Lifestyle How Yoga can help Millennials get a balanced-life

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Millennials are found to be extremely stressed and overworked, especially with the existence of social media. Thus, leading an increased pressure on them.

Yoga has been go-to for millennials with its own time consumption and its benefits. If you're a passionate yoga practitioner, you've probably noticed some yoga benefits.

It could be in sleeping better or getting fewer colds as well as just feeling more relaxed and at ease. But if you've ever tried telling a newbie about the benefits of yoga you’ll be met with scepticism and wariness.

Whether you are looking for reasons to begin doing yoga or seeking to just know the benefits of yoga, this list is for you.

1.  It helps you fight food cravings

Regular yoga has been found to be associated with mindful eating as a result of an awareness of physical and emotional sensations associated with eating.

Yoga generates physical awareness through its breathing exercises which strengthens the mind-body connection.

2.  Yoga is a stress reliever

With as few as 4 minutes a day it can help get rid of stress that can accumulate from day to day activities mentally and physically. Yoga postures and meditation are proven as being effective stress relieving techniques.

3.  Yoga helps to increase sexual desire

It has been shown that with yoga you can increase sexual desire, arousal, performance, confidence, orgasm and satisfaction for both men and women.

This is because yoga increases blood flow into the genital area and strengthens pelvic floor muscles. Also, the breathing and mind control involved with yoga improves sexual performance.

4.  Yoga helps you sleep better

Studies have shown that one of the benefits of yoga is that it significantly improved sleep quality for people with insomnia. It has also been seen to help people feel less fatigued. This can be attributed to yoga’s ability to help people deal with stress,

5.  Yoga actually helps improve your immunity

An irregularity in the body affects the mind and similarly, unpleasantness or restlessness in the mind can manifest as an ailment in the body.

Yoga poses massage organs and strengthens muscles; breathing techniques and meditation release stress and improve immunity.