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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part H

Scientific review of study of Nadi Shodhan Pranayam

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Jain Rekha and Dr. Diwakar Abhinav
ABSTRACT:
Nadi shodhan is not a anulom vilom pranayam, its prior stage of pranayam. Without Nadi shodhan accurate results of pranayam alone not acieve. Nadi is a tubular like organ of the body like shira dhamni srotas. 72000 Nadi are difine in yog sastra. Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are three of the most important nadis. Nadi is chennal of subtle energy. Nadi may be correlate with brain and spinal cord. Nadi get blocked due to various reasons such as stress, toxins, faulty life style, physical and mental trauma. Word shudhi means purification or cleaning. The process by which these energy channels are purified is Nadi shdhan. Sages also define symptoms occurred after of Nadi shudhi. This symptoms appear in body internally and externally. External symptoms body become thin (excess fat dissolved and body become fit), glowing skin (due to oxy heamoglobin), sweating (metabolism increase and toxin relese through sweating), voice become sweet (remove mucus from respiratory track). Internal symptoms is all thirteen type of Agni get enhanced, due to vayu. Means endocrinal seactaions and digestive enzyme and digestive juice are secrete according their need in body. Other symptoms is introduce sags that is Nada-abhivyakti its means all body system are in resonance with each other. Resonance may be correlate with Physiology of endocrine, respiratory, nervous, digestive, circulatory, muscular system are work in their normal way in influence to gather. After Nadi shudhi mind become free from ailment and ready to understand ultimate aim of Yoga, is free from cycle of birth and death.
Pages: 407-408  |  149 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Jain Rekha, Dr. Diwakar Abhinav. Scientific review of study of Nadi Shodhan Pranayam. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):407-408.
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