Category Archives for Yoga for Anxiety

Stress Relief Yoga for Beginners

Stress can have both positive and negative impacts on our well-being and our health. Good stress, which is under control, helps us to be alert, sharpens our mind, and allows us to achieve greater success in both physical and cerebral activities. You’ll often hear sports champions talk about their pulse-quickening before scoring the winning point, […]

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Does Yoga Help Depression and Anxiety?

Two of the most debilitating, and in this modern world, the most common, mental health issues we face are depression and anxiety. Some estimates show that over 17 million adults in the US have experienced depression with 11 million of those diagnosed as severely depressive. The number of anxiety or anxiety disorder sufferers in the […]

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Yoga For Panic Attacks

Anyone who has ever experienced a panic attack will tell you that it is one of the most traumatic and frightening things that could happen to you. Those words are not an exaggeration given that a panic attack can have the person going through it believing that they are about to die in the next […]

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Yoga Poses For Anxiety

Anxiety knows no limits in terms of who it can affect. In many cases, anxiety will be a short-term condition that passes quickly once a particular event or scenario has passed. For others, it can be very debilitating, with their anxiety becoming a chronic condition that they have to live with every day. Of course, […]

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Mental Benefits of Yoga

Many people who have a vague knowledge of yoga, and have never really studied it in any detail, assume that it is an activity that is done purely for the physical benefits it can offer. It is fair to say that is understandable given the number of articles, books, and videos which highlight several physical […]

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Yoga for Stress Relief

Stress is a word which is used in all kinds of ways, and in today’s world it is applied to virtually every possible situation.You’ll hear people saying they are ‘stressed’ about just about anything you could imagine, be it a college exam, their weight, a job interview, their kid’s soccer team trials, the plight of […]

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