Outbreaks of the corona virus continue worldwide. The ban imposed in some places is still in force.
Having to spend so much free time in this way, along with the fear of corona, people have also shown symptoms of various mental problems. It is normal to have fear, panic, sleep problems and nervousness in the current abnormal condition. However, experts say that constant fear, anxiety, nervousness, heart palpitations, difficulty breathing, dry mouth and feeling unnecessarily anxious can lead to anxiety disorders.
According to experts, depression, depression, sleep problems, loss of appetite, and negative thoughts are more likely to be a symptom of depression.
Although severe mental illness does not seem to increase, it can be exacerbated by increased stress. It has been found that those who are taking psychiatric drugs for a long time have suddenly stopped taking the medicine and have not been able to follow up with psychiatrists and psychologists.
The 5000-year-old practices of yoga and meditation exercises can be applied to contemporary substance abuse treatment. Furthermore, they can support recovery from a range of mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, and the after-effects of trauma.
Yoga teacher says that yoga also plays an important role in being mentally healthy. Yoga and meditation are non-pharmaceutical, sustainable, evidence-based approaches that help people get healthier. These practices help them heal physically, emotionally and spiritually. They do so by directly impacting for developing brains, bodies, and nervous systems.
Researchers believe that yoga’s combination of slow movement and conscious breathing calms the nervous system. Thus, yoga activates the relaxation response via the vagus nerve which helps to control the digest system.
Yoga improves posture and emphasizes deep breathing. As a result, it helps improve the way we stand, move, and breathe. This is particularly important for teenagers, because they spend so much time hunched over their phones and computers.
Yoga has been shown to increase stress resilience and feelings of connection. Therefore, it protects against depression. Researchers believe this effect is due to the stimulation of the vagus nerve, produced by the conscious movement and breathing practiced in yoga. There are many types of yoga.
Pranayama is the most important for such people. It involves taking deep and long breaths and exhaling. Similarly, pulse correction method is also useful. This method works by getting oxygen to the brain. It activates the patient’s hormones like endorphins, serotonin, dopamine and turns them into joy, happiness and excitement.
This pranayama is suitable for 20 to 25 minutes. Meditation can also be done in the same way. You can gradually increase the time by meditating for 10 to 20 minutes at the beginning. You need to keep busy during this time, whether with family, friends, or whatever you like. It can be mentally and physically healthy by doing physical exercise, yoga, meditation together for some time.
The Kundalini Yoga practice known as Kirtan Kriya can also decrease symptoms of depression and improve mental health. Kundalini Yoga is known for its ability to support people in healing from addiction.
Specifically, Kundalini Yoga includes practices designed specifically to break addictive habits and reduce stress. Consequently, the combination of breath work, mudra (hand gestures with specific meanings), mantra (chanting), postures, and meditation positively impacts the nervous system.
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