Fitness is of great importance to every human. Especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. People who weren’t spending too much time on their, they have been increasingly doing so. Thanks to India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for gifting Yoga to the World and encouraging people to take up.
While Ayurveda deals with healing the body in a natural process via natural herbs and ingredients, Yoga advocates the same idea. Ayurveda detoxify your body in a natural way while Yoga cleanses your mind and body.
People nowadays practice Yoga to stay fir and lose weight. But Yoga isn’t just about fitness. Since the pre-Vedic age, Yoga has been a prevalent form of meditation that promotes positivity and optimism and help you grow from within.
It flushes out toxins from your body, eliminates diseases and prevent you from the foreign particles from having any adverse effect on your body. It increases the blood flow to the farthest parts of your body, ultimately adding a natural glow to your skin.
When you practice Yoga, you work on your physical and mental health and regular practice helps you optimize, improve and maintain it. There are no secrets but people who practice Yoga enjoy sex or are good at it way more than those who don’t.
Yoga improves your nervous system, heart health, emotional health, boost immunity, aid digestion and strengthens bones. When you become an avid Yoga practitioner, you are on your way to living healthy, long and fruitful life.
Brain is the most complex organ in human body. It consists of two compounds- grey matter and white matter, responsible for cognitive functioning. As we age, grey matter decreases. As a result, brain power also decreases. Yoga helps you maintain the balance of grey and white matter to keep your brain power as sharp as it used to be when you were young.
Yoga is based on working on breathing and controlling it. Every one of its postures and stances discuss controlling the breath and relaxing. It is on the grounds that yogis believe that every human has a set number of breaths dispensed to them, and when you control your breath, you delay your life expectancy.
As we had mentioned, yogis believe that human has limited number of breaths. The faster we breathe, the more stressed we feel, and shorter our lifespan is. On the contrary, long and calm breathing brings balance and contributes to overall wellness.
Vata dosha is the point at which an outer element like unhealthy food, despondency, stress, strain, nervousness, and so forth, causes an irregularity to you and body and causes you to feel uncomfortable, irate, or miserable. Yoga is more about controlling the brain and body and helps fix the Vata dosha.
Lord Shiva was the first Yogi, named the Adiyogi. He planted the seeds of Yoga, promoted its practice, and bestowed its insight to seven individuals. These seven individuals are known as Saptrishis, and they had just a single maxim throughout everyday life: to spread the information on Yoga to the world. What's more, they did an extraordinary work!