You can clean your sinuses in a simple Yogic way with Jal Neti. Jal Neti: Helps to cleanse the respiratory system. It is one of the 6 Shatkarma methods or the purifying procedures to cleanse your nasal passage.
Yoga is a scientific body of knowledge from ancient times and includes asana as well as practices, techniques, and methods to help you rejuvenate your mind body and soul.
Today’s times have thrown us back to the basics of keeping our nasal and respiratory passages clean and disinfected. Yogic and Ayurvedic practices are used on a daily basis for body cleansing for maintenance and better performance.
Jal neti is a natural technique and a daily practice to prevent to avoid respiratory ailments and breathe well. Many office goers and yogis practice it as the first thing in the morning after brushing their teeth and having the first cup of tea or coffee.
What is Jal Neti Kriya?
Jal Neti is one of the most important “Shatkarmas” or purification methods.
“Jal Neti is a technique to cleanse the nasal path and for removal of any mucous and blockages. The procedure includes pouring of treated warm water from one nostril and flushing the water out from the other nostril. This cleanses out the nasal passage and allows you to breathe and feel better. It helps patients of Asthma, bronchitis, and sinuses to lead a healthier life.”Dr. Mathur- Sanjeevani Kaya Shodhan Sansthan
People practice it daily as it clears the respiratory tract from dirt and toxins which is hard to remove otherwise by just blowing out your nose. The impurities-clogged sinus cavities can cause infections, inflammation, and respiratory disorders. So cleansing in daily routine will help you to breathe better- allow more oxygen flow into your body cells, concentrate better at work, and remove irritability.
Benefits of Jal Neti Kriya
- Daily practice will keep the nasal passage clean and help to strengthen your respiratory system.
- It is an effective method of dealing with asthma and makes breathing easier.
- Jal Neti keeps the nose, ears, and eyes clear of infections.
- It helps the Bronchitis patients to breathe easily from the nose and keeps them inhaling from the mouth.
- It helps migraine patients as draws out the extra heat and has a cooling effect on the brain.
How to practice Jal Neti Kriya?
It is a very simple method. Use your Jal neti pot with an elongated nozzle or purchase one if you don’t have one.
- Heat water till it’s Luke-warm, and then pour it into the pot.
- Add a pinch of salt and stir.
NOTE: If you have nasal infection, inflammation, or bronchitis currently, then avoid salt and instead use Gur [in Hindi] – Jaggery.
- Dr. Ved Prakash takes us through the steps-
- You may use a sitting posture or stand in front of the sink, slightly bent.
- Tilt your head right and pour insert the Jal Neti Nozzle gently into the left nostril.
- Note: The conical part should be inside-enough your left nostril so that water does not flow out from the same nostril.
- Open your mouth to breathe. Tilt your head and find the position where the water starts flowing out from the other nose and flushes out.
- Use half the water in the pot and repeat the steps with the other nostril till the water finishes.
- Expel any water left inside by laughing and expelling out through a strong gush of breath from the mouth. Then let the reminiscent come out from the nostrils. Close your mouth and exhale strongly from the nose letting the gush of air out.
Cleaning your Pot after Use:
Clean your pot with soap water, wipe it, keep it inverted on a shelf, let water drain out, and let the nozzle dry.
- Add a pinch of salt in glass filled with Luke-warm water and gargle.
- Take a sip of water and keep it in your mouth.
- Tilt your head backwards and gargle- use breathing out method to keep the water moving in the throat.
- Spit out the water after a few seconds.
You can do kapalbhati after Jal Neti Kriya
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