A Long old Proverb, “Prevention Is Better Than Cure”, and how wonderful it is to know the miraculous preventive remedies for many modern diseases are hidden in our heritage? Behold our Indian heritage and culture are immensely rich and hold remedies for much from trivial to terrible diseases.
Yoga is an ancient Indian Heritage and is now a well-established scientific tool as preventive medication for therapy and healing from trivial to terrible diseases which are established by American Psychological Association also. Yoga is becoming a way of life and an inspiration for good health. It is also fascinating to know regular practising yoga is a prevention therapy for many diseases.
Now health care is not just limited to physical but also mental health problems and its thought-provoking realisation the remedy even for many severe problems is simply hidden in Vedic principles.
It is bewildering to know ADHD as sickness is increasing a new study published recently states ADHD diagnoses in children between the ages of 4 and 17 increased from 6.1% in 1997-1998 to 10.2% in 2015-2016, and is perhaps worrying some data.
With time every aspect of our lives is changing, from food to lifestyle. More screen time, swapping and switching from one platform to another is inhabiting anxiety and impatience. Research has shown that mindfulness helps us reduce anxiety and depression.
Mindfulness teaches us how to respond to stress with awareness of what is happening in the present moment, rather than simply acting instinctively, unaware of what emotions or motives may be driving that decision.
Many find that yoga can help relieve stress as well and improve mental clarity. Through focused breathing and concentration, body awareness improves helping many people become more aware of their physical and mental needs.
You know, practising yoga can help reduce symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) alongside other therapies like behaviour therapy. ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders in childhood. It is usually first diagnosed in childhood and often lasts into adulthood. Because yoga focuses on breath control and mindfulness, it can help people with ADHD stay present and remain focused.
+ It lowers stress levels
+ Helps in pain relief, especially in the lower back and neck areas
+relief from tension headache
+better mental health
Research reveals when the study was conducted on preschool going children with ADHD symptoms, practising yoga on schedule intervals resulted in;
+Reduction in inattentive symptoms
+Reduction in hyperactive-inattentive symptoms
Mindful meditation has shown & established effective positive results in treating patients with ADHD.