Ayurveda For You Monthly Newsletter

Ayurveda For You Newsletter

December - 2017.  Vol. 17 - Issue - 12

From Editor's Desk:

Dear Reader,

Namaste!

Welcome to the December issue of 'AFY-IAA Newsletter'.

Article in this issue is "Relation between Sleep Quality and Stress" and it is contributed by one of our readers, Mr.Joseph Scott
Sleep is a necessary human function — it allows our brains to recharge and our bodies to rest. New research shows that deeper sleep leads to less stress and vice versa.

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Creating footsteps for Global Ayurveda

Prof. Em. Dr. Subhash Ranade,Chairman, IAA And Dr. Sunanda Ranade,Vice-Chairman, IAA, are are starting this new series of articles from this issue of AFY-IAA Newsletter. These articles have been written specially for readers of this newsletter.
Since last 35 years, They are propagating Ayurveda all over the world. Till today, they have visited 77 countries and have taken the flag of Ayurveda to all the five continents of the World. This new series of articles will cover various countries, their brief historical background, interesting sightseeing places, important Ayurvedic Institutions and people who have contributed to the spread of Ayurveda. We are sure that all Ayurvedic enthusiast will find this series very informative and interesting.
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Article Of The Month: Relation between Sleep Quality and Stress

Sleep is a necessary human function — it allows our brains to recharge and our bodies to rest.
Deeper sleep leads to less stress and vice versa, new research shows. One night of lousy sleep, just one night, is all it takes for your stress level to go through the roof, scientists are discovering. “The quality of your sleep plays a crucial role in the way you cope with stress. Lack of sleep affects the brain’s ability to regulate your emotional response to events” says D. Jennifer Martin, a clinical psychologist and a behavioral sleep medicine specialist at UCLA.

It doesn’t end there, because the extra stress makes sleep even more elusive the following night. “Your cortisol levels are elevated and your heart is pumping faster—two things that keep you awake and impair the quality of your rest once you do drift off,” Martin says. In fact, research shows that people who slept just four hours one night had higher levels of cortisol the next night, making it hard for them to get back on track.

It’s a classic catch-22: You need sleep to de-stress but are too frazzled to turn in, and the lack of rest makes you even more tense. Break free of this draining cycle with the latest research and expert advice.

Do Regular Work out- Research shows that people who go to the gym regularly sleep better than those who don’t....

Get your minerals- Over half of adults in the U.S. don’t get enough magnesium in their diets. That shortfall could create a deficiency and lead to anxiety and insomnia...

Eat foods with prebiotics-Raw garlic, leeks, and onions are packed with prebiotics, a type of fiber that improves your gastrointestinal health and affects brain function in such a way that it becomes easier for you to let go of stress...

Go off track- Try to arrange your schedule so you can spend about eight hours in bed every night, which should wind up giving you around seven hours of actual sleep. It’s fine to use a tracker...

Don’t force it- Going to bed earlier isn’t always better. In fact, turning in too prematurely can be another way of unproductively stressing out about your snooze time....

SLEEP HELPS FOR WEIGHT LOSS- Logging six to eight hours a night and lowering your tension levels can help you drop pounds, researchers report in the International Journal of Obesity. People who got that amount of sleep and said theyt felt pretty Zen were twice as likely to shed at least 10 pounds than stressed-out participants who got less or more sleep....

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