Hard workers like you and I have so much on our minds that it can easily get very hard to focus as well as we used to. We’ve all heard stories about people losing focus and having difficulty ever finding it again, and that leads them to not live and work up to their full potential. If you too are starting to feel distracted and tired all the time, and simply can’t give 100% to every challenging situation, you should fight it before it gets out of hand.
Fortunately, you have yoga workshops to help you through; the answer the question to “Can I Get My Focus Back” is a resounding YES!
Yoga is your gateway to a healthy body
The proverbial saying ‘a healthy mind rests in a healthy body’ hits the nail on the head. How does one expect to commit 100% to a situation if they’re dealing with chronic headaches, back pain, foot pain, or their vital organs are not functioning optimally? We may not realize but poor digestion, lung capacity, immune system problems etc. get in the way of our work and home lives a lot. Yoga helps stimulate the internal organs, gets the blood flowing evenly through the body, relieves stress and fights ailments. Essentially, yoga hits all the check marks on the list of prerequisites for a healthy mind to thrive.
Some Yoga Poses Boost Concentration
Yoga poses like the prayer pose, the eagle pose, and the crane pose stimulate the mind, connect you with your inner-self, and boost concentration. Of course, performing such yoga poses has several other health benefits as well. Just a 20-minute yoga session in the morning improves brain functions and vitality!
Studies That Support the Claim
If you think, we’re just shooting in the dark, you have another thing coming. Research and study has constantly proved that yoga indeed helps boost focus;
Neha Gotha, a former student of Illinois University, along with her partners, discovered that just one session of yoga improves an individual’s reaction time and accuracy in standardized tests.https://news.illinois.edu/blog/view/6367/204796
Another study posted on the US national Library of Medicine’s website says that yoga improves a person’s cognitive performances.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3017967/
We urge you to enroll yourself to group or private yoga classes and realize the potential of your own mind.
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