Motion Sickness Cure: Alia Bhatt’s Trainer Explains THIS Yoga Method To Alleviate Unease When Flying

Travelling by car, airline, train, or ship may all abruptly cause motion sickness. It may result in a variety of symptoms, such as sweating, vomiting, dizziness, and moderate nausea. It occurs when your brain receives contradictory signals from your inner body, hearing, and sight. When you are being moved by a vehicle but your body remains still, you may get this syndrome.

Serious health problems are not caused by motion sickness. But in certain instances, even when they are not in cars, individuals still feel queasy and throw up. Low blood pressure, often known as hypotension, may result from frequent vomiting and dehydration. There are a number of do-it-yourself motion sickness cures available online, but one yoga pose has been recommended by a professional.

Anushka Parwani, a well-known celebrity yoga instructor who has trained several Bollywood celebrities, including Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor, Ananya Panday, and many more, presented a yoga mudra that may aid those who suffer from motion sickness while travelling. “Since ancient times, yoga mudras have been practiced to direct the flow of vital energy (prana) through the energy channels (nadis) in the human body,” she said in the description for the video.

She states in her article that while travelling and experiencing motion sickness, one must do Shunya Mudra. According to her, there are many health advantages associated with the Shunya Mudra, one of which is its ability to reduce motion sickness. Travel sickness symptoms like nausea are said to be lessened by doing the Shunya Mudra, which is said to help balance the body’s components and soothe the mind. “Next time you hit the road, avoid taking medication and instead start practicing the Shunya Mudra,” she said in closing.

How is Shunya Mudra practiced?
Position the middle finger’s tip at the thumb’s base.
Using your thumb, gently press down on the middle finger.
Breathe and sit comfortably.