): The child pose is done regularly to calm down the brain. It also helps in reducing pain in head by increasing the supply of blood and oxygen to the brain.
Marjariasana (Cat Stretch): This is a wonderful pose that helps to improve circulation of blood. It relaxes mind and also provides relief from headache.
Paschimottanasana (Two legged forward bend): This pose calms down the brain and gives relief from stress. It is an excellent pose to get relief from epilepsy and migraine attacks.
Adho Mukha Svanasana (downward facing dog pose): This downward facing dog pose helps to increase blood circulation and relived headache. Continuous practice of this pose helps to prevent recurrent epileptic attacks.
Padmasana (Lotus Pose): The lotus pose relaxes mind and also give relief from headache. It is a wonderful pose to improve the functioning of nervous system.
Shavasana (Corpse pose): This pose rejuvenates the whole body. It is a state of meditative rest and it is a simple yoga pose that provide relief to your whole body. It calms down the brain and increases concentration.
It is a type of headache in which a person experiences pain on one side of the head. It may occur either on the left or right side. Sometimes, it also originates from the back of the head and spreads all over. There is no known cause of migraine headache. It generally occurs in women. It occurs due to weak metabolism, poor nutrition and lack of exercise. There is an intense pain in the head and an aura may be felt by the person before an attack comes. It is also associated with nausea and vomiting. In some cases, migraine attack also occurs due to gastric complaints. Therefore, there are different risk factors and one can also reduce the attacks of headache by reducing the different risk factors.
Epilepsy is a neurological problem and there is no known cause for it. There is some disturbance in the electrical conduction of messages in the brain that my produce an epileptic attack. It is said to be an auto immune problem and it may occur at any age. There is a great risk for the people who suffer from epilepsy. They cannot travel alone or go out without any assistance. Therefore, it is important to choose the right way of dealing with stress and getting rid of epileptic attacks. Proper nutrition is required for the optimum functioning of the brain.
Tips for preventing migraine and epilepsy
People suffering from recurrent attacks of migraine and epilepsy can also make certain lifestyle changes. A few home solutions are:
- A well balanced diet consisting of different nutrients is necessary for preventing recurrent attacks of headache and epilepsy. Proper food increases blood supply and oxygen to the brain.
- Migraine headaches are more experienced by the people who do not get enough sleep at night. It is important to sleep for seven to eight hours at night.
- People working in front of computers should take proper rest to prevent migraine and epilepsy attacks.
- One should avoid taking too many stimulants such ad coffee and tea to get headache relief. Such substances produce toxins in the body and can reduce oxygen supply to the brain.