Tuesday, December 31

Yoga for Pain

Is Yoga really a cure for pain? What kind of Yoga teacher should you visit for pain management? What style of Yoga would be best, if you are constantly feeling pain? In which cases would Yoga not be advisable for students in severe pain? Let's look at some pain management solutions that Yoga has to offer.

Is Yoga really a cure for pain? Many Yoga students swear by the results they have received from regularly attending Yoga classes, two or three times per week. In truth, Yoga has its limits - just like any diet. Can you imagine if you were going to diet wisely once a week? You can imagine the results.

Therefore, the real dilemma, with Yoga practice, is getting a student to practice on a regular basis. Also, Yoga, much like any prescription drug, cannot promise to be a "cure-all" for every ailment. Yoga can promise to be a diversion from pain and help students to manage it better, with no adverse side effects.
The lifestyle changes that occur after regularly practicing Yoga, will cause Yoga students to evaluate everything they do, and everything they eat. Yoga is not just another exercise program or some fad that just came along within the least decade. According to some archaeological findings, Yoga has been in existence for over 5000 years. Show me an exercise fad with those credentials!

What kind of Yoga teacher should you visit for pain management? The Yoga teacher you select, for pain management, should be knowledgeable in the use of props. The prospective Yoga teacher should understand that each posture can be modified for the needs of the specific student. In other words, if you detect a "it's my way or the highway" attitude, get as far away from that Yoga teacher as you can.
The most important component in a Yoga teacher's personality, who helps students with ailments, is compassion. If you don't see, feel, or hear any compassion, this is the wrong match for your needs. Yoga can be customized for the specific needs of students. The Yoga teacher, who has not yet felt any pain, is going to have less empathy for students who are in pain. So, an "elite" Yoga teacher, who can perform every asana imaginable, and has the body of a competing Olympic gymnast, may not exactly understand your pain.
What style of Yoga would be best, if you are constantly feeling pain? There are a number of styles to consider that can be easily customized for your specific needs. Here are a few to consider: Restorative Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, Yoga Therapy, and Tri-Yoga. Please keep in mind that these styles will vary according to the Yoga teacher's interpretation of the style's principles.

In which cases would Yoga not be advisable for students in severe pain? Sometimes, physicians do not recommend Yoga in cases of severe pain, such as in the case of extremely severe arthritis. The reasoning is that any movement will cause a great deal of pain in the joints. If your physician tells you not to practice a gentle form of Yoga, you should at least ask why. If you are not satisfied with the answer, you should seek a second opinion.

If you are feeling pain, and want to take positive action, you should consult your physician, and if agreed by your physician, explore your options with a local Yoga teacher, who teaches a gentle style and has a history of helping Yoga students with ailments.

Sunday, December 30

Yoga A Stressbuster

Our technology has become so advance and it has given so many benefits and managed our time,but on the other hand it brought us various diseases and pain. Few years back,we did our household task with our hands,but today electric mop,dish washer,chapatti maker and so many machines are available in the market. Things are very easy,on the other hand its worst affects are in front of us. Now we can not live without cars,remote controls and elevators. To get the maximum out of it and be healthy all our lives,one must change its lifestyle. We must do those exercises designed to improve maintain the body glandular function to attain a good health

In ancient times,Yogis used the breathing techniques to relax the mind and body. As per yogis breathing is the source of life in the body.Breathing is essential and one of the three structures in yogas. As we know that a properly aligned body is much easier and comfortable to live in stress is largest contributing factor to almost all the diseases like cardiovascular diseases, depression,diabetes.and hyper tension. Yoga strengthen muscles ,increase flexibility and help you sleep better. Yoga is a technique to balance the system of your body. It is an  oldest practice of self development. This ancient practice need nothing,but commitment to yourself. Yoga poses help to loosen the tight muscle in your body.

There are various kinds of yoga, most revolve around the same principal. Inhaling and exhaling techniques soothes the mind, relax the body and release it from all the stresses and tension. Deep breathing techniques brings more oxygen to the body and nourish the cells. If you are lacking the nutrients,you will function better and feel more energized. Yogas effects are not instantly,but gradually. Give 15 to 30 minutes to yourself in the morning for this ancient sport. Be committed to yourself in the morning. As you learn to focus on breathe and see all that is positive about your life.

Monday, November 26

Yoga - How to cure Acne ?

As we all know that stress is the root cause of all the diseases and acne is also the culprit of the same. Acne is an abnormal skin condition where the pores of the skin get blocked mainly with the oil, dirt and bacteria. Normally those people who eat a lot of oily food suffer from the problem of acne. Acne is the result of poor digestion.Acne mainly shows on face and chest area.

 Now the question arises how to get rid of acne? The answer is -Yoga.

Can yoga cure acne? The answer is no.

But yoga can help to solve this very problem. Yoga is an ancient art that has been recommended for its numerous advantages. It is very relaxing form of exercise.Yoga helps the people to harmonize the working of mind and body.

This holistic treatment is used for the betterment of one's life. Yoga is renowned for the treatment of acne. Yoga increase the blood flow all over the body and face. When blood is flowing continuously, it replaces old blood cells with new ones. This ancient practice helps in cleansing the body and treats acne.

Yoga helps in the removal of toxins from the body and provide nutrients to the skin which improves the skin texture. Certain postures like  the salambha,sarvangasna and uttanasna,which ensure that you can reduce acne at great extent.

Yoga has been proved as weapon for acne.But there numerous home remedies that works also for acne :-
*Wash your face many times in a day .
*Make a paste of ripened papaya with water. Massage this paste on your face .When the paste will begin to dry, wash it up with clean water.
*Ground orange peel with water to make a paste and applied to the acne .Your face will be free from acne again.
*Take some green leaves of Tulsi. Make a paste of it with water and apply it on acne affected area.Stay it for 5 minutes and wash it with clean water.
*Another cool thing which can not be out of beauty regime i.e.cucumber.Apply it as a mask and leave it for 30 minutes.

Apart from all this change of lifestyle also matters. Don't take too much oil in your food. Avoid junk food. Increase your water intake and drink at least two litres per day. This should keep the skin hydrated. Take lots of fruits and veggies in your diet.

So the daily practice of yoga will give you fruitful results to get rid of Acne.

Thursday, November 22

Yoga - Stress & Yoga ?

In this modern world our life is full of stress and challenges. To get rid of this tension we must have to do exercise. As we all know that exercise is a part of our life that we have to do  to have a healthy mind and body. Now the question arises what type of exercise we should do ?And the answer is -YOGA.

Yoga is a science that has been practiced for 1000 years. It is one of the most ancient heritage of India. It is a spiritual,traditional and mental discipline, originated in ancient India.So this healing process has been gifted down to us with some purpose and reason. Today yoga has become a powerful weapon to our hectic lifestyle. It relaxes both mind and body. This Sanskrit word "Yoga" has many meanings.The word itself is derived from 'Sanskrit' which means "union of individual". This ancient concept provides all-round benefit to human body. Yoga basically consists of  meditation, postures and pranayama( breathing exercises),all these applied to achieve harmony between mind and body.

Yoga has manifold benefits, Postures strengthen and align the body. It also boost immunity and increase the blood flow to the various organs. Meditation and breathing techniques help to maintain mental discipline, It is that practice that helps works for our inner organs in thorough manner.

Yoga is believed to massage all the organs of the body. With daily practice of this,too much fat is reduced. It increases intake of oxygen, and enhances the functioning of respiratory and digestive system.

Yoga makes the body more flexible and helps you to relax even in the midst of stress stricken atmosphere. The ultimate goal of yoga is to attain self enlightenment. Yoga gives you strength ,confidence and inner psychological peace. Researchers have discovered that regular practice of yoga may produce many health benefits and it changes your life.

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