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Sitali Breathing: A Journey to Inner Calm
In the bustling rhythm of our daily lives, finding moments of tranquility can often feel like a luxury. Yet, the power to achieve this serenity lies within many of us, still waiting to be unlocked. At Miracles Asia, we've always believed in the transformative power of holistic healing.
Today, we'd like to introduce you to a timeless technique that has been a beacon of calm for many: Sitali Breathing.
Sitali Breathing: An Introduction
Our approach to addiction recovery and well-being is rooted in holistic practices. We understand that healing is not just about addressing the physical, but also about nurturing the mind and spirit.
Alcohol-Related Brain Damage
Most people are aware of the well-known dangers of alcohol misuse, such as liver disease, cardiovascular issues, or even accidents and injuries born out of misadventure and poor judgment. The consequences of drinking alcohol frequently and above the recommended weekly units are widely reported, also including an increased risk of cancers, mental health disorders, nutritional deficiencies, and reduced immune function.
But most people are unaware of the sheer number of illnesses and disorders that are a direct result of too much alcohol consumption, which are officially in excess of 200 known conditions. That's quite a staggering number when you think about it, made even more alarming when considering the number of people who succumb to alcohol-related illness each year.
Signs, Causes, and Dangers of Blackout From Drinking
Have you ever experienced “one of those nights"?
An old friend shows up and invites you to an evening out. You've had a terrific day so far, and now, being in quite high spirits, you find yourself getting carried away in the moment.
By the time the taxi arrives, you have already drunk far more than you usually would, and the night hasn't even started yet.
At the bar, someone thrusts champagne into your grasp. Ten minutes later, a round of tequila feels like a bright idea. Then another round. Then another.
Your slurred suggestion of “maybe we should eat” is ignored as a round of gigantic cocktails arrives, followed by more of those awful shots.