I share with you the important Tibetan practice for your thyroid gland. This exercise provides increased blood flow to your thyroid gland, which will cleanse it and keep it healthy.
STEP 1 – Rub your palms well to warm them. Then carefully place your palms on the thyroid gland and hold them there for about ten seconds.
STEP 2 – You should swallow your saliva three times in a row or drink three sips of water.
STEP 3 – Exhale slowly. As you exhale, bend your head forward and press your chin to your chest as hard as possible. Hold your chin for a few seconds without breathing. When you start breathing, lift your chin and lower your head. Keep your head in this position for a while. Once you begin exhaling, press your chin to your chest again.
STEP 4 – While your chin is on your chest, slowly turn your head left and right, never removing your chin from your chest. This movement is an excellent massage of the thyroid gland.
Note: Your head rises when you inhale and goes down as you exhale.
Repeat the above steps of the Tibetan practice ten times.
You can practice it in either a sitting or standing position. I recommend practicing this excellent Tibetan practice often – several times a week. Your thyroid gland will be so thankful to you while its condition greatly improves.
Practicing this exercise is remarkably effective in cases of hypothyroidism.