With age, men tend to develop disorders related to prostate, which manifests in the form of difficulty in urination, frequent urination and at times pain. The condition can be managed to some extent by medicines, but beyond a certain stage surgery is considered as the only way out from this problem.
The yoga mudra we are going to talk about here not only relieves men from prostate disorders, but also helps women practitioners in menstrual pains. It is also helpful in problems related to lower abdomen and constipation.
This mudra is done in two steps, one after the other. To practice the first step, one should sit on the floor or on a chair with back straight. Now, join the tips of both ring fingers together. Next, bring together both the little fingers and thumbs and join them together, as shown in the below pic:
Stay in this position for 3-4 minutes. If possible, concentrate on breathing.
After this, gently shift to the step 2 of the mudra. For this, one should join the tips of both ring fingers and both thumbs together. Next, join the tips of the little fingers of both the hands together, as shown in the below pic:
Again, stay in this position for 3-4 minutes. If possible, concentrate on breathing.
One should practice the Maha-Sacral mudra for 2-3 times a day and should persevere with the practice for 3-4 months.