By having an autoimmune condition, your body cannot identify the difference between its own cells and its attackers. There is no cure for an autoimmune condition, however medical treatment is given to reduce the symptoms and inflammation. In this blog, we will look at the benefits of relaxation and how yoga helps to reduce symptoms in autoimmune conditions.
Relaxation To Support Your Autoimmune Condition.
Will undoubtedly improve how you manage your autoimmune condition. It is imperative to understand how stress plays its part in your autoimmune condition. There are many things to take into consideration, however ongoing stress can trigger flares. Henceforth, introducing a self-care routine that supports your relaxation and autoimmune condition to your daily life is vital.
At the end of January, I will be hosting a 7 Days Challenge. This challenge will partly focus on deep relaxation.
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The challenge is aimed at giving you tools to nurture your mind and body to keep your stress levels at a minimum, boost your immune system and mindset.
Therefore the challenge will allow you to take time to practice restorative yoga poses, which aid deep rest and relaxation. Each pose will be practised for 15 to 20 minutes.
Because you are unable to limit all stress, you can at least put into place practices that to support your well-being, which will start to lower your cortisol levels and support your nervous system.
During the seven days, you will build a practice that you will be able to use daily, and that is convenient to your own routine
Benefits of Restorative Yoga For Supporting An Autoimmune Condition.
- Rest, Relax and Renew
- Opportunity slows you down
- Heighten awareness of body and mind
- Helps with insomnia
- Relieve tension
- Brings Inner Peace
- Calms your mind, surrender and let go
- Helps in balance in your hormones
With this in mind to support your self-care and well-being
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