Consequences of stress can be felt on digestive system, body weight, cardio vascular system, nervous system, mental health, relationships, productivity at work and home
Ayurveda Awareness Centre
Ayurveda Awareness Centre delivers the services which allow the individual to better manage their life, living in a state of being consciously aware, at ease with the world and all within it and able to make good decisions to better their life and community.
Stress: A Major Cause of Aggravation of Disease:
Many physiological factors, such as insulin resistance, hormonal imbalance, obesity inflammatory and autoimmune diseases that also trigger stress mechanisms, and we can see many factors that may influence a person’s capacity to cope with stress, both physically and psychologically.
In chronic stress the inhibitory effect of cortisol becomes disrupted, resulting in HPA hypersentivity. Excessive or repeated stressful events may therefore lead to excessive stimulation.
The HPA stress response is one of our most primitive biological survival mechanisms. Mounting a robust response to acute stress is crucial to meet every day environmental challenges, whether physical or psychological.
Ayurveda – a system of Preventative Health Care
WHO [the World Health Organisation] recognises Ayurveda as a most ancient and holistic system of health care with texts said to be about 6000 years old. Ayurveda is said to have been in existence for about 40,000 years.
Ayurveda is primarily focused on personalized health. Ayurveda is also a person-centred medicine (PCM), which deals with healthy lifestyle, health promotion and sustenance, disease prevention, diagnosis; and treatment for diseases in early stage, especially true for outside of India.
There are many similarities between the traditional systems like Ayurveda and the innovative approach of predictive, preventive and personalized medicine (PPPM). The Horizon 2020 initiative of the European Union rightly considers PPPM as the hard core of its strategy.
Stress management top tip eat warm and moist and slightly oily food
Top Tip eat warm, moist and slightly oily foods
Stress Management Tips Intro
Stress management Top Tip oil and heat on your lower back
Top Tip oil and heat on your lower back
Stress management top tip breathe easy
Top Tip breathe easy
Stress management top tip daily self care practices
Top Tip daily self care practices
Stress management top tip start and end your day with positive
Top Tip start and end your day with positive
Stress management top tip understand who you are
Top Tip understand who you are - your unique mind-body-energy complex
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