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Try these yoga asanas to cure hearing problems

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Jun 09, 2016
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  • Ear problems are one of the most common ENT problems faced worldwide.
  • Ear pain, infection and tinnitus can cause hearing loss if left untreated.
  • Ear infection may sometimes cause extreme dizziness and loss of balance.
  • Yoga asanas can help relieve the symptoms and increase hearing power.

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Ear problems such as ear pain, ear infection, tinnitus and dizziness related to ear infections are very common problems all around the world. If untreated most of these problems can result in partial or complete hearing loss in persons suffering from these symptoms. It is very important to address these problems and find a cure for them.

 

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Yoga not only has cure for ear and hearing problems but it also claims to improve hearing over time by performing certain asanas. Yoga for ear problems or yoga for hearing loss may sound strange but certain yoga poses can be very effective. Here are some yoga poses to help you cure your hearing problems.

 

Tad asana for hearing problems

Tad asana, or the mountain pose improves blood circulation and gives you a boost of energy. It is also knows to ease pains throughout the body if done regularly and can help if you have an ear pain which has been bugging you for long.

 

How to perform this asana

  • Stand erect on the mat with your feet together and spine straight.
  • Rest your hands on the sides of your body with your palms touching your thighs.
  • Inhale deeply and move your hands above your head and join them, both palms touching each other.
  • Stretch your body upwards and try to balance on your toes if possible.
  • Maintain the pose for a count of 20 and then exhale and come back to the initial position.

 

Adhomukh svan asana for hearing problems

  • This pose, also known as downward dog pose is great for curing tinnitus or that persistent ringing sound in your ear.
  • How to perform this asana
  • Stand erect on the mat with your feet together and spine straight.
  • Rest your hands on the sides of your body with your palms facing your thighs.
  • Bend forward and keep breathing normally.
  • Bring your arms in front and place them on the mat, supporting your weight on your arms and legs.
  • Bend your head forward and stretch your legs backwards one at a time.
  • Inhale deeply and pull your stomach in.
  • Hold the position for a count of 30 and slowly come back to the initial position while exhaling.

 

Viparita Karan for hearing problems

Viparita Karan or legs up the wall pose is a very effective pose for all your ENT troubles. It increases blood flow to the head helping with ear troubles.

 

How to perform this asana

  • Place your yoga mat next to a wall and sit with legs folded, facing the wall.
  • Stretch your lower back slowly and rest it on the floor while extending your legs up and resting them against the wall.
  • Stretch out your hands on either sides of your body.
  • Close your eyes and breathe deeply.
  • Hold the pose as long as you feel comfortable.

 

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