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July 19, 2016

How Yoga Helps You Get Over Depression, Anxiety and Stress

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Depression, stress and anxiety are the three things which are interlinked with each other in some way or the other. In today’s world, due to the tremendous amount of work load and other responsibilities, everyone is going through some or the other kind of stress. It is a practical thing – we won’t get success and a good result in each and every field we go to. According to the human psychology, we tend to get sad and frustrated and this eventually leads to depression. Continuous failure even leads to more depression and anxiety and that time we are unable to even keep our mind stable enough to pull up our socks and do something better.

For precisely these situations when we need to calm down and do our work properly. The best way to deal with the entire scenario is Yoga. Practicing yoga will help you to concentrate better in your work and even to keep you healthy:

#1 Sukhasana (Easy Pose)
Sukhasana has some staggering favourable circumstances. Despite progressing groundedness and internal calm, for instance, it opens your hips, extends your spine, expands the state of tranquillity, quietness, and discards anxiety, quiets physical and mental exhaustion and tiredness. Focus on your breath while doing this pose and sit still with a straight spine for not less than 60 seconds.

#2 Salamba Sirsasana (Supported Headstand)
Sirsasana is known as the “lord of all asanas.” Inversions actually flip over your reality and give your cerebrum cells a new supply of blood. Consideration and vicinity are fundamental in this posture and hence an awesome approach to stop your musings and restore your viewpoint. Helpful adaptations of Sirsasana, finished with props, are a choice also.

#3 Uttana Shishosana (Extended Puppy Pose)
This stance is a half and half of Child’s Pose and Downward Facing Dog. It augments the spine and calms the mind and sustains the body. This stance in like manner mollifies symptoms of unending uneasiness, weight, and a dozing issue.

#4 Janu Sirsasana (Head-to-Knee Forward Bend)
A forward turn for all levels of understudies, Janu Sirsasana is also a spinal turn. This position calms the cerebrum and decreases wretchedness, anxiety, fatigue, headache, menstrual disservice and lack of sleep. You can do this stance with both arms pursuing the enlarged foot, or by rotating your centre sideways and growing the outer arm over your head.

#5 Bitilasana (Cow Pose)
Cow Pose is a basic, delicate way to warm up the spine. This stance is much of the time coordinated with Cat Pose on the inhale out for a delicate, spilling vinyasa. Despite alleviating extend and calming the mind, this stance in like manner: rubs and vitalizes organs in the stomach, like the kidneys and adrenal organs, and makes enthusiastic equality.

#6 Balasana (Child’s Pose)
Child’s Pose is a faultless parity position to reinforced headstand. Try sitting on the knees and contorting forward with arms forward or close by. Laying your sanctuary on the ground in this stance will ease additional uneasiness. It is a tranquil position that can be sequenced between all the more troublesome asanas. This stance ought to, in like manner, be conceivable with arms adjacent to the body rather than over the head. Do what feels best to you.

Follow the above yoga poses for a term to get better results. After a time you will get the results for yourselves.

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