Stress & Anxiety @ Dr.Garje Ayurved Panchakarma Clinic

Are you under stress? Does your workplace give you stress? Is your child under constant stress and anxiety for his studies? Has the daily routine become a stressful event for you?

Stress! It is a common word in today’s life. People are always running after their hectic schedules trying to make odds meet. The school life, the workplace, the society, and the peer group: all this regular, routine stuff is a source and originator of stress to us. Starting from trifle minor issues to huge personal and professional matters, life tries to add stress and anxiety to our lives constantly. In other words, we can say we create stress for ourselves in whatever we do.

The fast running lifestyle today has hovered over the easy, relaxed state of mind and created havoc in our brains. We are constantly anxious over something or the other. The fear of not accomplishing our desired tasks, or failing in some activity makes us stress over petty issues and therefore get into stress.

Another important reason for being under constant stress is the unhealthy lifestyle followed by majority of people today. The late sleeping hours, the unhealthy junk food, lack of physical workouts and exercise leads to unhealthy body and mind. The body gets devoid of happy hormones and anti-oxidants that fight anxiety.

what is Stress?

Stress is the reaction a person gives to any stressor outside his body. The stress initiating agent may be environmental, emotional, or social factor. In simple words, it is the body’s reaction to any unpleasant event around it which strongly affects. The body may react through a physical or an emotional reaction.

what is Anxiety?

Anxiety is defined as a condition where the person’s inner turmoil makes him/her react in a nervous way on the outer front. The person shows nervous reactions like pacing back and forth, repeating same actions again and again, and many more.

what are the symptoms that appear if you are under stress?

There are a variety of symptoms that appear if a person is suffering from stress and anxiety. These symptoms could be related to behaviour, emotional, or physical part of our being.

Some of the symptoms are:

emotional symptoms :

  •  Irritable behaviour
  •  Being short tempered
  •  Being anxious over petty issues
  •  Loneliness and isolation
  •  Depression

Behavioral Symptoms:

  •  Nervous behaviour like being too hasty or pacing around or biting nails
  •  Neglecting and ignoring things constantly
  •  Appetite increases or decreases sharply
  •  Sleep increases or decreases sharply
  •  Remains isolated and indifferent

Physical Symptoms:

  •  General pain in body
  •  May have diarrhoea or constipation
  •  Complains of nausea, morning sickness, or dizziness
  •  Heartbeat increases or decreases
  •  Frequent colds

how can ayurveda help avoid stress and anxiety?

Ayurvedic system of medicine is an ancient Indian system of medicine that uses the inherent power of herbs to help diseases in a natural and healthy way. We in Ayurveda believe that the body is controlled by three different energies which are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These energies maintain the balance in our bodies and any imbalance in these energies may disorient the body system.

The Ayurvedic herbs help remove stress and anxiety from our daily lives in a natural and herbal way. They are completely safe and help in attaining an easy, stress free life.