Yoga VCD for Leucoderma

yoga for leucoderma

Yoga VCD for Leucoderma By Swami Ramdev ji in Hindi

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DVD for Skin Diseases by Swami Ramdev Ji in English & Hindi both in one DVD

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Leucoderma is made up from two words combined together as Leuco + derma. And so their individual meanings can be understood as follows in which Leuco means 'white' and 'derma' means 'skin', therefore Leucoderma means abnormal whiteness of the skin. This disease is usually very difficult to treat. If the patient and the physician treat this disease for a long time with patience, it is possible to cure it. During the treatment very small blackish spots appear in the white patches. These spots keep spreading and the skin gradually becomes normal. The abnormal whiteness disappears. In this way, the disease is cured. It is not an infectious disease. Only the skin becomes white.

But as per ayurvedic terminology this is known as the Shaevet Pradar. Although this diseases is very difficult to treat by using the modern medical science but ayurveda offers a great deal of scope and vastness to treat the following disease. And so swami ji in this VCD explain briefly what is Leucoderma, how it is caused, who are at risk, can it be preventing. Etc. also swami ji describes various type of yogic asanas or the yogic postures that are greatly helpful for the treatment of Leucoderma:

  • Bhastrika Pranayama:
    • Slowly close your eyes.
    • Now begin to inhale deeply through both the nostrils.
    • Follow this up with exhalation.
  • Kapalbhati Pranayama:
    • Begin by a series of quick breathing exhalations accompanied by an inward drawing motion of your stomach.
  • Baharya Pranayama:
    • Inhale deeply so as to allow the fresh air to fill up lungs fully, hold this position for a few moments, and then exhale forcefully.
  • Anulom Vilom:
    • Breathe from a single-nostril.
    • Pressing right nostril with thumb, inhale deeply, through the left nostril, followed by inhalation through the right nostril.
  • Agnisaar:
    • Inhale deeply but slowly, pushing stomach muscles outward, filling up stomach with air.
    • Now exhale deeply, hold breath and move stomach in and out vigorously as many times as possible, before releasing it and allowing air to fill up lungs.
  • Bharamari Pranayama:
    • Close eyes and plug ears tightly with the thumbs of both hands.
    • Put the forefingers on forehead, over eyebrows, and the middle fingers of the two hands right on the closed eyes.
    • Inhale deeply and say “OM”, without opening mouth, so as to make a humming sound that travels from mouth to ears.
  • Udgeeth Pranayama:
    • After closing eyes, place hands on knees.
    • Take a deep breath in and then exhale, saying ”OM”, stress on the syllable “O” as long as the breath lasts, utter the syllable “M” right at the end.
    • Thereafter, rub hands vigorously to generate heat and place them on eyes.
    • While doing the breathing exercises direct the energy generated towards the affected parts of the skin by thinking about its well being to obtain the best results.