Coronavirus is at the global centre-stage and today is one of the most commonly used words worldwide.
The volumes of information and misinformation on it have caused doubts and fears among the public.
A study published in eLife explains how paranoia can arise in individuals due to the unexpected uncertainty associated with a global pandemic. The study, conducted by Yale University researchers, indicates that paranoia can be triggered by general uncertainty about the future and not a specific one.
A study published in Psychiatry Research in June 2020 analysed the mental health of 7,236 subjects in China between December 2019 and April 2020, and found that generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) and depressive symptoms were on the rise among young people and healthcare workers.
A customised Yoga module for health management will reduce the labour on the mat while improving mental health and immunity especially during this horrid lockdown days following coronavirus outbreak, says Yoga therapist Ranjane Kumaravelu.
Speaking to News Today, Ranjane, who is a research scholar in Yoga Therapy, says, “Covid-19 is fast spreading today sending fears among all especially during the hard days of lockdown. While we enjoyed staying home and remotely felt sad for watching the news on TV, we failed to accept the intensity of the new living being, which is making room for itself among us”.
She says, “We need to learn to co-exist with Covid-19. Yoga is an ancient science, which is fast becoming a go-to trajectory to find preventive and curative care for ailments and illness.”
“The Yoga Therapy research executed by SVYASA Yoga University reveals that it has therapeutic benefits in improving the immunity of the people helping each one handle the Covid-19 from deep within”.
“The secrets of Yoga reveals the power to master the MI techniques (Mental hygiene and Immunity). The virus outbreak has crushed the MI collapsing the very ecosystem, which is responsible for fighting at the time of pandemics”.
As published in News Today (in Print and Online)