Covid Recovery

It’s time to say goodbye to the physical and mental stress brought upon by this virus. This program focuses on bringing stability back into the body through gentle stretches and a sense of peace into the mind through deep meditation. The sessions in these series have low-intensity movements that do not challenge the lung capacity and help reset the body for recovery.
6 sessions
Guided pranayama by Divya Rolla
Yoga Nidra
3 sessions
Guided Yoga Nidra by Divya Rolla
Emotional Health in a Global Crisis
7 sessions
What is Covid Recovery?
Covid recovery usually happens two weeks after the body gets infected with the SARS-CoV-2 and prevails up to six weeks and at rare circumstances for more than this period. Recovering from Covid can get better and speeds up by eating healthy food and drinking a lot of fluids. Meditation helps recover from Covid19 effectively than all the conventional methods of today.
What is Covid Recovery Meditation?
Breathing is a healthy practice to reduce stress and strengthen lung efficiency. By doing this regularly, one can increase the overall immunity of the physical body. Covid recovery meditation first relaxes the body and opens the body capability with simple stretches. With pranayama practice, research states that it aids in recovering effectively from Covid. Covid recovery meditation improves lung capacity and also helps in healing instantly.
What Causes Covid?
Covid is caused by a virus known as a coronavirus (CoV) or COVID-19 virus that is a vast family causing illness with prevalent symptoms like common cold and other severe health problems associated with it. Respiratory illness is the most common sign of this virus that ranges from mild to moderate. Covid affects people with diabetes, cardiovascular problems, cancer and other chronic respiratory diseases in a severe manner.
Symptoms of Covid
Covid exhibits common symptoms like fever, dry cough and fatigue. Sometimes it is also seen to cause sore throat, diarrhoea, headache, body aches, conjunctivitis, loss of taste and smell. In severely affected patients, it is seen to cause chest pain and breathing difficulty or breathlessness.
Who Should Perform Meditation for Covid Recovery?
Meditation for Covid recovery should be done by people who have been affected by Covid. Meditation helps the body and the respiratory system recover from the deadly virus's impact on the body. Covid recovery meditation prevents and treats the scarring that happens in the lungs to greater extents when compared to other unconventional treatments.
How Can Meditation Be Effective for Covid Recovery?
Meditation's essential technique is breathing exercise, and these are known to create a good effect on the lungs positively. With or without any health condition, doing Pranayama and other related breathing exercises, focusing helps one attain a perfect health condition with time effectively. Morning meditation, sleep meditation and relax music are the best treatments to recover from Covid effectively.
List of Meditation Activities for Covid Recovery
The central part of Covid recovery meditation is the Pranayama or the breathing technique combined with a few minutes of guided meditation to maximise the benefits. Let us discuss in detail how to perform it. 30 minutes of Pranayama This is a breathing exercise that one need not do for a long time. But when practised for at least 30 minutes every day, it bestows the best results. It is done stepwise as follows. On the first day of Pranayama, please start with five minutes or two minutes. Then as days go by, the time is increased, and the person becomes more advanced. The different types of Pranayama are discussed below that are efficient for people recovering from Covid. Pursed Lip Breathing Try practising pursed lip breathing by first relaxing the neck and shoulders. Then close the mouth and inhale slowly through the nose for two counts. Purse the lips as if you are about to whistle and then exhale slowly. Perform this by blowing air out slowly with the lip for four counts. Diaphragmatic Breathing This is the breathing with the belly or diaphragm, and it must be done for ten minutes a day for thrice a day. Initially, a person will feel exhausted performing it, but he/she will find it easy to achieve with time. It is done by lying on the back. The knees are bent, and the head is placed on a pillow. One of the hands is placed above the chest, and the other hand is kept below the rib cage. This will permit the performer to feel his/her diaphragm move. Then inhale through the nose and exhale with the lips in the pursed position. Tighten the stomach muscles as you do this and have the hands entirely still. Box Breathing This is done by sitting with the back straight. Breathing is done by pushing all the air out of the lungs with intentional exhalation. Inhale slowly through the nose, and then with four counts, make sure to fill the lungs with maximum air. Hold it and then count again until four. Then slowly exhale through the mouth, making sure the lungs are devoid of all the oxygen completely. Nasal Breathing: This is the most basic kind of breathing anybody performs. It is done with the following steps. They are: Sit with crossed legs and place one hand on the knee. Now with the thumb of the other hand, close the nostril and exhale completely. Then close the other nostril and inhale through the next one. Immediately open the other nostril and exhale through it. Keep doing this continuously for five minutes. Kapalbhati Breathing This is done by sitting in any comfortable position. Sit with the spine straight, and the hands-on the knees with the palms faced upwards. Take a deep breath and then exhale slowly by contracting the belly and forcing all the breath out in a short period. Twenty times this is done, and this makes one complete set of kapalbhati breathing. Then relax for some time with the eyes closed and pay attention to all the sensations in the body. Practice this for three rounds on the whole, which effectively improves the concentration levels.
Sessions to Recover Emotional Health
This session consists of seven sets of guided meditation to improve mental and emotional health during mental stress. Therefore, the power of meditation is the best post-recovery remedy for Covid. This is first done by sitting in any comfortable position as per one's choice with the most famous Gyan Mudra. Then by concentrating on the inner chakras, one should channel them to the forehead with the help of the third eye. By breathing in and out in a profound manner, one must transcendentally bring the mind and body to a centre point. One must practice it any time of the day, and after performing this, one will feel calm and find it easy to connect with self and others. The main benefits of these meditation sessions are to let go, boost immunity, create awareness, develop gratitude and acceptance. Furthermore, with continuous Covid recovery meditation, it is seen to relax the body, increase flight response, and decrease anxiety.
Health Benefits of Covid Recovery Meditation
There are various health benefits because of Covid recovery meditation. They are: It decreases the stress caused Post-Covid as the mind and body would have developed external and internal strains and pressures. Post Covid recovery meditation soothes and calms the nervous system in response to all the stress that is developed. Breathing techniques for Covid are also seen to reduce the anxiety levels that shoot up during the recovery periods as the body takes time to cope up and heal. It increases the body's oxygen levels, which is essential as the oxygen levels drop during the infection of the Covid virus. Post Covid recovery meditation improves sleep quality and relieves stress from the system effectively. It further decreases snoring conditions and enhances the quality of sleep. Breathing meditation for Covid helps one focus on the present moment and be least bothered about the future and past. This is known as mindfulness, and higher levels of mindfulness improve the regulation of all emotions. Meditation for mental health during Covid removes all the carbon dioxide and increases the oxygen concentration in the brain cells. Breathing meditation for Covid reduces the blood pressure and treats hypertension conditions. Hypertension or high blood pressure levels cause stroke and heart diseases, and therefore breathing with meditation is essential to treat this specific problem in human beings. Breathing techniques for Covid strengthen the lungs, and with everyday practice, it helps the respiratory organ recover completely from pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis. Meditation for emotional health during Covid enhances the cognitive performance of the body. Covid recovery meditation is effectively seen to reduce nicotine and tobacco cravings in people who are prone to the hazardous habit which will further worsen the lung condition.
Disadvantages of Covid Recovery Meditation
There are no disadvantages related to Covid recovery meditation as it is seen to develop lung condition and increase oxygen levels. The breathing exercise for Covid when overdone beyond the nominal levels might pressure the body condition on the person; otherwise, studies state that there is no disadvantage with meditation for Covid recovery.
Dos & Don'ts
The dos and don'ts related to Covid recovery meditation are: Do not practice it immediately after the meals or on a full stomach. Either perform it on an empty stomach or wait for one hour after the meal. Wear comfortable and good fit clothes to perform Covid recovery meditation without any hindrance and interruptions. Stay focussed on the body and mind constantly by relaxing all the parts of the body in order. Breathe and do the inhalation and exhalation properly throughout the entire Covid recovery meditation program. Do not forget to keep the energy levels high with enhanced and efficient breathing as it increases the oxygen levels in the body. Welcome, all kinds of emotions that arise in mind without denying or suppressing if it is negative. Practice this type of Covid recovery meditation in a more serene, calm and composed environment to prevent distractions. Please make sure the environment where one performs or practices has only subtle and warm lights. Lighting has an impact on the efficiency of meditation. Do not forget to empty the bladder before performing the Covid recovery meditation. Practice this meditation with the proper recorded or guided instructions. Take care to have the system well hydrated during the sessions. Have a cushion or bolster for support if the sessions are going to be done for extended periods.
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