AOL Volunteers of Buxar invites lots of people from Buxar and near by places for WCF to be held at Delhi on 11, 12, 13
Some of them are Sri Ayodhya Nath Ji Maharaj, Sri Sri 1008 Achuytprappanna Charya Ji Maharaj, Maharaj Sri Raja Ram Sharan Das Ji, Dumraon Maharaj & Yuvraj Chandravijay Singh , Many Doctors of Buxar like Dr Arun Kumar, Dr H. N. Pandey.
We invite social workers of Buxar also for this great event as well as politicians, MP Ashwini Choubey, MLA Sanjay Tiwari and all party presidents and leader are invited also.
DM Raman Kumar(IAS), SP Upendra Kumar Sharma (IPS), ACJM Dhananjay SINGH, Sub judge Mausami Singh are invited for this auspicious occasion also.
All of them cordially accepted WCF invitation.
Does combing your hair sends shivers down your spine? Try these yoga poses which can help to stop hair loss. However it’s very important for us to understand that yoga can help to prevent the condition at first stage rather and results shown in prevention can be better than the results shown in cure. Read on to know how an ancient practice can help you to prevent hair loss.
Rolling over a well known monthly magazine, I came over their special edition, the hair care edition. I am sure that there won’t be any copies left of this edition with the publisher as people look out for different therapies for a very common problem these days – hair fall. Revisiting the magazine, I thought of sharing this for the web savvy people.
Hair condition is directly related with your general health. In fact your hair condition is a direct barometer of your own health. Beautiful hair is truly your crowning glory.
The main reasons for hair loss are stress, hormonal disorders, bad eating habits, diseases, drugs, hair dyes, genetic disorders, smoking, etc.
Doing yoga and meditation to restrict hair-loss will not only give you healthy hair, but also benefit your whole system. It will improve your all round health physically and mentally also. Yoga will help enhance circulation of blood in the scalp, improve digestion and reduce anxiety and stress too.
Asanas that are beneficial for hair-loss are:
All forward bending asanas enhances blood circulation in the head or the crown region. This in turn nourishes the roots of the hair and as a result one can observe the changes in the hair over a period of time. Here are the few asanas one must try!!
1. Adho Mukha Savasana
Downward dog pose, provides good circulation to the head and is good for sinus and common cold also. It is also helpful for mental tiredness, depression and insomnia.
Standing forward pose, helps in reducing fatigue and tiredness. Good in menopause and also improves digestion.
It is also called diamond pose. Unlike other asanas it can be done immediately after eating your food. It helps in urinary disorders, weight loss and digestion and also reduces gas in stomach.
Apana refers to the prana or energy of you digestive tract, that aids in purifying and eliminating toxins. And this pose gives clarity to the mind. It relieves constipation.
It reduces gas, and helps digestion. The muscles of lower back are strengthened. It also reduces fat of abdomen and buttocks.
It helps to nourish the thyroid gland, which means healthy function of respiratory, alimentary, genital and nervous system.
Beneficial Pranayamas for hair-loss:
1. Kapalbhati Pranayam
The brain cells receive more oxygen so it is good for the nervous system, removes toxins from the body and cures obesity, diabetes
2. Bhastrika Pranayam
It helps remove excess wind, bile and phlegm in the body and purifies the nervous system; preventing all kinds of diseases in the body.
3. Naadi Shodhan Pranayam
It helps to treat heart problems, asthama and arthritis, depression, migrane, stress and eye and ear problems also.
Other things to remember:
- Along with doing yoga, looking after your diet is also important. Eating a balanced dietcomprising of fresh fruits, green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, cereals and dairy products gives you nutrients important for hair growth.
- Washing hair with neem water, keeping your hair clean by washing it 3 to 2 times a week, massaging hair with coconut oil, brushing hair regularly is very good for your hair growth.
- Avoid using any harsh chemicals and many styling products for hair.
In addition to the above one must understand that hair loss in natural process and cannot be reversed, however the process can be restricted or slowed down with the above given tips. Don’t let your hair story be a hair raising experience for someone.
“Breath is the link between the body and mind. If the mind is a kite the breath is the thread. The longer the thread, the higher the kite can go.” – Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Breathe Out Stress, Breathe In Joy
Did you know that we can throw out 90 percent of the toxins from our body by breathing correctly? We can learn the art of breathing right by observing new born babies. Have you seen their stomach gently rising and falling as they breathe in and breathe out? Breath is our vital source of energy. The key to healthy and happy living lies in right breathing. When we attend to our breath, it can heal us from all worries and anxieties.
Benefits Of Pranayamas (Breathing Techniques)
- Enhances the quantity and quality of life force
- Clears blocked energy channels
- Harmonizes the body, mind and spirit
- Boosts the immune system
- Rejuvenates the body and mind
- Slows down the ageing process
At a conference in Germany, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar explained the connect between breath and emotions, “Our breath is linked to our emotions. For every emotion, there is a particular rhythm in the breath. So, when you cannot directly harness your emotions, with the help of breath you can do that. If you are in theater, you would know that a director asks you to breathe faster when you have to show anger. If you have to show a serene scene, director would tell you to breathe softer and slower. If we understand the rhythm of our breath, we are able to have a say over our mind, we can win over any negative emotions like anger, jealousy, greed, and we are able to smile more from our heart.”
Is Your Breath Deep Or Shallow?
Most of us breathe from the chest – such shallow breathing sends a signal to the brain that all is not well – we are stressed. Alternatively, breathing from the abdomen boosts respiration, ensures a rich supply of oxygen to the brain and signals that all is well.
Observe your breath and note if it is deep or shallow.
Prana: The Breath Of Life
The ancient Indian system of yoga identified the power of breath and strove to maximize its efficiency by developing special breathing techniques. The ancient yogis discovered prana as the universal life force or energy which distinguishes the living from the dead. We get prana from food, rest, breath and by being in a calm, happy frame of mind. However, the most important source of prana is breath – when our breath stops, we die.
It was discovered that the quantity and quality of prana and the way it flows through the nadis(subtle energy channels) determines one’s state of mind.
Due to lack of attention, the energy channels in the average person may be partially blocked, making the flow of prana broken and jerky. This results in increased worry, fear, uncertainty, conflict, tension and other negative qualities. When the prana level is high and its flow is continuous, smooth and steady, then the mind is calm, positive and enthusiastic.
Here Are Some Popular Breathing Techniques You May Like To Try
You can practice these breathing techniques at any time of the day whenever your stomach is empty.
- Is your mind buzzing with activity? Can’t stop thinking about what someone said about you? Find a quiet corner and try the Bee breath (Bhramari pranayama) to apply brakes in the buzzing mind. This breathing technique is a boon for those with hypertension.
- Among the breathing techniques, Kapal Bhati (Skull Shining breath) is considered the most important and effective for detoxifying the body and clearing the energy channels.
- Low energy levels? Three rounds of Bhastrika pranayama (Bellow breath) will get your energy levels soaring!
- Can’t concentrate on the task at hand? Try nine rounds of Nadi Shodhan pranayamafollowed by a short 10-minute meditation. Nadi Shodhan pranayama calms and centers the mind by bringing into harmony the left and right hemispheres of the brain which correlate to the logical and emotional sides of our personality.
Yoga practice helps develop the body and mind bringing a lot of health benefits yet is not a substitute for medicine. It is important to learn and practice yoga postures under the supervision of a trained Art of Living Yoga teacher. In case of any medical condition, practice yoga postures after consulting a doctor and a Art of Living Yoga teacher.
Published By:AOL Team Buxar