Yoga isn’t just a fitness regime,it’s a way of life. Beginners shouldn’t start off a course looking to misplace heaviness or get into large personal shape. The most significant thing for beginners is that they should hold an open brain and be prepared to know-how affirmative alterations in their brain and body.


They’re typically prescribed drugs like beta blockers in an effort to alleviate the symptoms, but these drugs don’t work for all patients, and come with a slew of side effects.

Beta blockers work by “blocking” the normally stimulating effects of the adrenaline hormone on your heart. They also slow your heart rate and reduce your heart’s need for oxygen when you exert yourself, which means your heart doesn’t have to work as hard.

These drugs have been used for more than 30 years to treat high blood pressure, and they are recommended as the first line of defense in both the United States and international health guidelines.

Aside from often being ineffective, they’re known to cause an array of serious side effects including heart attack and stroke, type 2 diabetes, and sexual dysfunction, just to name a few.

The benefits of yoga are numerous. It helps improve physical fitness, stress, general well being, controls mental clarity and greater self-understanding. People of all ages can do yoga and it can also be adapted for people with disabilities or special needs. Th asanas enhance muscle strength, coordination as well as flexibility and can help keep one’s body fit in addition to helping control cholesterol level, reduce weight, normalize blood pressure and improve cardiovascular performance.

Apart from these, when people actively seek to reduce stress in their lives by consoling the mind, the body often works to heal itself. In this sense yoga can be seen not only as a way to get into shape on several levels, but also as a tool for self-healing.