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THE EASY BREATHING TECHNIQUE THAT CAN LOWER YOUR ANXIETY 44%

18 August, 2015

Ujjayi. Alternate nostril breathing. Deep, belly-filling inhalations. If you've ever felt a little silly during all those exercises at the beginning of yoga class, know you haven't wasted your breath—a new study suggests they can help ease depression and anxiety.

MEDITATE TO MASTER YOUR MIND

2 May, 2018

Recent studies have shown that people today live a longer life, but the overall quality of health is deteriorating, especially mental health.
A 2016 report shows that Indians have the longest working hours in the world - 52 hours a week, ahead of China, Japan and USA which average at 48,46,45 hours/week respectively.

YOGA FOR ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

9 May, 2018

Since the 1970s, meditation and other stress-reduction techniques have been studied as possible treatments for depression and anxiety. One such practice, yoga, has received less attention in the medical literature, though it has become increasingly popular in recent decades. One national survey estimated, for example, that about 7.5% of U.S. adults had tried yoga at least once, and that nearly 4% practiced yoga in the previous year.

HOLISTIC EDUCATION MAKES KIDS SMARTER!

17 May, 2018

By the time a person graduates from High School, they have spent an average of 4000 days in the Education system. An individual’s education and their experience in the Education system determines their future path in life. What kind of an education system actually creates smart well rounded kids ?

WORLD HYPERTENSION DAY 2018: A YOGA TEACHER TELLS YOU 5 WAYS TO BEAT HYPERTENSION

May 17, 2018

Hypertension is a state of high blood pressure. The condition increases the risk of heart diseases. Factors such as stress, obesity, excessive drinking, excessive smoking, lack of physical activity and family history of high blood pressure contribute to the condition.

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WORLD SCHIZOPHRENIA DAY 2018: CAN YOGA HELP SCHIZOPHRENICS?

May 24, 2018

Schizophrenia, one of the most serious mental disorders, ranks among the top ten causes of disease-related burden in the age group of 15-44, globally. Symptoms of schizophrenia are generally classified into positive (delusions, hallucinations and formal thought disorder) and negative (amotivation, anhedonia, emotional blunting and poor insight).

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MENSTRUAL HYGIENE DAY 2018: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR PERIODS

May 28, 2018

Reaching puberty is a significant milestone for all humans, as it begins a cascade of irreversible changes, both mental and physical. However, for women, it also means a monthly experience of menstruation, those 3-5 days of physical discomfort, low energy, and unstable emotions.

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2018: 3 WAYS MEDITATION HELPS YOU TRANSFORM THE ENVIRONMENT

June 5, 2018

Add a News Article with a short summary and a link. You can also add a video for extra engagement. BFor centuries meditation has been practiced around the globe by millions of people. These practices help one transform their inner as well as external environment. Wonder how?

NEUROCHEMISTRY OF ADDICTION AND HOW YOGA CAN HELP

26 June, 2018

We all have experiences in our life that make us happy, put a smile on our face, and give us a "high". It could be achieving a deadline at work, shopping, that warm chocolate cookie, or just curling up in front of our favourite TV show.

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LOOK OUT FOR THESE SIGNS OF DEPRESSION IN YOUR CHILD

Aug 21, 2018

Depression is a major public health issue in India with significant contribution to diseases, mortality and socioeconomic issues. According to a WHO report in 2017, India is home to 57 million people who are depressed.