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It is very essential to have a destressed body in order to reach a state of stressless mind. A body which is physically stressed or tired can generate or aggravate the mental stress. The vertebral column and its associated array of, tiny as well as huge and powerful muscles(numbering around 100) which are being subjected to a day to day physical stress building and its accumulation due to our normal activity of standing erect, walking, running, jumping etc. This physical stress is basically a byproduct of our ability of standing erect. The nature"s method of relieving this stress is by way of a good sleep or reclining down atleast for 6-8 hours a day. In case if this does not gets effected , the stressed spine and its tired muscles give out constant mild or strong pain or irritation impulses to the brain , which leads to a continuous attrition in the brain and then thereby the mind becomes stressed. This stress when combined with other mental stresses generated due to the society, job, finances , family etc. becomes more than enough for the mind to handle and thus it gets stressed.
The ancient Indian philosophy of Yoga already envisioned it , and incorporated Yogic exercises to relieve beforehand physical stress in order to reduce the mental stress. There are a number of Yogic exercises described, but presented herewith are a few exercises based on Yogic philosophy , modified or even devised anew to achieve the aim of reducing the physical stress of the spine.
The objective of all Yoga based exercises is to stretch certain joints and muscles in a particular direction which shall counter the day to day physical stress . This stretching shall relieve the stress applied to the joint capsules, ligaments, tendons, fascias, muscles and even the bones. It improves blood circulation in these areas thus leading to a better viability of these tissues, removal of accumulated unwanted excess tissue fluids (cause of fatigue) plus removal of tissue waste products.
CARE should be taken to do the exercises in a slow and gradual manner,increasing the stretch and pressure to reach naturally permissible limits initially, stay shortly (10 - 30 seconds) at this point and then gradually return to the original state. Repetition of a few times of one type of exercise in one sitting would be enough.Exercising once a day is enough but may be done twice with a gap of 8 to 10 hours.