Yoga: Blossoming of human potential to fullness

Mornings hold the key to taking control of our schedules. If we use mornings wisely, we can build habits that will allow us to lead happier, more productive and successful lives. Utilizing the morning hours before work may be the key to a successful and healthy lifestyle. 
The early morning yoga-mental, spiritual and physical practice- is by far the most beneficial and those who rise early and get the benefit of it are to be congratulated. Yoga does few things for the body that result in a boost of energy. Yoga poses adjust the hormone cortisol and too little of this hormone can drain our body of energy.
Yoga is the key to psychological and emotional healing as well as resolving issues with self-confidence, relationships, family of origin issues, and more. The whole practice of yoga helps us work with the nature of the mind, the nature of being a human, how emotions live in our bodies, how they affect our behavior and our minds.
Between bills, family, bosses, and the hustle and bustle of everyday life, people are stressed to the max. As if the feeling of stress isn’t bad enough, chronic stress wreaks havoc on health in a number of ways. It can lead to poor digestion, weight fluctuations, weakened immune system, cardiovascular conditions, and much more. 
One way to naturally beat stress is to practice yoga. According to researchers, when anyone performs yoga, feel-good brain chemicals like serotonin are released, putting him in a better mood. This better mood and stressed free life leads the person to success. He performs better and better. Additionally, yoga helps quiet the mind, gives your body an outlet to release energy blocks that may have you stressing out even more.
Since yoga improves blood flow to the brain, it’s often viewed as a brain-boosting workout. According to one study published in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health, just 20 minutes of yoga in the morning could have big brain benefits. Researchers had 30 female college-age students spend 20 minutes practicing yoga and 20 minutes doing an aerobic exercise. Researchers gave participants a cognitive assessment test after both the yoga session and the aerobic session. 
They found test scores to be “significantly superior” on tests that were taken after the yoga session. Not only morning yoga keeps the person mentally fit it is also beneficial for physical health. 
Nguyen Kinh Luan
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