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Most people experience stress Anger and anxiety from time to time. Stress is any demand placed on your brain or physical body. People can report feeling stressed when multiple competing demands are placed on them. The feeling of being stressed can be triggered by an event that makes you feel frustrated or nervous. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, worry, or unease. It can be a reaction to stress, or it can occur in people who are unable to identify significant stressors in their life. Stress and anxiety are not always bad. In the short term, they can help you overcome a challenge or dangerous situation. Examples of everyday stress and anxiety include worrying about finding a job, feeling nervous before a big test, or being embarrassed in certain social situations. If we did not experience some anxiety we might not be motivated to do things that we need to do (for instance, studying for that big test!).

Common physical symptoms include:

1. stomachache
2. muscle tension
3. headache
4. rapid breathing
5. fast heartbeat
6. sweating
7. shaking
8. dizziness
9. frequent urination
10. change in appetite
11. trouble sleeping
12. diarrhea
13. fatigue

Stress and anxiety can cause mental or emotional symptoms in addition to physical ones. These can include:

1. feelings of impending doom
2. panic or nervousness, especially in social settings
3. difficulty concentrating
4. irrational anger
5. restlessness

People who have stress and anxiety over long periods of time may experience negative related health outcomes. They are more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and may even develop depression and panic disorder. However, if stress and anxiety begin interfering with your daily life, it may indicate a more serious issue. If you are avoiding situations due to irrational fears, constantly worrying, or experiencing severe anxiety about a traumatic event weeks after it happened, it may be time to seek help.

How Does Yoga Help Cure Anxiety?

Yoga gives your body a good stretch and stimulates different hormones. It also heals the nervous system. The stretch calms your mind and relaxes your body. It almost seems like your body is releasing all the tension that is trapped between your muscles. The healing of the nervous system also helps release endorphins, which are the happy hormones. Want to know how does yoga help with anxiety and stress? Practicing any asana or Pranayama helps relieve stress. These are some easy poses that you can begin with.

Anger - Breathing Deeply to Release Anger

1. Breathe deeply. Breathing has long been a central part of yoga. Focusing on your breath before, during, and after yoga sessions will greatly benefit anger management. Breathing deeply is also good for other negative emotions, as it physiologically calms you down. Make sure to breathe deep into your diaphragm. You should be able to feel/see your belly rise and fall while doing this. Breathe out slowly. The time taken to breathe out is approximately four times the time taken to breathe in.

2. Relax your body. Take time to relax your muscles from head to toe, one by one. This will help release tension in parts of your body you may not have realized were even there. Don’t rush. Take your time. If you feel like you are having trouble slowing down, then you can also do a guided body scan meditation that will take you through all the parts of your body.

3. Feel your anger. This is not about thinking about the anger. Rather you just need to stay with the emotion. Feel all of it. Notice where you feel it in your body. Notice the intensity. Don’t judge the feelings. If thoughts do arise, acknowledge them and then return to noticing your emotions.

4. Allow the anger to be there. Stay with it as long as you need to. Eventually, with all the mindful noticing, the anger will begin to dissipate. If it begins to dissipate, don’t fight it. Instead, try to let it go. Try focusing on your breathing instead of focusing on what you are angry about.

Top 12 Poses In Yoga For Anger Anxiety And Stress Relief



1. Balasana

The Balasana is a restorative, calming pose that relaxes and rejuvenates the body. The stretch in the back relaxes the spinal column. It soothes the muscles, thereby helping to alleviate pain, especially in back, neck, and shoulders. The knees are also stretched and relaxed, and therefore, the tendons, muscles, as well as joints are healed and made ready for functioning. The pose resembles a fetal position and is said to provide physical, mental, and emotional solace to the being. This pose truly promotes positive feelings, transporting you back to your childhood days and stripping you of ill feelings and arrogance.

2. Dhanurasana

This asana completely expands and opens the shoulders, chest, and neck. It makes the abdominal muscles and back strong and relieves stress and anxiety.

3. Ustrasana

Ustrasana gives your body a good stretch. It not only releases the pent-up stress but also ensures enhanced blood circulation throughout your body. Proper blood circulation means more oxygen, which helps to heal the mind and body thoroughly. This asana is an excellent means to combat anxiety.

4. Setu Bandhasana

Just like the Ustrasana, this asana too enables better blood circulation throughout the body. The back gets a good stretch. This helps calm the mind and reduce the stress. This asana combats insomnia as well. Therefore, it is a good asana to practice when you have anxiety issues.

5. Marjariasana

This asana completely flexes your spine, and when you combine this asana with breathing, it elevates its benefits. One of the best benefits of this asana is stress release. It makes your body more flexible and improves circulation. Therefore, it has great healing properties that relax and calm your mind and body.

6. Baddha Konasana

This asana is so easy that just about anybody can do it. It basically stretches your inner thighs and groin area, but the straight back and the stretch in the legs make you feel better. Your anxiety and stress automatically reduce as your mind calms down. This asana also helps cure anxiety.

7. Utthita Trikonasana

This asana has an interesting feature – the opposition of force. This feature balances two opposing energies and helps find a synergy between them. It is an easy asana, but you need to be present in the moment to make the most of it. The twist and stretch that it involves help release anxiety and calm your mind and body.

8. Paschimottanasana

This asana is a seated forward bend that helps stretch almost every bit of your body and relaxes you as well. This asana touches your mind, body, and soul, keeping you happy and healthy. As you indulge in this asana, your mind calms down and worry leaves your body. Practice it to enjoy an anxiety-free life.

9. Dandasana

This asana primarily helps you develop core strength. It is extremely easy, but you need to involve your mind and body when you practice this asana. It works on your core and spine and releases stress. This asana is a basic one that you can start practicing to relieve anxiety.

10. Shavasana

Shavasana is one of the best yoga poses for anxiety and depression relief. Shavasana allows ultimate relaxation of your body and mind, which is just as essential as exercise and a balanced diet are.

11. Pranayama

Pranayama includes Controling and regulation of Breath. "Pranayama is control of Breath". "Prana" is Breath or vital energy in the body. On subtle levels prana represents the pranic energy responsible for life or life force, and "ayama" means control. So Pranayama is "Control of Breath". One can control the rhythms of pranic energy with pranayama and achieve healthy body and mind. Patanjali in his text of Yoga Sutras mentioned pranayama as means of attaining higher states of awareness, he mentions the holding of breath as important practice of reaching Samadhi. Hatha Yoga also talks about 8 types of pranayama which will make the body and mind healthy. Five types of prana are responsible for various pranic activities in the body, they are Prana, Apana, Vyan, Udana & Samana. Out of these Prana and Apana are most important. Prana is upward flowing and Apana is downward flowing. Practice of Pranayama achieves the balance in the activities of these pranas, which results in healthy body and mind.

12. Meditation

"Meditation" and "mindfulness" are buzzwords these days for good reason. Yogis have been practicing dhyana (meditation) for millennia. Get expert insight here on meditation and its symbiotic relationship to yoga. Use our hub as your go-to resource for simple tips and guided practices to quiet your mind and make meditation part of your modern daily life.

After a strenuous workout that involves stretching, twisting, contracting, and inverting of muscles, Shavasana allows your body to rest and regroup. Even the most neglected muscles will get some time to let go of their stress in such a short span of time. Yoga furnishes the nervous system with a whole lot of neuromuscular information. Shavasana helps your nervous system integrate this information before your mind gets busy with the regular stress of the day.



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Indira Gandhi Institute Of Yoga Services
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