Sometimes stress feels normal, especially during exams. It is a motivation for some of us, to get the work done. But, there are two types of stress – stress that can motivate you – healthy stress – and stress that can cause anxiety and many other health problems – unhealthy stress.
The Healthy Side of Stress
There have been many experiments on stress. Researchers have been working hard to figure out how different kinds of stress affect us in different ways. For some, stress is a burst of energy advising you on what to do more and what you should focus on further. It can help you meet your daily goals and motivate you to reach your daily challenges. It can even boost memory and help you finish tasks. This only happens when you are in the process of positive stress.
Positive stress is experienced when you are in alignment with the work. Your mind isn’t resisting the work you are doing. It isn’t resisting the problems you are facing. It is solving the problems and turning it into positive energy to solve more problems. Often times, you are at work and you can work for hours without any internal resistance. This is positive stress. When you get home, you want to get to bed. But you also feel so good about having accomplished something during the day. It feels good. Work feels good.
Battling with Negative Stress
But, when you are experiencing negative stress, you are constantly fighting your own self to achieve more. You are fighting with your mind and your mind is fighting with your body to get something done. This is self-induced stress. It is affecting your mind and body. You are not taking or absorbing energy. You are now giving out your energy. You feel low and you feel like procrastinating.
This negative stress when amplified into our lives brings diseases. Anxiety, depression, anger, bipolar disorder and even dementia. The best way to manage the negative stress is to become mindful of what you are feeling stressed about. What is making you do these things? Why are you resorting to negative feelings? What is causing the resistance in your body? Asking yourself these questions helps you address your stress issues.
Keep Yourself Stress-free
And what better way to address stress than the Nitaai Breathing exercise? It is the simplest technique you can use anytime to improve your state of mind. All you have to do is take a deep breath in and then simply exhale “Nitaaaai”. The exhalation part, using the Nitaai sound is very important.
With the constant practice of Nitaai Breathing, you will feel calm and relaxed, pretty much all the time. The amount of stress you are experiencing right now will reduce to almost zero. You won’t have to resort to other self-improvement techniques. Because the Nitaai Breathing exercise is in itself complete. It’s a complete self-transformation tool for you.
The Nitaai Breathing exercise is very useful in resolving mental conflicts. It helps you remove the toxins from your body and influences fresh oxygen to flow throughout your body. You feel completely refreshed in 5-10 minutes of practicing the Nitaai Breathing exercise. Nitaai Breathing is all you need to keep yourself motivated and stress-free.