How Is Yoga Beneficial For Your Health?

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A practice which creates a peaceful state for the mind and the body, Yoga is an ancient Indian discovery. The name originates from the Sanskrit word ‘yog’ meaning union. The practice depicts the harmonious union of the body and mind. Yoga is practised worldwide by kids, adults and senior citizens alike as it is the most effective, easy and calm method to soothe one’s senses. Yoga relies on our body’s ability to move through a series of different poses that require immense dedication and undivided concentration. With zero equipment usage for yoga, it is the world’s most hands-on exercise for rejuvenation and spiritual balance of the body and mind. But what makes yoga beneficial and important for one’s health? Given below are the five benefits of Yoga:

Strengthens Your Immune System

In today’s fast-paced world, stress is bound to occur in even the of fittest individuals. Doing yoga improves your immunity and makes your body function more efficiently. There are various toxins in our body that accumulate over time when we avoid eating healthy and stay away from exercise. Yoga aids in flushing these toxins out of our body and supplies adequate blood to the organs, increasing vitality and longevity.

Improves Emotional Health

Every form of exercise is designed to give the desired result. A study from Duke University portrays that yoga benefits individuals who suffer from depression, schizophrenia and other psychiatric illnesses. The daily dose of yoga encourages a healthy lifestyle, enhances the relationship with your peers and gives a feeling of satisfaction in life.

Provides Better Sleep

According to a study, yoga is one of the most effective exercises that help in providing better sleep and achieving a minimum of seven hours sleep every night.

Boosts Your Mood

Attending regular yoga sessions helps in boosting your confidence and creates a better mood throughout the day. Not only does it strengthen your memory but also contributes towards overcoming depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and stress.

Improves Flexibility

During the first day of class, you probably won’t be able to touch your toes or even backbend. But if you relentlessly work towards it, you will see the difference. Yoga not only helps in this but also improves the overall stature of your body and gives you a lean look, making it possible for you to try all the difficult poses with finesse.

Just remember, yoga is a continuous process providing excellent results if you keep practicing it. It is not a substitute for medicines; rather an antidote which fights all the bad toxins present in our body. The deeper you indulge in this practice, the more beneficial it will be for your body. Keep practicing yoga, embrace it completely and it will reward you with lifelong benefits.

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  1. Johanna says:

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