How To Cure Hernia

This defect causes a bulging of the abdominal wall. This bulging is usually more noticeable when the abdominal muscles are tightened, thereby increasing the pressure in the abdomen. Any activities that increase intra-abdominal pressure can worsen a hernia; examples of such activities are lifting, coughing, or even straining to have a bowel movement. There are several reasons for this tendency. First, there is a natural anatomical weakness in the groin region which results from incomplete muscle coverage. Second, the upright position of human posture results in a greater force pushing toward the bottom of the abdomen, thereby increasing the stress on these weaker tissues. The combination of these factors over time breaks down the support tissues, enlarging any preexisting hole, or leads to a tear, resulting in a new hole.

Symptoms of Hernia

Symptoms of hernias vary, depending on the cause and the structures involved. Most begin as small, hardly noticeable breakthroughs. At first, they may be soft lumps under the skin, a little larger than a marble; there usually is no pain. Gradually, the pressure of the internal contents against the weak wall increases, and the size of the lump increases.
Early on, the hernia may be reducible – the protruding structures can be pushed back gently into their normal places. If those structures, however, cannot be returned to their normal locations through manipulation, the hernia is said to be irreducible, or incarcerated.

Yoga Treatment for Hernia

Asanas
Pawan muktasana
Utthan Pada Asana
Sarvanga Asana
Paschimothan Asana
Matsya Asana
Vajra Asana
Shashanka Asana
Ushtra Asana

Pranayama
Bhramari
Bhastrika with antar kumbhak
Anulom Viloma without kumbhak

Mudra and bandh
Ashwini mudra
Vajroli mudra
Mool bandh

Beside the above mentioned asana and pranayama practice of yoga nidra, concentration and meditation gives the best result.



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