• Agnihotra is a simple old Vedic remedy. Angi translates to fire, and hotra to healing. Agnihotra is not connected to any religion; it is merely a practice, an energy ritual that purifies the air and our awareness.

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  • Shaking the blues with nature’s tunes! Interacting with animals is known to reduce the levels of cortisol (stress hormones) in the blood. Bird-watching, on the other hand, hones patience which is essential during rehabilitation, additionally it builds reflexes which is a promising sign that assures cognitive ability. Gardening is also a natural stress reliever; the organic vegetables and fruits cultivated in Abhasa’s garden are used for our everyday cooking.Yoga incorporates physical postures and conscious breathing. Balance, flexibility, range of motion, and strength can be enhanced by yoga, it can also improve mental health, although these benefits are more difficult to quantify. Yoga, according to numerous studies, can release beneficial brain chemicals, relieve depression, reduce stress and anxiety, boost social life and develop other social behaviors, and improve sleep.

  • We can't get rid of our thoughts, and sometimes the more we try to quiet them, the louder they get. Meditation, on the other hand, can help quiet the mind's chatter. Studies have shown that even 10 minutes of meditation increases the brain's alpha waves, which are linked to relaxation, and reduces anxiety and depression.

  • We hear a lot about the physical benefits of exercise, like how it helps keep your heart healthy, but we hear less about the mental health benefits. If you do a moderate amount of physical activity, your mood and feelings will get better. Exercise is good for your mental health and can also make your life better. The following are some of the most common mental benefits of exercise.

    • A better mood
    • Stress goes down, and your ability to deal with it gets better. Your self-esteem goes up.
    • Take pride in your physical achievements.
    • More happiness with yourself, a better view of your body, more energy, and more confidence in your physical skills.
    • Fewer of the signs and symptoms of depression.
  • Studies have found that patients with alcoholism/substance use who participated in both residential treatment and an AA /NA group had a substantially greater rate of abstinence and a much better likelihood of staying alcohol/substance free

  • Comprehensive knowledge of issues surrounding addiction and mental health allows us to broaden our perspective and realize that we are not alone. Group Sessions allows us to begin the process of building a recovery community and developing our capacity for effective communication and problem- solving.  It also enable discussion of how others handle similar problems, allowing clients to learn from one another.

  • Provides a safe place to discuss difficulties, facilitating the development of an individualized treatment plan that boosts the likelihood of a speedy recovery.

  • Allows the therapist to understand the client's and family's perspective on the problem, provide a practical and successful long-term solution, and bridge the gap between the client and family.

  • Aromatherapy is the use of organic molecules to enhance a person's mood, mental condition, or health. These organic compounds are known as essential oils. They are composed of a variety of plant elements, including roots, seeds, leaves, and flowers. They can be utilized singularly or in various combinations.

  • Art therapy helps patients express their emotions and restores their sense of freedom and control. Individuals who are unable to verbalize their emotions can utilize art therapy to convey their emotions without using words. Art can stimulate reward pathways in the brain, alleviate stress and anxiety, and increase mood.

  • The human-animal bond, which explains people's desire to engage with and relate to animals, is the foundation of animal therapy. Many individuals can build a bond with a friendly animal through interaction. This connection might have a relaxing effect on the individual.

    • lowering boredom.
    • Increasing mobility and physical activity through walks and games provide companionship and reduce feelings of isolation while boosting social contact.
    • enhancing mood and general well-being
  • The purpose of the celebration at Abhasa is to let our clients realize that happiness is a state of mind and not the result of taking drugs or alcohol to induce liveliness and joy; it also fosters a sense of community among people from diverse backgrounds.

  • By removing the negative energy, music also helps people concentrate better.   ABHASA also uses sounds that are soothing to make people feel more at ease. In this way, music therapy can help the brain clear up cognitive knots or fill in gaps.
    Music therapy is the use of music in a clinical setting to help people reach their own goals, such as reducing stress, improving mood, or expressing themselves. Music therapy experiences may include listening, singing, playing instruments, or composing music.

  • Massage stimulates receptors that send sensory signals to the central nervous system. This makes the muscles feel less tense and calms the mind. Endorphins are released when you get a massage, which has been shown to make pain and muscle tension go away. Massage therapy can help with depression, anxiety, and stress, among other mental health problems.

  • Just being in nature makes people less angry, less afraid, and happier. And research on health has shown that being in nature lowers blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and the production of hormones that cause stress. In addition to all of this, nature is a painkiller. ABHASA takes its clients to places in nature, which gives them a break from their regular sessions, refreshes their minds, and gets them back on track.

  • Motivation is one of the forces that influence human conduct. It stimulates competition and social interaction. Motivation is the desire to continue pursuing meaning, purpose, and a life that is worth living. Finding strategies to improve motivation is vital because it enables us to alter our behavior, acquire new skills, be creative, set objectives, expand our interests, create plans, cultivate our abilities, and increase our engagement.

  • Participating in sports and other activities can help relieve stress, worry, and sadness. Able to participate in group activities helps people feel like they have value, are part of a group, and belong. As behaviour is shaped by a mix of individual and environmental factors.

  • Reading helps you relax by slowing down your heart rate , making your muscles less tense and feel less stressed. Reading puts our brains in a state similar to meditation, and it gives us the same health benefits of deep relaxation and inner calmness. Regular readers sleep better, have lower stress levels, higher self-esteem, and lower rates of depression than non-readers.

  • Zumba is a social exercise that allows participants to communicate with one another . The physical, and cardiovascular movements of a Zumba class release endorphins, a hormone in the brain that combats depression.

  • Dance/movement therapy (DMT) is a form of treatment that uses movement to facilitate emotional, cognitive, physical, and social integration in patients.

  • A personal inventory gives you insight into yourself, encourages you by highlighting the areas in which you've progressed, and pushes you with fresh opportunities for growth and development. ABHASA encourages the client to reflect on their daily routine and share in a group, which enables them and others to grow in their ability to handle difficult situations, ultimately leading to recovery.

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