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  • Managing Mental Health – Work from Home – Chapter 2

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    After having the Insights about the Mental health issues, associated with Work from home – Now let’s know how we can deal and manage Mental health issues. Some of the common issues that people face are – Anxiety, stress, irritation, aggressive behavior, mood swings, depression, fear, insomnia, mental fatigue and confusion. The course of the disease initiates from feelings, thoughts related to mental aspect of the person. These feelings and thoughts have an impact on physical levels of the individual, which further hampers the daily routine and performance in day to day activities. This triggers a feeling of inability, fear of failure, negativity, lowered confidence and then resulting in refraining to perform a task. The root cause for all these symptoms is – excess of worry (Chinta), a series of thoughts usually negative, causes dushti in rasa dhatu and its channels, the seat of which is hriday, (heart and mind) and affects the functioning of the same.  Excessive worrying (Chinta) leads to – Vata dushti, which manifests either as Pralaap i.e more/ irrelevant talking or
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  • Managing Mental Health – Work from Home – Chapter 1

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    Work from home – what a relief…!! this was the first reaction from many of us in its initial days. No travel Hassle, leisure work time, enjoying time with family, and sparing time for hobby made its place; but for how long could we really enjoy it? Times changed, situations changed and so did the work mode and human’s way of handling it. It was not very long, when we realized that this work method is taking a toll not only on our physical health but mental health too; YES…, mental health is equally important. WHO defines “Health as a state of complete Physical, Mental and Social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Ayurveda explains Swasthya (health) as- “Samadosha samagnishch samadhatu mala kriyaha Prasanna atmendriya manaha swasthya ityabhidheeyate” Health according to Ayurveda, not only emphasizes on equilibrium of Dosha, Dhatu, Mala and Agni, at physical level but also extends its concept to well-being of mind and soul (inner self/ emotional factor). As time passed, the flaws with ‘work from home’ started
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