The Most Effective Mudras for Acid Reflux

Hope you read our post on the best Yoga Poses for Acid Reflux. Today's post will be one the most effective mudras for acid reflux.

How Does Mudra Practice Help to Cure Acid Reflux?

Certain mudras help to relieve indigestion and aid in detoxification. Since mudra practice helps to promote calm, stress-induced acidity is also reduced.

Most Effective Mudras for Acid Reflux

Here are the most effective mudras for acid reflux:

1) Surabhi Mudra

surabhi mudra


  • Place your palms together.
  • Bring the tips of left hand's little finger and right hand's ring finger together.
  • Now, bring the tips of right hand's little finger and left hand's ring finger together.
  • Bring the tips of left hand's middle finger and right hand's index finger together.
  • With thumbs away from each other, bring the tips of right hand's middle finger and left hand's index finger together.

Practicing Surabhi Mudra during sunrise or sunset for 15 to 45 minutes maximizes the benefits.

2) Abana Mudra

Abana mudra

Practicing Abana Mudra for 15 to 30 minutes produces very good results in curing acid reflux.

3) Abanavayu Mudra

Perform the mudra twice a day for 15 minutes per session.

4) Prithvi Mudra


  • Assume Lotus Pose, Thunderbolt Pose or Easy Pose.
  • Bring the tips of ring finger and thumb together.
  • Keep the remaining fingers stretched.
  • Perform the mudra in both hands.
  • Perform the mudra for 30 to 45 minutes.

Regular practice of the above-mentioned 4 mudras for acid reflux helps to relieve you from acidity.

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