Silent Signals that you are stress out

Are you feeling overwhelmed, like you are losing control or need to take control? Do you find yourself feeling bad about yourself low self-esteem, lonely, worthless, and depressed? Are you getting Nervous and shaking, cold or sweaty hands and feet? It is signs that you need to seek professional help. Stress means different things to different people.

Techniques for dealing with stress
Namaskar from Yogashray Sewayatan
This issue of the natural pathway newsletter explains you how to manage stress generated disorders. People experience different levels of stress which may stem from personal events in their lives (financial problems, social, health concerns etc.) or at work. Stress of an individual depends on perception of the situation, past experience, presence or absence of social support, and individual differences. Stress has been defined as a physiologic reaction to uncomfortable physical or psychological condition. It is the number one enemy to every individual thus hampering any organisation’s productivity. In the workplace odd working hours, irregular food habits and difficult work situations are the major issues and concerns that cause stress. Yogashray conceived & devised techniques to counter stress through LDM Meditation Technique. In LDM meditation technique sound and light effects are also used which act as catalyst for healing the entire body-mind system. LDM meditation technique can turn back your biological clock, decreases the body’s production of stress hormones. When we do meditation, we can experience the light waiting for us within.

 

How to Manage Stress Generated Diseases 

 

Stress may be defined as any situation which tends to disturb the equilibrium between a lining organization and its environment. Stress can lead to changes in the serum level of many hormones including Gluco corticoids, Catecholamine, growth hormones and prolactin and Gonado tropins. This leads to increased cardio output, skeletal muscle blood flow, sodium retention, redefined intestinal motility, cutaneous vasoconstriction, Bronchodilation, Thyroid function is regulated during stress.
Prolong over stress is dangerous to our life as it may lead to endocrine related disorders. Stress attacks when you are alone. Continuous physical and mental strain, regular anger, frustration, severe excitement and tension for a prolong period are the major factor for stress and stress related disease. As far as symptomlogy of stress is concerned they may be in psychic (fear, anxiety, insomnia, hyper), psychosomatic (perpetration for hypertension), Somatic affected organs (Hyperthyroidism) and Organic.
 
Stress affects both mental and physical health equally, the two should not be seen as a separate entity.
 
When we experience excessive stress whether from internal worry or external circumstance—a bodily reaction is triggered, called the “fight or flight” response refers to a physiological reaction that occurs in the presence of something that is terrifying, either mentally or physically. When our fight or flight system is activated, we tend to perceive everything in our environment as a possible threat to our survival.
De-stress techniques through Meditation, Yoga, Naturopathy, Diet Therapy is the safest way of treating the stress.
Longduration Deep Meditation technique is the ultimate pathway to reach to the healing state of mind. When you meditate, you are fully awake, exploring your inner dimensions, letting go of the stress from your body allowing yourself to experience your breathing in a peaceful state. When the mind is silent and no longer distractions are there, meditation deepens. LDM technique helps in alleviating hypotension and hypertension by allowing the blood vessels to relax and improve blood circulation.

Naturopathy

Hydrotherapy treatments to alleviate body tension, muscle soreness and joint stiffness and instill a sense of calm. Foot baths induce relaxation by decreasing that stress response; the ‘fight or flight’ part of our nervous system was able to calm down. Cold spinal bath daily for 30 minutes. Full body massage once a while, generally relaxes and is also beneficial.
 Stress causes a surge of cortisol in the body, which can lead to increased inflammation in the skin. Mud treatment to abdomen and eyes, full mud bath can relieve stress, ease the body and calm the mind, helps in increasing the blood circulation and energizing the skin tissues.
Ayurveda Panchkarma 
Abhyangam therapy tones up the nervous system influences respiration and quickens the elimination of toxins from body through eliminiative organs. It also boosts blood circulation & metabolic processes. Ayurveda panchkarma therapies activates parasympathetic nervous system which may stimulate the release of endorphin and serotonin.

Yoga

A regular physical exercise such as walking, yoga and pranayama. Yoga poses not only calm and rejuvenate the mind, but also help in refreshing the body. Brings about harmony between body, mind and soul, promotes the process of self-healing controls blood pressure and improves functioning of the nervous system which relieves stress and anxiety.

Dhanurasana(BowPose),  Matsyasana (Fish Pose),  Janu Shirsasana (One-Legged Forward Bend), Setubandhasana (Bridge Pose), Marjariasana(CatStretch), Paschimottanasana (Two-Legged Forward Bend), Hastapadasana (Standing Forward Bend), Adhomukha Shwanasana (Downward Facing Dog), Shirshasana (Headstand)Shavasana (Corpse Pose) 
Mudra Pranayam
 
This Pranayam technique which enriches the blood with oxygen, purifies the blood and strengthens the respiratory system and balances the nervous system. It helps to relieve nervousness and headaches. There are many variations of Mudra Pranayam with more advanced techniques incorporate breath retention and specific duration ratios for the inhalation and exhalation.
Diet Therapy 

When it comes to coping with stress levels, what you eat may actually help relieve your tension. You body required more nutrients, vitamins, which affect the nervous system. Avoid caffeine which causes nervousness and  can inhibits sleep. After a stressful period our body go into a ‘recovery mode’ due which increases appetite and food cravings. Managing stress levels through nutrition and diet can help your body recover from stressful periods. Citrus fruits provide plenty of vitamin C, another stress-busting antioxidant, vitamins B can help to reduce stress.,  Almonds, pistachios, and walnuts can lower blood pressure levels. 

Patient’s Naturecure Experience
Durgesh Vijaivargia 53yrs gentlemen from Jaipur, Rajasthan. Businessmen
He presented to us with Chronic insomnia, Depression. He had chronic insomnia for about about last 25 years for which he took all sorts of treatments but it did absolutely nothing to improve his sleep. Then he took treatment at Yogashray Sewayatan for 21 days. Specially after attending LDM Meditation session he was surprised to see significant change in his sleep that without taking any medication he was able to have sound sleep and was  revert to normal routine of sleeping. Naturopathy treatment, Meditation, Yoga along with lifestyle & diet  modification helped him in regain adequate and sound sleep.
Please write back to us on info@yogashraysewayatan.com for any feedback, queries.

 


Editorial Board :- Yogacharya Smt. Sunita Sharma, Dr. Nandini Bharadwaj, Dr. Trilok Sharma,  Naturocure & Yoga expert Poonam Sharma