Stress is one major concern that is being suffered by most of the people now-a-days. Stress occurs due to the imbalance of gunas- rajas, tamas and sattva. When sattva decreases, it snatches away our ability to reason, which will catalyze the feeling of being less determined and results in low mental strength. The levels of strain might vary depending on the balance between your three gunas.
Stress depletes the energy resources of the body and pushes our body constantly to a condition of strain. Chronic stress and strain reduce immunity and resistance power. As stress and strain can adversely affect every aspect of one’s life, it is highly imperative to restore, regain and retain the balance. The best possible way is to switch to Ayurveda, yoga, and meditation as they treat you internally by concerning your external factors.
In our day-to-day life, we come across several situations that will cause strain to our body. The pain might last for a few hours ,days or often for a longer period of time. The occurrence of body strains may include several reasons like trauma, irregularities in lifestyle, insufficient rest or chronic pain causing diseases like arthritis and other joint pains.
Ayurveda believes that the cause of strain or pain in one’s body is related to energy imbalances (imbalances in doshas) and are aggravated by several factors like poor diet, lack of exercises and improper routines.
A message of Ayurvedic oils in the affected part would be greatly helpful is dissolving the impurities in the tissues, washing them in the blood flow, and will eventually eliminate the pain.
It is advisable to follow a dietary routine which facilitates easy digestion and absorption. This will help greatly in maintaining a balance in doshas. But when it is not followed properly, it will cause chronic strain related problems.Painful conditions are a result of vata imbalance and this can be reversed with the use of specific herbs, yoga positions and meditation.
Managing your stress is related to management of situations causing strain. Ayurveda recommends warm oil massages and certain yoga postures will render the relief from stress.