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Impact of Yoga on Auto Immune Diseases

We have grown learning and knowing that our immunity is our greatest shield against diseases and works as the defense mechanism to protect our body. But what if this immunity is misled to fight against something it is supposed to protect? Rheumatic Arthritis, Thyroid, Lupus, Alopecia, IBD, Type 1 Diabetes, Psoriasis, etc are all examples

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Moving the Yoga Way

COVID-19 has put us all into mandatory captivity and a new normal. Here are my two cents on this scenario which might help you tackle this pandemic and lead a healthy life. New Normal has Come with the New Health Problems:  Work from home, online classes, and virtual meetups are the common new normals. These

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Yoga in COVID-19

Lockdown is nothing new for Indian Civilization India’s spiritual masters and Yogis are living a self-isolated life since thousands of years with an intention to realize the ultimate truth of life. Eventually what happened to them is that they realized the nonexistence of what human body and mind experiences. Indian philosophy & its ancient life

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Yoga For Weight Loss

Our body tries to maintain its ideal weight through various internal regulatory mechanisms, which is the result of a complicated network of neural, hormonal and numerous chemical reactions. There are various factors involved in management of weight in adults, say Metabolic Rate Physical Activity Hormones Diet Though there are numerous tips and tricks all over

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YOGA FOR THE UNIVERSAL WELLBEING!

Friends, as we know we all are going through the worst pandemic in about 100 years where it has affected millions of lives across the continents; the loss of our fellow human beings is heart breaking and disturbing.As scientist, doctors and researchers there look for new ways to fight and defeat this virus, here we

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Elements Of Yogic Practices To Keep You Away From COVID

Viruses are not new to mankind; the world has seen several virus attacks in the past and they’ll be there in the future too. SAARS, NIPAH, EBOLA, Swine flu to name a few. It is certainly recognized that there is an increase in the development of already existing viruses or mutated ones which could result

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