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Mental Health

According to Ayurvedic principles, a good life constitutes a combination of the mind, the body, and the soul. Life isn’t possible if you take either of them away. Ayurveda regards the mind as extremely powerful and quick. The fundamental aspects, of the mind from the Ayurvedic perspective are - Buddhi (Intellect), Druti (Willpower), and Smruti (Memory). Rajas and Tamas are the two chief forces that characterize the mind. When both these forces are balanced, a person achieves Sattva (true essence). It is this state that facilitates a person’s wellbeing. So, a person in the sattvic state of mind is less prone to mental and physical health issues. To enhance mental health or achieve the state of Sattva, Ayurveda recommends Yoga. Besides that, it also promotes several breathing exercises that help a person diminish stress and anxiety. Ashwagandhadi Herbal Supplement is also an incredible option to reduce the symptoms of stress and depression.

Common Mental Health Issues

Stress

Stress is helpful as it can help you evade danger. But too much of it for long periods of time proves harmful for both body and mind.

Anxiety

Anxiety is how the body responds to stress, when you fear something that’s about to happen, like a job interview or a stage performance.

Panic Attacks

These are extreme, scary reactions of the body triggered due to no apparent reason. You may even feel as if you are having a heart attack!

Depression

The most common symptoms of depression are loss of interest in things you normally love doing or feeling constantly unhappy.

Forgetfulness

This is one of the major effects of excessive stress, like weight gain, lack of proper sleep, and more

Insomnia

This disorder is generally linked to anxiety, poor lifestyle, irregular sleeping habits, intake of certain medications or another illness.

Ayurvedic Remedies

Benefits your mind and body directly

Helps lower your heart rate, allowing you to relax

Diverts attention from worry toward calming thoughts

Boosts self-esteem and improves your mood

Makes your body more fit and flexible

Improves sleep patterns to prevent weight gain

Ayurvedic Remedies

Benefits your mind and body directly

Helps lower your heart rate, allowing you to relax

Diverts attention from worry toward calming thoughts

Boosts self-esteem and improves your mood

Makes your body more fit and flexible

Improves sleep patterns to prevent weight gain

FAQs

  • Q. What is mindful meditation? How does it help?
  • Mindful meditation is a great way of increasing awareness of yourself as it helps you stay ‘in the moment’. It brings a soothing effect on both - your body and mind. In other words, it helps improve your mindfulness towards the world around you and allows you to unwind.
  • Q. Is 20 minutes of yoga a day enough?
  • Yes! It is true that you don’t require excessively lengthy yoga sessions in order to reap the benefits of the asanas. That is because it is more important to do yoga and meditation on a regular basis. Studies have uncovered that even a single session of twenty minutes every day helps memory. Some studies have also shown the benefits of yoga routines that only last twelve minutes, as long as they are done at least every other day - which is great news for those with busy schedules!
  • Q. Why should I meditate while working?
  • Studies have proved that meditation and other wellness related activities are not only extremely helpful for employees but they also help companies save more money. Employees take less days off and also experience reduced stress, better emotional well-being, improved attention span, decreased forgetfulness, more productivity, among many other advantages.
  • Q. Can meditation decrease my depression?
  • Meditation is known to positively affect those parts of the brain that are connected to depression. Practice it regularly, even if you do so for short durations at a time to help your mind cope with sudden stressful encounters, thereby enabling you to control your reaction.
  • Q.What role does meditation play in mental health?
  • Meditation, when done regularly, trains your mind to divert your thoughts toward positivity. It makes you more aware of everything around you, even yourself. Since it can pull your thoughts away from stress, it is used by many people to develop healthy habits.