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Stress in human life is becoming a serious health problem worldwide due to imbalanced work life, unhealthy competition and unethical environment. Yoga and Meditation, an ancient practice is very ...

Stress in human life is becoming a serious health problem worldwide due to imbalanced work life, unhealthy competition and unethical environment. Yoga and Meditation, an ancient practice is very useful to balance the physical and mental health and develops spirituality to live a natural life with moral and ethical values. These qualities of Yoga and Meditation have significant outcome in stress management.

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  • 1. Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and MeditationBy:By:Jujhar Japra, Ph.D.Jujhar Japra, Ph.D.Managing DirectorManaging DirectorLinus LifesciencesLinus LifesciencesChandigarh (INDIA)Chandigarh (INDIA)
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  • 8. Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and MeditationGod will never give you anything which youcan’t handle so don’t develop stress
  • 9. Virtually any stressful event, from quarrelingwith boss to winning a lottery, resultsin biochemical reactionsStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
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  • 11. 1. Yama – Your attitude towards environment2. Niyama - Your attitude towards yourself3. Asana - Physical exercise4. Pranayama – Breathing practice5. Pratyahara – Getting away from senses and mind’s activities6. Dharana – Focusing the mind7. Dhyana – Meditation8. Samadhi – Integration/clear Perception/ union of soul withGodStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and MeditationAshtanga Yoga
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  • 13. Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and MeditationYama and Niyama which are related to our social and individualdisciplines, strengthens the integrity of a person due to high moral andethical values and, in turn, gives tremendous strength to stand againstsocial evils.
  • 14. Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and MeditationAsana includes various postures to keepthe internal and external organs of thebody well balanced for a good health forevery age group of the people.
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  • 23. These chakras energize the human body whenactivated and are related to secretary glandsfor the release of vital hormones.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 24. . The activation of Muladhar Chakra potentiates thesense of security and survival eliminating chances ofbeing depressed due to feeling of insecurity.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 25. . The activation of Swadhisthana Chakra improvessocial behavior in human relationship and eliminatesreproduction disorders.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 26. . The activation of Manipuraka Chakra improvesdigestive system and eliminates fear, anxiety,introversion etc.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 27. . The activation of The Heart Chakra governsunconditional love for self and others, passion and, inturn, spiritualityStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 28. . The activation of The Throat Chakra governscommunication and self expression to achieveindependenceStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 29. . The activation of The Third Eye Chakra helps inaccess to intuition and decision makingStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 30. . The activation of The Crown Chakra awakensuniversal consciousness and unity leading tospirituality.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 31. Meditation is an important and powerful technique for stressmanagement, which reduces the activation of sympatheticnervous system and also reduces the levels of stresshormones such as adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisolStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 32. Meditation certainly relaxes the stressand the benefit depends on the depth of meditation.More deep is the meditation, better stress reductionwould result.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 33. Melatonin, the hormone secreted from pineal glandinduces sleep and has anti-ageing effect. It also preventsvarious diseases.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 34. Initially it is advised to practice alone for theconcentration, later can be practiced in groups.Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 35. The real state of meditation is realized when onefeels real lightness of the mind and body with joy andhappinessStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation
  • 36. Stress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and MeditationFinal RemarksStress should be regarded as a serioushealth problem resulting in the developmentof various diseases which may be fatalultimately&Yoga and Meditation if practiced regularlywould prevent or reduce or cure stress symptomsdepending on complicationsarisen from stress
  • 37. Practice YogaforHealth, Wealth and PeaceStress ManagementStress ManagementbybyYoga and MeditationYoga and Meditation