What Yoga Does To Your Brain Xyz

What Yoga Does To Your Brain Xyz

19 Apr 2022 | 3 min Read


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Yoga is a fruitful activity to do every day. Don’t you like the feeling of calmness and happiness after those wonderful exercises! What better feeling than a good feeling from the tip of your toes to your head after sweaty sessions which make your body stronger. At the same time, your muscles feel more relaxed and free moving to keep you on the move.
With a 24×7 routine of being a mom and a woman, yoga must be a blessing for you! With a patience, you’ll have to have while dealing with your baby and your husband, yoga is your best friend! Science has proved that yoga helps in the treatment of the various psychological conditions such as insomnia, depression, anxiety eating disorders and much more.

Did you know, the United States of America conducts yoga and meditation classes inside the prison cells. This is a great way to help the prisoners to learn the art of patience and self-control. Yoga is all about the mind and body connection and the different ways you can teach yourself the power to have the control over the greatest-’YOURSELF’.

1.Your happy hormones are on the roll

Your body produces more dopamine and serotonin while doing yoga because it involves breathing, therefore, more oxygen and finally your heart pumps more blood. It helps you relax and calm your body in even in the most stressful situations.

2.Cortisol override

Cortisol is a part of your brain that is secreted by the adrenal glands. If you’re having increased levels, it could be dangerous for you. In order to reduce it, you have got to indulge in some yoga sessions.

It changes the breathing pattern, therefore, the levels of the cortisol drop down. Cortisol is a devil in disguise that pops up only when you’re stressed. It activates a part of your brain called ‘amygdala’ which is also known as a fear trigger. So, breathing and doing yoga makes you overcome that and face your problems in a more effective manner.

3. Awakens the inner you

The gray matter is an integral part of your Central Nervous System which is responsible for your muscular control and your senses like speech, audibility, memory, vision etc. It is said that your brain needs only 8 weeks to detox and feel new again.

That is why many people who are deeply stressed or disturbed practice yoga as it helps them calm down and reconnect with themselves. It will help you understand your own strengths and analyze the world in a more mature and open way.

4.You’re more chilled and easy-going in life

The nervous system in your body is of two kinds, one is the ‘Sympathetic Nervous System’(fight or flight’ response) and the other one is ‘Parasympathetic Nervous System’ ( Your basic chill-pill). This is usually not very active among people so they are always overly reactive or are constantly freaking out.

Your para sympathetic nervous system is like your sister who calms you down in stress.

Practice these little things in life to find your own zone of peace!











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