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Yoga for good health

In today’s speedy world, everything can be known with a click of a button. Right from the working sector to students, a day-long work with smart phones, tablets, and laptops has become a common routine. How many of these are able to keep themselves fit as a fiddle or can make a perfect balance between their work or studies with that of their family and friends, we keep our fingers crossed.

In spite of doing desk jobs round the clock, working men and women also meet a lot of challenging people and tasks in their routine. The effort they take to tackle these tricky situations nevertheless end up giving them a stressful life. Stress eventually makes people develop fatigue resulting in eating out. Moreover eat outs have become a status symbol and especially fast and junk food varieties which are of high calories, attract youngsters as well as middle aged people. The best way to burn the calories accumulated because of this lifestyle and to prevent from different ailments is to practice yoga. But yoga can never be a substitute for medicine

Practicing yoga not only helps develop the body and mind, it also gives a lot of health benefits.. We all know that practice makes perfect, but an imperfect practice would always make us remain as imperfect individuals. So it is always mandatory for one to learn and practice yoga postures under the supervision of a well trained yoga instructor.

People are generally under the impression that yoga is nothing but doing different asanas (poses). Yoga actually offers a unity of body, mind and breath. There is an assurance for one to lead a happy and contented life when a perfect focus is made on the following.

  1. Understanding Yoga A right perspective towards yoga and an adequate amount of practice would definitely be an eye-opener for an individual. Read books or visit websites on yoga and try to understand what yoga is all about. Visit Yoga centres and observe people already doing it.
  2. Correct postures Yoga practiced on a daily routine keeps the body strong, supple and flexible. It also stretches and tones the body muscles. It corrects the body posture while you stand, sit, sleep or walk. Ultimately you can be relieved from the pain developed out of incorrect postures.
  3. Weight Management Yoga gives a strong and flexible physic, glowing skin, peaceful mind and a good health. Yoga keeps a watch on our weight, making us sensitive to the food our body craves for..
  4. Stress relief and happiness 15 to 30 minutes of yoga during the day can help us to combat stress – in both body and mind. Yoga postures, pranayama and meditation are effective techniques to release stress. Once the stress gets busted out, the inner harmony is restored. So there is no place for negative traits like hatred or anger, ailments like Blood Pressure and end up by developing a cordial relationship with each and everyone in your life.
  5. Rejuvenation we literally get worn out due to our busy work throughout a hectic day, doing multi tasks. A few minutes of yoga everyday provides the secret to feeling fresh and energetic even after a long day. Yoga done for a good period of time would for sure rejuvenate our body and retains it refreshed and recharged every now and then.
  6. Alertness The mind needs to be constantly involved in activities swinging from the past to the future – but never staying in the present. It is a tossing difficulty for such a mind to be alert at all times. A good practice of meditation would always ensure alertness and intuitiveness to yield success.
  7. Immunity and wellness when a perfect blend of body, mind and breath is obtained through yoga, an automatic massaging and strengthening of the inner organs takes place. Thus your overall immunity increases. The strengthened immune system never allows any external forces to attack you and in turn wellness is maintained.

Some important yogasanas (yoga poses)

Shav asana ( relaxation pose), Bhujangasana ( the cobra pose),  Adho Mukha Svanasana (The Downward Facing Dog Pose), Balasana( the child pose), Uttasana( the forward bending pose) are the five important poses of yogasana which give benefits such as rejuvenating body, mind and soul, relieve back pain  and strengthens spine, relieving congestion and increase blood circulation to sinus, cures headache, and soothes the nervous system respectively.

Better to be late than never; it is high time for you to learn and practice yoga to live a life of enlightenment.


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