Anyone knows which are best Yogas for Anxiety r...

Anyone knows which are best Yogas for Anxiety relief?

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Google says every yoga helps with anxiety (cat pose, cow pose, kapalbharti, etc).

I want to know which are the 1-2 best yoga which are most effective for Anxiety?

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Whenever you do any of those exercises, try to pull your perineum inwards, keep breathing in a normal rate. That’s it. And sleep. 🙂

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Power yoga smirk

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Baba..stop following news
Best cure for your anxiety stuck_out_tongue

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find any corona infected he will give u anxiety relief

लोग मौत को तो युही बदनाम करते है, तकलीफ़ तो जिन्द्गी देती है

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Hard to believe yoga can cure psychological issues

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cocay wrote:

Hard to believe yoga can cure psychological issues

Strange but true 🙂

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cocay wrote:

Any experience?

Yes bhai. 🙂 I wake up at 4:15 AM everyday. I have anger issue, and I don’t take jokes well n I take everything as a competition. So, naturally I am an extremely stressed person, and on top of that stock market is there.
After doing Yoga, Dhyana for 10-15 min in the morning is doing wonders for me. I am working out too. I used to workout too but I was like a loose cannon. I am controlled, less stressed these days. 🙂

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doggy pose , best to stay away from anxiety and stress grinning

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cocay wrote:

Hard to believe yoga can cure psychological issues

That is the pity our own people disown the foundations of our cultures, which should be proud of. When someone feel restlessness or anxiety, doctor will say take deep breath and slowly exale and you will feel better and we approve him because it is modern science but same was told thousands of years ago in yoga. We mock it.

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Flatiron and Spooning laughing

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Alexios wrote:

That is the pity our own people disown the foundations of our cultures, which should be proud of. When someone feel restlessness or anxiety, doctor will say take deep breath and slowly exale and you will feel better and we approve him because it is modern science but same was told thousands of years ago in yoga. We mock it.

Where did I mock it? Where did I say something to disown it?
I’m just asking if yoga has actually helped anyone cure psychological issues? Breathing slowly doesn’t cure my restlessness whether I do it on a doctor’s advice or as a yoga practice, so why should I believe it if it doesn’t work for me?

Can’t one even ask a simple question without getting being judged?

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cocay wrote:

Where did I mock it? Where did I say something to disown it?
I’m just asking if yoga has actually helped anyone cure psychological issues? Breathing slowly doesn’t cure my restlessness whether I do it on a doctor’s advice or as a yoga practice, so why should I believe it if it doesn’t work for me?

Can’t one even ask a simple question without getting being judged?

Sorry if you feel that way, was not telling you especially. I was making my point in general where people not question it but try to mock it.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Yes bhai. 🙂 I wake up at 4:15 AM everyday. I have anger issue, and I don’t take jokes well n I take everything as a competition. So, naturally I am an extremely stressed person, and on top of that stock market is there.
After doing Yoga, Dhyana for 10-15 min in the morning is doing wonders for me. I am working out too. I used to workout too but I was like a loose cannon. I am controlled, less stressed these days. 🙂

That’s good man.
That yoga, waking up early, dhyana etc has never worked for me. Tried everything and gave up after I felt zero difference.

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cocay wrote:

That’s good man.
That yoga, waking up early, dhyana etc has never worked for me. Tried everything and gave up after I felt zero difference.

🙂 Hmm. Bhai turn off your phone n computer for one day. Sleep 6-7-8 hrs. It ll work 100%.
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cocay wrote:

Where did I mock it? Where did I say something to disown it?
I’m just asking if yoga has actually helped anyone cure psychological issues? Breathing slowly doesn’t cure my restlessness whether I do it on a doctor’s advice or as a yoga practice, so why should I believe it if it doesn’t work for me?

Can’t one even ask a simple question without getting being judged?

I think it’s more of a Placebo effect.
That is why it works for one and doesn’t for another.
Even medicine sometimes are told to have Placebo effect.

So yes! Sometimes a deep breath will make you feel wonderful and other times it’ll just be a normal breath.

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hackerboys wrote:

doggy pose , best to stay away from anxiety and stress grinning

🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪

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OnlineLootera wrote:

I think it’s more of a Placebo effect.
That is why it works for one and doesn’t for another.
Even medicine sometimes are told to have Placebo effect.

So yes! Sometimes a deep breath will make you feel wonderful and other times it’ll just be a normal breath.

Some people are just plain unlucky in everything they do. Nothing works for them but everything works for atleast someone.

I think that sums up my situation confused

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hackerboys wrote:

doggy pose , best to stay away from anxiety and stress grinning

dont forget to wear clothes and be alone.

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cocay wrote:

Some people are just plain unlucky in everything they do. Nothing works for them but everything works for atleast someone.

I think that sums up my situation confused

Yes, respect your opinion and understand your situation too. Afterall experience has different outcomes for each being. Paragliding, bungee jumping, message etc are all experiences which some find very useful and thrilling but some has fear for it.

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cocay wrote:

Some people are just plain unlucky in everything they do. Nothing works for them but everything works for atleast someone.

I think that sums up my situation confused

It’s more a psychological issue I think.
Some people feel lucky with just enough food on their plate and some people will feel unlucky even after being at the top of the world.
It depends on perception.
A simple trick which might help is to set an alarm 2 times a day. Once in the morning and once in the late afternoon, reminding that I will not let this day waste. Even if you are successful in one day out of 7 then you’re successful.
“Success” is a very subjective term. It can mean that one will play some sports today, one will go to the gym, one will study, or one will simply smile today.

Mini goals it is!
And let no one, no one define how successful you have been in whatever you’re trying.

At the end, it’s always good to speak to someone. It’s magical what simply talking about mere issues can do.

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OnlineLootera wrote:

It’s more a psychological issue I think.
Some people feel lucky with just enough food on their plate and some people will feel unlucky even after being at the top of the world.
It depends on perception.
A simple trick which might help is to set an alarm 2 times a day. Once in the morning and once in the late afternoon, reminding that I will not let this day waste. Even if you are successful in one day out of 7 then you’re successful.
“Success” is a very subjective term. It can mean that one will play some sports today, one will go to the gym, one will study, or one will simply smile today.

Mini goals it is!
And let no one, no one define how successful you have been in whatever you’re trying.

At the end, it’s always good to speak to someone. It’s magical what simply talking about mere issues can do.

Agree.
Persistent failures once deeply rooted in memory takes a lot to undo.

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cocay wrote:

Agree.
Persistent failures once deeply rooted in memory takes a lot to undo.

Talk to someone brother!

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