Yoga makes you say goodbye to worry

Yoga makes you say goodbye to worry

What is worry?

Worry is an unpleasant emotion that arises when a person fears that something will happen in the future.

It is a kind of fear of the uncertainty in front or the future.

  Many people believe that yoga is the best one among the many worries.

In fact, humans have a long history of potential pitfalls by practicing yoga.

  Worried Symptoms Some of the symptoms you worry about are those you feel when you are tired.

Physiologically, I am worried about severe people’s pulse and heart rate, mouth is easy to dry, shortness of breath and sweating.

Other symptoms such as diarrhea, phobias, throbbing (rapid and irregular beating), sweating and fainting also occur from time to time.

  Under the fact that some of the potential anxiety barriers are different, anxiety exhibits various manifestations of chaos.

Sometimes, due to excessive concerns, we instinctively establish some abnormal defense mechanisms.

Suddenly, some of the panic that arises from the phenomenon of fear suddenly appears for no apparent reason. Panic is caused by the artificial enlargement of fear and worry.

When a panic attack occurs (usually a sudden attack), it usually manifests as throbbing of the heart, fainting, prolonged breathing cycle, rapidness, etc.

Furthermore, there are three types of ruptures in panic attacks.

The first is called obtrusive (unexpected, sudden) chaos, and the second is accidental chaos, especially in situations that trigger neurological chaos, not when you are driving.

  Post-wound stress disorder can lead to those who have experienced severe fractures or tortures and experienced extreme events in their lives.

Extreme things may be raped, life safety is threatened, experienced severe natural disasters, etc. may cause stress obstacles after injury.

People suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder are often shrouded in the horrors of extreme events.

They are likely to have insomnia and are easily frightened.

  Obsessive-compulsive neurosis. Obsessive-compulsive neurodegeneration becomes real, and there will be very strong recurrences in your mind, which will irresistibly distort your thoughts and repetitive behaviors.

Repetitive behaviors include: rechecking certain things over and over again, calculating, and more typical monetization is the common “handwashing madness”. Their subconscious feel that everything must be done once and verified once.

  Phobia Phobia is caused by fear, and its typical realization is that it shows extreme irrational fears about some very common small things, common social phenomena, and so on.

Often, phobia is caused by an aversion to something.

  How does yoga help us overcome anxiety?

  We can easily find that yoga itself is a kind of low-speed exercise aimed at regulating breathing (making the breathing smooth and slow). These characteristics are in sharp contrast with all the features that are worried about. Reversing in the opposite direction just relieves and eliminates the worry.Adverse effects.

Practicing yoga not only prolongs the depth of our breathing, but more importantly it gives a powerful response to the root cause of worry from a spiritual level.

The hormonal response in the blood is replaced by resistant, consistent self-constraint.

The shortness of breath and the acceleration of the heartbeat pulse are smoothed by the gentle and steady supply of oxygen. Yoga helps the body to reduce the rate of metabolism.

Take corpse yoga as an example. Do you think yoga is not good for relieving anxiety?