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Sleep Basics

Sleep can help people fight the negative effects of stress and tiredness more effectively every day. It’s something that alters the consciousness of an individual while resting during evening hours. This naturally recurring state allows the mental health and body of a person to be rejuvenated regularly every morning. If people will never sleep regularly …

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Increasing Brain Energy and Mood With Nutrition and Nootropics

There are many things that change in the brain and that are responsible for the changes we see in our abilities and our personalities. Many of these can be somewhat mitigated by the right nutrient and/or supplement regime however and when nutrients, herbs or medications are used in this way they’re referred to as ‘nootropics’ …

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The Power of The Breath

Your brain cannot function without oxygen. Your heart needs a steady supply of oxygen-rich blood to keep it beating, and your cells ought to be receiving enough oxygen to stay alive. Poor breathing can cause your brain to go into a so-called “fight or flight” reaction. Your brain is only able to function effectively while …

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Anuloma Viloma Pranayama

Swami Kuvalyanand once said: “Yoga has a message for the human body, for the human mind and the human spirit.” This is a truism as a healthy body is the prime requisite for success and happiness in life. People are increasingly being convinced that yoga makes for good health, contentment and happiness in present day …

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Surya Namaskar

One of the all-around yoga exercises is the 12-step salute to the sun. Do it once or twice when you get up in the morning to help relieve stiffness and invigorate the body. Multiple repetitions at night will help you to relax; insomniacs often find that six to 12 rounds help them fall asleep. 1. …

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Yama & NiYama in Yoga

Yoga defines yama and niyama as the positive and negative aspects of behavior, respectively. Traditional texts mention ten yamas and ten niyamas but Patanjali’s Yogasutra, which is considered the original treatise on yoga, defines five yamas and five niyamas. It has been mentioned that in Manusmirti that it is more important to follow yamas than …

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