Yoga Asanas to fight Fatigue, Yoga Pranayama for Energy Boost
Yoga for Energy Boost
Fatigue, is a term given to a combination of factors which manifest as tiredness. In general the feeling of tiredness is a natural state of body which is a notification for the body to refuel itself in order to sustain the functioning of its systems for its survival. Prana, the fuel for the body is expendable in nature and needs to be replaced after it gets consumes by various functions, activities of the body on daily basis.
The intensity of the feeling of hunger one experiences is directly proportional to the natural need of the body’s for prana for its healthy existence. Water is naturally infused with high quality prana which is easiest for the body to absorb. Other elements of food also possess prana in various degrees which the body is capable of extracting via its various functional systems. Prana or the universal energy is imperative to keeping the body intact in the material world.
Fatigue is considered a malady if it persists for months together despite of a healthy intake of food on the sufferer’s part. The reason behind this is the disruption of the flow of prana within its designated channels within the body. Prana travels through the body in the form of usable energy through the network of nerves comprising the nervous system.
An alert body, radiant face, quick reflexes and fertile mind are the indicators of a healthy nervous system facilitating the healthy flow of prana through it. Any disruption in this flow induces the connected systems of the body to underperform leading to fatigue.
Presence of one or a set of factors responsible for causing fatigue determines the intensity of the symptoms , tiredness, irritability, headache, appetite loss, and low motivation to mention some, experienced by the afflicted.
The functions of the mind and quality of the prana in the body are directly linked to each other. A mind arrested by stress or depression triggers a dip in the healthy flow of the energy throughout the body.
Alcohol or drug abuse, grief, separation, divorce, heart disease, diabetes, iron deficiency, pregnancy and sleeping disorders are some of the common causes of fatigue.
Yoga for Energy Boost and for fighting fatigue
Physical activity is a popular form of boosting one’s energy from eons. Logically one must feel more fatigue after expending energy while doing physical activity, but in reality one feels a fresh gush of energy flowing through the body after a brisk walk or some basic stretches.
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