Rejuvenation & Anti-stress

About REJUVENATION & ANTI-STRESS


Rejuvenation is a traditional Ayurvedic therapy to restore the body’s vitality to its fullest capacity & Stress can affect how you feel, think, behave and how your body works. Stress can create a variety of symptoms including anxiety, fatigue, eating disorders, depression, headaches, difficulty concentrating and increased anger and relationship troubles. Stress is not an illness in itself, but it can cause serious illness if it is not addressed. If we cannot sleep well and maintain good digestion and elimination, how can we enjoy the jobs, money, luxuries, relationships and power we are striving to achieve?


What is stress?

From senior citizens to adults to kids complain of stress. Well, what is stress? Simply put, stress is the reaction of the body to everyday pressure and tension. Besides, it gives a feel of being unhealthy all the times.

Cause of stress

Stress is usually caused by any kind of emotional or physical stimulus or situation. Most often, people speak of varied types of stress like relationship stress, work stress, or parenting stress. There are a few kinds of stress that are related to particular stages of life such as pregnancy, ageing, teen years, menopausal transition and the like. In fact, even children are affected by stress in the contemporary world

How can I reduce 'Stress'?

Here is some steps to reduce 'Stress'

Slow Down

One of the best ways to slow the pace of our lives is through devoted and purposeful self-care: taking time every single day to be still, quiet, and immersed in self-nourishment. It is so important, in fact, that it is the next step in returning to balance.


Take a Bath

A bath relaxes the nervous system, releases tension, and helps to quiet the mind.

Do Abhyanga (Ayurvedic Oil Massage)

This ancient practice of self-massage with oil calms the nervous system, lubricates and rejuvenates the tissues, and promotes healthy circulation throughout the body. It is no coincidence that the Sanskrit word for oil, sneha, also means love.


Read an Uplifting or Inspiring Book

A good, inspirational read can go a long way toward signaling the entire system to relax and rejuvenate a bit.

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Contemporary stress tends to be more pervasive, persistent and insidious because it stems primarily from psychological than physical threats. It is associated with ingrained and immediate reactions over which we have no control that were originally designed to be beneficial such as:
1- Heart rate and blood pressure soar to increase the flow of blood to the brain to improve decision making.
2- Blood sugar rises to furnish more fuel for energy as the result of the breakdown of glycogen, fat and protein stores.
3- Blood is shunted away from the gut, where it is not immediately needed for purposes of digestion, to the large muscles of the arms and legs to provide more strength in combat, or greater speed in getting away from a scene of potential peril.
4- Clotting occurs more quickly to prevent blood loss from lacerations or internal hemorrhage.
Stress can have effects on other hormones, brain neurotransmitters, additional small chemical messengers elsewhere, prostaglandins, as well as crucial enzyme systems, and metabolic activities that are still unknown. Research in these areas may help to explain how stress can contribute to depression, anxiety and its diverse effects on the gastrointestinal tract, skin and other organs.
while you perceive you have the ability and resources (internal and external) to cope with the demands placed on you, you are subject to pressure and not stress. Perhaps this is why so many people talk of positive stress, when really they mean positive pressure.
No, stress in itself is not an illness. It is a response / reaction to excessive or prolonged pressure / challenges and this can cause mental and / or physical ill health.
Your level of stress depends on what you are focusing on. What generally happens is that people become aware of a problem and their thoughts lock onto that problem and the associated fears.