Yoga to Overcome the Effects of Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic shook the daily routines and “normal” lifestyle patterns of the individuals. From Dietary, Activity to Sleep schedules, every part of healthy living was altered with massive lockdowns and psycho-social changes induced by the pandemic.
Lifestyle practices, like Yoga, can enhance resilience and either prevent depression or lower its severity in the event of significant stress upon mind pertaining to the unavoidable circumstances like a Pandemic.

Ayurveda and Yoga in Covid-19 Management: Experience Sharing

Ayurveda and Yoga flip sides of a single coin that collectively help us attain harmony between mind, body and soul. Ayurveda is the physical face of Yoga and Yoga is the spiritual face of Ayurveda”. A combined module of “Ayuryoga” should be followed for achieving holistic health and wellness amidst this pandemic and every day in general.

COVID-19: Effect on Lifestyle Related Diseases

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the usual routines of lives, hauling over our lifestyle habits and subjecting us to a greater risk of catching as well as worsening existing lifestyle-related diseases. These diseases are some bodily and psychological ailments that are primarily based on the day to day habits of people. These habits are activities that push us towards a sedentary routine which can possibly land us with a number of health issues. This in turn can lead to certain chronic non-communicable diseases that can have near life-threatening consequences.

Yoga For Better Sleep!

There is a lot of misconception among people that they can substitute sleep with certain practices or 20 min. of meditation or Shavasana equals 7 hours of sleep, which is entirely false. Nothing can substitute a good amount of sleep that our body needs on a daily basis,” – Prof. R S Bhogal.

Yoga and the Human Systems

Viruses attack the weak systems, Immunity is a part and parcel that we need in order to keep the entirety of Human System strong, both the physical and the spiritual components together spell for a healthy system. Moreover, human system is much like a Computer system.

Yoga For Mental Health

To think, perform, interact and enjoy life in all of its entirety one has to take care of both internal and external upkeep of the body. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the brunt of psycho-social problems like anxiety, stress and depression among the masses, hence, practicing Yoga may help in alleviating the stress-related problems and is also effective in managing psycho-social problems like stress, anxiety, depression, sleep-related problems, aggression, poor attention, behavioural problems, and more.

Gandhian Principles – Your Nooks for A Healthy Lifestyle

Mahatma Gandhi was a source of great knowledge. One who studies Gandhi closely will learn that his principles teach us the art of living a healthy lifestyle. His idea of Ahimsa and Satya are two pillars that set a man free from evils created by society and imposed by self.

World Heart Day: Yoga For A Healthy Heart

In India, Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including CVDs, are estimated to account for 60% of total adult deaths wherein CVDs alone account for over a quarter (26%) of these deaths. Yoga is a perfect remedy to control, prevent and reduce the risks of heart related diseases ensuring a healthy and long life.

Yoga And Wellness As An Industry

Yoga as a wellness business is a fast-growing industry when it comes to holistic health. The Sociological and Psychological factors propelling the millennials to follow the trend of Wellness have developed since over a decade including the individual’s aspiration for Social Acceptance and Collective Welfare.