A brisk walk, run, exercise, dance or yoga releases endorphins which produces positive feelings. Also, mindful movement or movement therapy is a somatopsychic science that is the way you move your body that has a direct bearing your state of mind and helps improve it. Hence, try any kind of movement – be it yoga or any other form of movement.
Often we are caught in the loop of thought and cannot focus and get out of it. Bhramari Pranayama is a breathing practice that helps you get out of that chain of thought, re-focus and feel refreshed by soothing the nervous system.
It can be done anywhere, any time, while walking, working or when you are stressed. It is again all about breathing. Breathe in, breathe out really slowly and then hold. Taking slow deep breaths and holding it helps in relaxing your nervous system.
One of the most powerful and popular pranayamas, this helps in calming the body and mind. With time and consistent practice it helps in building resilience.
This exercise focuses on breathing that combines both breathing and exercising. These five exercises if practiced consistently everyday, can help you sail through these tough times.