CHICAGO, IL / ICROWDNEWSWIRE/ March 15, 2021 — Maintaining health and wellness have been difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gyms, Fitness clubs, Sporting events, Travel, and Dining in restaurants have been closed for months. This may lead to depression, chronic stress, anxiety, anger, pessimism, and life dissatisfaction, and all these are associated with potentially harmful biological responses.
“A large body of study data now makes it clear that psychological health can impact a patient’s heart health, just as diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia can, and that improving our patients’ psychological health is likely to lead to reduced cardiac risk down the road,” However, Dr. Munavvar Izhar recently explained that Holistic approach with mindful living leading to a balanced life and happiness is more important now than ever.
Dr. Munavvar Izhar, MD says that Holistic living is a complex topic. It’s not just practicing one particular style of healthy living. It’s living a balanced life with the mind, body, and soul in line. A Balanced Life for one may not be balanced for the other. Each person has to figure out a balance that suits them. Munavvar Izhar says that the issue is that most of us never try to balance our lives. We do not check how much work is too much work, do not test the activities that used to bring us joy. All we do is walk through life the same way we always have, hoping that something changes in our favor but doing little for it. If you want to lead a balanced life then you have to test things out for yourself personally. Munavvar Izhar MD emphasizes that a truly balanced life is one where we feel satisfied and happy at the end of the day.
Munavvar Izhar says that a “balanced” life is something that is always subject to the eye of the beholder. It is you that defines this term and therefore it is you who has to figure out what it means. There is no one definition that will fit everyone, and if you start living someone else’s balance you’ll find yourself imbalanced very quickly. Dr. Munavvar Izhar emphasizes to find your own way of doing things, balance your desires and joys with the things you perceive as musts, and make every day one where you can go to bed with a satisfied smile on your face!
Munavvar Izhar proposes a few mantras which can lead to a Balanced and Happy life:
Munavvar Izhar MD said that following the above 10 mantras to live a balanced life will help you grow spiritually, intellectually, and physically as you age”. “This can actually stifle or reverse the aging process.” Munavvar Izhar expressed that in older populations, it can relieve the pain associated with chronic ailments and improve overall physical well-being.
Dr. Munavvar Izhar says following the above mantras of leading a balanced life will start generating “Happiness” in your life. However, there are other modalities to enhance happiness. “Gratitude and Forgiveness” are a cornerstone in achieving happiness. “Connection” and more importantly meaningful connection whether it be to a hobby, interest, people, or activity is also very important in generating happiness. Munavvar Izhar says that you have achieved happiness if all your rich friends are enjoying their lives spending a lot of money buying BMWs, Mansions, expensive cars or exotic vacations but you are having happiness by Reading books, Singing your favorite songs, Connecting with friends, Meditating, Eating your favorite food and loving yourself.
Munavvar Izhar also emphasized the art of living alone and being happy. Learning to be alone and content is a process and learning to love oneself is also a process. This can take a very long time and it all depends on how much effort you are willing to put into changing your lifestyle and way of thinking. Munavvar Izhar, MD says that distractions are really important if you want to be happy in your own company. He says that hobbies, interests and activities can make one lose themselves for many hours sometimes even forgetting to eat or drink anything. Dr. Munavvar Izhar says that once you have mastered the art of happiness you will realize that happiness is not dependent on other people or material possessions but is generated from within.
“Holistic, Balanced, and Happy life is critical to staying mentally healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Munavvar Izhar said, “The stresses this year has brought have been overwhelming. People are wondering what is going to happen to their jobs, how they’re going to continue homeschooling their children, and when they’re going to be able to enjoy time with friends and family again.”
“Returning to a more holistic way of life is more important than ever right now,” Munavvar Izhar said. “A holistic lifestyle is geared towards developing a happy, superior overall well-being.”
“If you’ve been working toward a more holistic lifestyle, now is the time to put what you’ve learned into action,” Dr. Munavvar Izhar said. “Stay in touch with the present moment, eat healthily, exercise regularly, take a moment to pause, reflect and enjoy your favorite hobbies throughout the day. These tools can be extremely helpful in keeping you mentally and physically healthy during these overwhelming COVID times.”
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