Improving Mental Health with Ayurevda
Learn to control and calm your thoughts and mind with Ayurveda + yoga principles. Ayurveda says that the body, mind and spirit are not only connected but interconnected and an imbalance in one will cause a disturbance in the other. The five elements are in subtle forms which affect the mind. The mind has qualities of purity, action and inertia described as the GUNAS. Do you encounter persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness, or emptiness? Feeling irritated, frustrated and suicidal can be a symptom of depression. Depression is not a problem of a day or two; it needs a lot of time, patience and support to heal oneself from depression. Aneesha Holaday, Ayurveda Counselor talks about how Ayurveda can be a stepping stone for better mental health wellbeing.
Video 1: Ayurveda and Mental Health
Video 2: Diet and Digestion
Video 3: Lifestyle and Mental Health