Should You Try Yoga Nidra?

by Galin Djagarov November 16, 2020

Should You Try Yoga Nidra?

In our hectic daily routine, sometimes we forget to take care of our physical and mental health. It's vital for the well-being of our body and soul. 

One of the best ways to relax your mind is Yoga Nidra.

What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga Nidra is an ancient technique to relieve stress.

 It was practiced in India, and it's as old as the Mahabharata. This type of Yoga is spreading gradually across North America, and Europe and practitioners have observed tremendous results.

Yoga Nidra is a meditative sleep practice. 

It happens between the subconscious state between sleep and awakening, where one can't figure out what is real and what is not.

This Yogic sleep relaxes each muscle, nerves, and neurons of your body. 

Many of those who have done Yoga Nidra say that one hour of this therapy can equal almost 2 to 3 hours of deep sleep.

 

How is Yoga Nidra Useful?

Let's sum up some benefits of Yoga Nidra.

 

Sharpens Your Focus:

The practice of Yoga Nidra helps in getting you more focused. You could see things clearly with a thoughtful yet clear mind. You can separate sentiments from logic to come to conclusive decisions. You can also be more aware of your surroundings and put more emphasis on little details around you.

 

Changes Thinking:

Working or living in a stressful environment invites lots of negative thoughts into our minds. Our behavior also changes towards people, which can hurt someone. Yoga Nidra filters all those negative energies away. As soon as you take deep breaths, you start to feel positivity coming your way. Your behavior at home and work becomes productive.

 

Fights Insomnia:

Insomniac patients take the Yoga Nidra practice as a massive step towards good sleep. The Yoga Nidra is meant for deep sleep, and it is often conducted on Insomniac patients. It also sharpens their memories. They feel less tired. It also reduces your nightmares.

 

Fights Mental Issues:

 The release of stress hormones and the flowing of rich oxygenated blood in your brain nerves are some of the wonders of this therapy.

 

Boosts Bodily Health:

People of older age groups benefit a lot from Yoga Nidra. It stabilizes the heart rate and boosts your metabolism. Besides, it also controls your diabetes level and makes you more flexible.

 

Final Verdict:

Yoga Nidra is ancient and beneficial. There are no side-effects of this therapy. Just lay yourself down, let the earth absorb you, the winds touch you, and the light heals you. NAMASTE!

Galin Djagarov
Galin Djagarov


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