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Explore the World of Ayurvedic Health Tourism

Hosting the practices of Ayurveda, India is the most preferred location for holistic health tourism. The Ayurveda Tourism industry is growing fast and strong with four conceptual practices – Ayurveda Massages, Ayurveda Spas, Ayurveda Medicines and Diets, and Yoga.

by AyurvalleyI September 25, 2018
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Understanding the Levels of Meditation for Beginners

The world is occupied with more unhappy and frustrated people and with meditation, a state of peace can be developed. By controlling the mind, meditation could also be helpful in reducing emotions such as anger, fear, and painful thoughts. An individual who meditates recurrently will receive reflective benefits on their physical, mental, spiritual and emotional levels.

by AyurvalleyI September 11, 2018
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Yoga can Boost your Metabolism

Metabolism is a biochemical process by which the body converts food into energy. Yoga is not only a stress reliever but it can also boost metabolism from pose to pose, and this helps in burning more calories than that of a usual workout. Yoga works on you from the inside-out, at various levels. Yoga stimulates and strengthens the endocrine organs, revving up the metabolic rate further. Moreover, the poses are designed to melt fat deposits by stretching, compressing and twisting the body.

by AyurvalleyI August 6, 2018
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Learn the Eight Branches of Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga yoga is an eightfold path of Yoga that focuses on healthy living through Yoga, and it is coined by Maharishi Patanjali as a core essence of Yoga. This introduces the eight pillars of the yoga and gives a structured implementation according to the Yoga Sutras. The eight aspects form a sturdy structure, and it provides a complete spiritual yogic practice.

by AyurvalleyI June 25, 2018
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Yoga Exercises to Improve Eye Health

Yogic guidelines are productive both in healing and in prevention when it comes to eye exercises. Yoga provides a daily regimen of exercises that can rejuvenate your eyes and improve vision. For the ultimate health issues related to eyes, therapeutic measures in yoga can be practiced as it emphasis mainly on strengthening the eye muscles and enhancing eye focus.

by AyurvalleyI May 28, 2018
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How Yoga can Boost your Happiness

Yoga teaches us that happiness is always available to us, no matter what our circumstances. Research confirms the profound influence of yoga on the body and the mind. The mind-body connection achieved through yoga is one of the most effective and natural ways to treat stress and depression, and generates feelings of peace.

by AyurvalleyI April 27, 2018
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How Being Yoga Savvy Energizes Cancer Patients and Cancer Survivors

Therapeutic yoga poses geared for cancer patients is a great way to bring relief. As the interest in more holistic approaches to healing is growing, yoga treatment for patients and survivors is rising as one of the more fruitful strategies for battling the physical inconvenience of growth and disease treatment.

by AyurvalleyI February 22, 2018
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How to Get Sound and Restful Sleep with Ayurveda and Yoga

We spend almost a third of our lifetime asleep. With sleep, our body rests, detoxifies and rejuvenates. The careful regulation of sleep is essential to both cognitive and physiological functioning. Ayurveda identifies the importance of adequate sleep (neither too much or too little).

by AyurvalleyI January 12, 2018
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Here’s how Yoga can Help to Improve Women’s Health

Women are more prone to stress and anxiety than men. Yoga comes in as a supportive boon to manage and organize daily life, especially for women. In addition to boosting mental health and easing stress, here are some benefits that come with yoga.

by AyurvalleyI December 26, 2017
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5 Tips to Combat the Stress of High Blood Sugar

Unbalanced blood sugar, the root cause of diabetes, results in hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia, and weight gain. High blood sugar (hyperglycemia) increases the need to urinate, weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision and headaches. Stress, illness, infection or skipping insulin, lack of strenuous physical activity can increase your blood sugar. Over the years, Ayurveda has studied the root causes and analysed remedies for problems relating to unbalanced blood sugar.

by AyurvalleyI November 16, 2017
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