OUR LATEST NEWS
Beauty Isn’t Physical
Beauty is not about being perfect, wearing expensive clothes, using the high-end makeup products, or getting regular facials/manicure, etc. however, these things are important but not that much. For feeling beautiful and sexy, the most important thing is to be confident. When you are confident about yourself, confident about the things you have, or the clothes you put – everyone appreciates you. For feeling beautiful and sexy, you don’t need expensive clothes but the courage to accept yourself the way you are. Don’t see people and start comparing yourself that what if you get what they have, or what if you have the same clothes or accessories – think that what so ever you have, or whatever you have put on is best. When you think optimistic about yourself and your clothes, people automatically start complimenting you.
The World Of Today!
Today’s world is like an exhibition where people showcase themselves and others judge them based on ‘what they are wearing’, ‘which car they own’, and ‘how much money they spend on vacations’, etc. In the world like this, harder to be satisfied with what you have. People are constantly being bombarded by fake and unachievable beauty. But remember, the beauty and sexiness that is portrayed in the media, ads, or even in the real world – it’s ideally unrealistic. The images or the beauty you see on the social media/ads are all photo-shopped, heavily airbrushed, or filtered. People looking perfect to you have a real spot-full face beneath the makeup, the dreamy clothes that are catching your eye might be robbed. Who knows? When you compare yourself with unrealistic beauty, you end up hurting yourself and this is not the right thing.
To feel beautiful and sexy, be yourself. Feel great in whatever you put on and be confident in it. If you are wearing old fashioned clothes but you like them, do wear them. You shouldn’t give anyone the chance to judge you. But still, if someone does, do answer them rightly. Fashion is what you make. When you wear something confidently, it becomes a fashion. So from now on, don’t ever compare yourself with others. Never think that these clothes would have looked good on me. Think that ‘I am the most beautiful and sexiest person out there’. It’s a victory!
Need a pick-me-up? If you are feeling a little low after waking, it’s tempting to order breakfast, video calling your best friend or to-go shopping, but putting 5-10 minutes aside to practice yoga in the morning could transform your mood and health – in a lot more ways than you think.
According to the latest research, yoga helps decrease the secretion of cortisol (stress hormone), which in turn helps in improving your overall health. Wherever you have to go and whatever your plans are for the day, it’s easy to squeeze in just 5-10 minutes of yoga practice in the morning. Here are 10 reasons how yoga keeps you healthy and why it’s worth it:
- ImproveBody Strength,Flexibility, And Posture.
Morning yoga practice helps you tone and stretch your body muscles and keeps you fresh throughout the day. Popular posts like planks help in strengthening your shoulders, abs, arms, and even legs. You don’t need to have a flexible body for doing yoga, it’s the beauty of yoga that everyone with all levels of ability can do it. By practicing certain yoga poses like a downward-facing dog and the warrior, you will soon start feeling the difference in your body’s flexibility – whether you’re pretty bendy already or not at all. Morning yoga helps in improving your body posture, makes you walk taller, and sit up straighter. By doing yoga in the morning, your body aches and pains will also be alleviated and you will be completely ready for the day!
- Keeps Your Overall Fit.
When it comes to fitness or improving your body, most of us start thinking about the huffing and puffing at the gym. However, weights are not the only thing helpful in keeping you fit. A morning yoga gives you all that fitness which a gym can, but more holistically and peacefully. Yoga combines the aspects of strength, cardio, and functional training – all together. What else do you need? The best part about doing yoga is that it can be done at your place, without any noise and other issues.
- It Helps In Weight Loss.
You don’t need to do hot yoga, or get crazy on yoga for losing weight. A 5-10 minute morning yoga fuel the metabolic system of your body that further helps in burning fat – leading to weight loss. Yoga also helps in restoring the hormonal balance in your body, which is also helpful in normalizing your body weight.
- IncreasesYourBody Energy.
Just 5-10 minutes of yoga in the morning provides you with that much-needed energy boost and keeps you fit as a fiddle. Yoga with its unique synergy of body and breathwork is perfect at times when you’re feeling a little low and dull.
Morning yoga practice stirs the main energy centers (called chakras) in your body. There are different poses in yoga for extra energy, such as the tree pose helps in circulating the energy throughout the body, and cobra pose (that open the chest), encourages the intake of more breath.
- Reduce Stress.
According to various researches, yoga is proved to be a great stress buster. A yoga practice, even short or long, comprises three elements; poses, breathing, and meditation. Studies have shown that people who practice all these elements into their morning yoga are better able to regulate their heart-rate variability (HRV). This generally means that in the condition of low heart rate, their body will be able to respond to stress more flexibly.
- It Helps With Better Breathing.
Deep and calm breathing is an essential element of yoga. Yogic breathing techniques are very helpful in slowing down your breath and helps you in breathing completely – from your stomach’s pit to the top of your lungs. Morning yoga helps you a lot in feeling relaxed and balanced that you will be able to face your entire day with calmness and confidence. Breathing yoga also has some side benefits like increased lung capacity and more tidal volume (the total amount of air that your lungs are capable of holding at once). Breathing yoga can help you stay calm in hours of an emergency, and make you think clearer even in stressful situations.
- It Helps You Be Happier.
By adding a few poses in your daily 5-10 minutes morning yoga, you can make yourself an emotionally stronger and happier person. According to a recent study, morning yoga practice results in increased levels of serotonin (the happiness hormone).
- You Become More Mindful.
Yoga and mindfulness go along. When you practice yoga, you shift your entire mind, the sensations, thoughts, and emotions to that specific pose. That awareness brings your mind back to the present moment – it’s the main aim of mindfulness and it helps in staying focused and happy.
By practicing mindfulness, most of people have witnessed different physical and psychological benefits. Yoga makes you feel calm, relaxed, and less anxious. When you practice yoga, you automatically experience self-acceptance, self-confidence, and higher levels of energy and enthusiasm.
- It ImprovesConcentration AndHelps You Think Clearer.
By practicing yoga, you concentrate on your breathing. The process of concentrating on your breath calms your mind and helps you feel relaxed. As a result of this mental relaxation, you can recollect and retain more information and stay focused on things. Yoga meditating for just 5-10 minutes in the morning can result in better concentration throughout the day. So what’s the delay?
- It Helps You Live Longer.
As it’s clean now that morning yoga helps with your fitness, keeps you happier, regulates your heart perfectly, and reduces your stress levels. All of these factors are responsible for controlling your life years.
It’s also known that yoga decreases the risk of heart disease, and reduces the pace of your breathing which is directly linked to your life’s span. According to a recent study, yoga meditation helps the process of aging by protecting the telomeres (caps) at our chromosomes’ ends.
How many more excuses do you need for hitting the yoga mat? Start your morning yoga today and be healthy and happy!
At some points in our life, we are all guilty of being overly critical about our bodies. Like looking into a mirror and thinking about things holding you back from fitting into the perfect ideal you have in your mind — pimples, color, spots/wrinkles, hair, body weight, and much more along the way. You may tell yourself if only these things were fixed, you would have been perfect. Then you would have the courage to ask your crush on a date or to go for your dream job. The perception you have in your mind about your body sticks to your personality that far – that it holds you back from achieving the things you’re capable of.
However, at some point, all of this has to stop. There comes a time when you are tired of doing things and remember when you have been criticizing yourself for years but nothing worked. That is the time when you try approving of yourself and see the magic happening!
Your body is amazing, it’s capable of doing wonders. It helps you breathe, move, and smell. So it is recognized for the things it does rather than being reduced in weight for a dress. Learn to love your body you are in — every time is good for a start!
- Stop Criticizing Yourself.
The first thing that you need to do is to stop self-hating yourself. When you look at yourself in the mirror, stop worrying about the dark circles under your eyes or how fat you are looking in a dress. Instead of thinking, “I hate my skinny legs”, say “I look smart in these jeans”. Be optimistic about yourself – it’s a key to a happy life! When someone compliments you, don’t get under-confident or put yourself down in response. Instead, be polite and talk about yourself with love. When you treat yourself with love, others treat you with love too.
- Treat Yourself The Way You Treat Others.
It’s very easy to criticize yourself and be hateful about your body. You have no problem saying that ‘your hands are ugly’, or your ‘dress looks bad’, but would you bestow the same critics on loved ones? Probably not. Make a point in not treating yourself differently than you treat your loved ones. Treat yourself and your body just the way you want your loved ones to be treated by others.
- Pay Attention To Your Feelings.
If you feel good about your body and it feels light and perfect to you, then it doesn’t matter what the scale says or what others are thinking. Focus on the things you feel, not about the things that others will feel or think. Do you love eating ice-cream cone in the street? But can’t eat it because you think ‘what people will think’, right? Why do you think about others? If you will think about what others will think, then what others will think? Haha, it might not make sense to you but the thing is ‘if you like doing anything, then do it! Feel free like a child and enjoy it! When you start focusing on your happiness and feelings, you automatically become confident and feel great in how you are.
- Stop Comparisons With Others.
This is the worst thing you do to yourself. By calling it a girl crush, you start comparing yourself with others. There are people who we envy for their physical appearances, nature, or wellbeing. But the habit of comparing yourself with them is dangerous. When you develop a habit of comparing yourself with others, you self-destroy yourself by trying to be like them. Not only does it makes you feel jealous or competitive against the person, but it makes you under-confident and unable to accomplish your goals. Remember the very person who seems perfect to you has its insecurities and complexities. No one is perfect, if they have one thing then they might lack others. So, be happy and confident in what you have and how you are!
- Do Things That Make You Happy.
Do things which make you feel good and happy. Taking a long bath, lather yourself with coconut oil, sleeping in a gym suit, dancing in the middle of a day, taking a music class, or cooking – do whatever that makes you feel good about yourself. When you will start living as you want and you will be happy in being yourself, all the negativity and self-hate will begin to diminish. So what’s the delay? Start your journey towards ‘loving the body you are in’ and everything will be perfect itself