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.
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).
The digestive fire is strongest during winter. The cold weather ignites the digestive fire, and the body requires more fuel to stay warm and healthy. In such cases, our body looks for nutritive diet, with larger quantities of food. The winter diet needs to be supportive and balance vata dosha and kapha doshas.
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.
Workplace stress causes anxiety, fatigue, increased anger, problems with relationships, inability to focus properly, stress headaches, insomnia and a variety of stress-related diseases. Stress at the job occurs when the mind, body or emotions receive an overload of stimulus.
Ayurveda and Yoga hold different but mutually supporting roles for each other. Ayurvedic guidelines help to create the lifestyle and understanding of the external world necessary to support and preserve health. Yogic guidelines support the spiritual perspective revealing that there is more to life than health, financial success and family life.
Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more of the joints. General symptoms of arthritis include joint pain and stiffness. The onset of arthritis can be gradual or sudden, with other symptoms such as redness, warmth, swelling, and decreased range of motion of the affected joints.
Sceptics call it just another exercise fad while advocates call it a lifestyle – irrespective of your outlook on yoga, you cannot deny its popularity. Perhaps its popularity stems from the fact that, unlike other exercise regimes,it focuses on the harmony between the human body, mental health and the spiritual being.
Known as the ultimate mind and body healing experience, Panchakarma is an Ayurvedic treatment which provides a full body detoxification and rejuvenation to restore balance and well-being.
Relaxed, calm, peaceful – these are just some of the few words we use to describe the good old days.When we think of our childhood or hear stories about our grandparents’ younger days, we can’t help but feel a longing for the simplerand happier past.