We are moving fast in our life, due to which we are getting a lot of stress and due to which this stress starts taking the form of depression. Because we are not able to pay attention to ourselves because of our work. But we forget that we have to be healthy both physically and mentally but in today’s rush we do not pay attention to ourselves which makes us more negative and irritable. When we are negative, then we are not able to put our attention and desire in any work or we feel more guilt or self-worth, hopelessness about the future then we experience depression. Most of the challenges we face in this generation lead us to failure, despair and insanity which takes the form of depression. Our hectic lifestyles allow very little time to focus on fitness. We forget that emotional well-being is as important as physical strength because our mental health affects us every day.
According to (WHO) World Health Organisation depression is a common mental disorder , with an estimated 3.8% of the population affected. Globally, it is estimated that 5% among adults and 5.7% among adults other than 60 years are suffered from Depression. Roughly 280 million people in the world have depression. Depression is also called major depressive disorder and clinical depression. It has serious implications such as it can leads to suicide. Depression affected women more than men because the women carrying so much stress, work load, family pressure and etc.
Yoga therapy combines yogic counseling with yogic practice to effectively address growing mental health issues. Yoga promotes cleansing and restoring physical and emotional well-being. It naturally boosts positive endorphins to help cope with depression.
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