Maintains Your Nervous System
Yoga is one of the great sources that provide relief in your modern active life. During different yoga poses, when you relax and breathe slowly, your body can endure the balance from the sympathetic nervous system to the parasympathetic nervous system. All in all, it helps in restoring the body to a calm and even-tempered state.
The sympathetic nervous system is responsible for stimulation of the fight or flight response of the body. The parasympathetic nervous system is dealing with the rest and digest activities simulation.
Makes You Happier
Yoga is a mood-booster low-intensity workout. The consistent practice lowers depression and increases levels of happiness because it resulted in a significant increase in serotonin levels and a lessening of monoamine oxidase and cortisol levels.
Monoamine oxidase is an enzyme that breaks down neurotransmitters.
Helps You Focus
According to the researchers, yoga promotes memory and IQ, coordination ability, and response time. A person who regularly practices yoga is less distracted by thoughts as well as the capabilities of solving problems and acquiring and recalling information improves. In other words, it helps individuals to focus without any diversion of memories and persuasion.
Gives You Peace of Mind
If your mind is clear and free from bouncing ideas, you have less stress and will able to enjoy your life fully. Yoga helps you to gain attention by decreasing anger, fears, frustration, desires, and regrets that fluctuate your mind. It’s a simple formula that as much as quiet your mind is, more longer and healthier life you live.
Negative Effects of Yoga
Yoga injuries are quite common. Mostly peoples get neck, shoulders, back, or knee injuries. So, keep practicing yoga but in a careful manner. Before trying any poses, carefully go through the detail then gradually practice the pose. Moreover, while practicing, if you feel any pain or experience some discomfort, you must modify your pose corresponding to your comfort.
Sometimes it happens after doing yoga you feel a need for taking a nap or recharge your mind with a cup of tea or coffee. Occasional tiredness and fatigues are justifiable; for example, you try some new poses or level up your workout from beginners to intermediate. In these cases, your body needs some time to adjust to the new routine. But if exhaustion is recurrent, it means you are over-working with your body. In this situation, you have to try restorative poses, drink more water, get proper sleep, or take some days off and continue your yoga practice later.
Inversion Poses and Eye Health
Many inversion poses are harmful to eye conditions when you failed to control the pressure during the exercise. Remember, the extreme force behind the eyeball stresses it, which ultimately caused the eyesight loss. The solution is to practice daily and intensify slowly; for example, hold complicated inversion poses for a few breaths initially and slowly intensify every single day. Plus, add a few warmups poses before and after practicing inversions.
Tip: Practice inversion poses closer to the area where you get support like in the corner of a room, or try them in the presence of a coach, friend, or a family member.
Overstretching produce destructive effects on your muscular system. Perform stretches in that way you feel a mild pull; extreme tension or pulling might provoke stress to a major muscle group, ergo, you get muscle strain. Thus, always pay attention to the warning signs your body conveys.
If you have a pre-existing hypertension problem, forceful breathing may cause aggravation of high blood pressure.
People haven’t changed their practice sequence or consistently repeat the same movements ended with rigidity in their bodies.
Repetitive poses limit the ability to grow and promote inflexibility.
Practice over-aggressively may lead to back injuries. Many fold poses need extra care; otherwise, they are resulting in severe spinal offshoots.