Stress is a normal psychological and physical response to the day-to-day demands of life. The feeling of being overloaded with mental or emotional pressure can turn into stress when you feel unable to cope. While a certain level of stress can be motivational for one person, the same level may overwhelm someone else.Too much stress causes the body’s defence system – known as “fight-or-flight” – to kick in. The nervous system releases a flood of stress
It’s more important in today’s unprecedented situation to focus on mental health just like physical health. Ayurveda promotes multiple preventive approaches in order to stay healthy and happy. Ayurveda promotes an appropriate lifestyle, good eating/drinking habits, use of herbs and spices in food and integrate contemplation in your life. Ayurveda believes prevention is best and first approach.It’s important to stay relaxed physically as well as mentally in the current restrictions and social distancing. Apart from
Basic principle of Ayurveda revolves around 3 doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) that governs not only our own constitution, but everything else in the cosmos too. Instead of winter, spring and summer, we can break the seasons into vata season, which goes from late fall into early winter; Kapha season, from winter into spring and pitta season, which includes from summer into early fall. In season, one dosha is elevated and dominant as compare to
Do you struggle to get through your day? Do you feel heavy and dense? Are you tired from being tired?
You are not alone! Of course, we all experience some degree of tiredness from today’s lifestyle. Fatigue is a term used to describe prolonged tiredness and serious lack of energy. Fatigue’s that almost overwhelming physical, emotional and mental tiredness. It may be caused by lack of sleep, your medications, depression, your actual condition e.g. thyroid, anaemia etc or just the very fact of living with persistent pain. Fatigue can make everyday activities seem too hard