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Burnout manifests as a profound disconnect from your true self and is marked by emotional fatigue, withdrawal from activities and diminished effectiveness. It exerts a comprehensive toll on your personal and professional life, affecting you physically, emotionally and even spiritually.
Stress is a natural response to the challenges that we face in life. When it becomes persistent,it can lead to a range of health issues, impact our quality of life and even reduce our lifespan. It makes us less effective, disengaged and less connected to those around us.
A healthy diet is a crucial aspect of maintaining our overall wellbeing and protecting us against malnutrition and non–communicable diseases (NCDs). These diseases (such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer) are prevalent in the society that we live in and this is largely due to unhealthy dietary habits and sedentary ‘digitalised’ lifestyles.
While ageing is a process we all experience, there are actionable tactics we can implement to slow it down internally and externally. Ageing is directly related to the health and lifespan of our body’s cells, and by nurturing them, we can decelerate the process and signs of ageing.
Scientists have identified five strategies to extend telomeres and the intrinsic factors contributing to ageing and these include: engaging in physical and mental exercise, prioritising healthy sleep patterns, making nutritious food choices and fostering a sense of community.
Yoga has a profound impact on emotional resilience, equipping individuals with tools to navigate stress and life’s challenges with grace and stability. The transformative power of yoga becomes especially visible when considering the personal stories of long-time practitioners.
Ayurveda is an ancient science that focuses on the maintenance and promotion of healththrough our diet and lifestyle. It teaches that the human body is sustained by a combination offactors including body (Sharir), senses (Indriyas), mind (Satwa) and spirit (Atma) and five fundamental entities known as Panchamahabhuta: Akash, Vayu, Teja, Jala and Prithvi.