During this panic situation of Coronavirus spread across the world, it has become tougher for children as well as elders to cope up with the home quarantine situation. 

To what extent will our children be out of school? In what manner will we complete our work? This goes for parents too who remain at home. Managing children and a house is work.

While all children are feeling anxious somewhat, those whose schools are dropped are probably going to be extra agitated. Children thrive on stability and routine. At the point when it leaves, it is dependent upon parents to show how to adapt to this critical situation.

To endure, we as a whole need to both commit to some sense of order, and simultaneously, yield to the chaos.

Make some structure that you can practically focus on and on most days, accomplish, and significantly, ensure you are enjoying it.

Here is how Samsidh Practices can help your wellness during this lockdown.

1.  Samsidh 9 Step practice.

While you are at home, make it less stressful and do more mindful practices to ensure our mental and physical health as well as boost your immune system through the below practices to fight against Coronavirus.

  • Loving-kindness meditation

Loving-kindness meditation is simply the act of sending well wishes towards yourself and others. It’s easy. You essentially sit with your eyes shut and envision sending affection and kind thoughts. In this condition, send loving thoughts and bless each of the COVID-19 affected people across the world and meditate for world peace, love and light everywhere.

With this activity, we focus on showing the child the intensity of their idea and activities on others. We regularly focus on showing children how to not cause others to feel terrible, however, how frequently do we invest energy showing them spreading bliss and appreciation to one another, to concentrate just on spreading the positive.

  • Alternate nostril breathing

Alternate nostril breathing is a yogic breath control practice. In Sanskrit, it’s known as Nadi shodhana pranayama. This interprets as “subtle energy clearing breathing technique.”

This kind of breathwork should be possible as a feature of a yoga or contemplation practice. Alternate nostril breathing should also be possible as its training to assist you with calming and still your brain. Alternate nostril breathing may help to:

  1. relax your body and mind
  2. reduce anxiety
  3. promote overall well-being
  • Super Brain yoga

Superbrain Yoga is a simple useful exercise that doesn’t include any convoluted body twists or turns. It is intended to help improve parts of your psychological wellness, for example, focus. It is particularly beneficial for hyperactive children and teens, Research demonstrates Super Brain Yoga can effectively affect our brain waves. Specifically, information appears around 15 minutes of Super Brain Yoga can prompt a spike in our alpha wave activity.

This is huge because the more our alpha waves are stimulated, the more prominent the intellectual advantages. Alpha brain waves advance resting alertness and relaxation.

  • Bumblebee breathing

The Bhramari pranayama breathing technique gets its name from the black Indian honey bee called Bhramari. Bhramari pranayama is successful in a split second calming down the mind. It is outstanding amongst other breathing activities to free the mind of agitation, frustration or anxiety and get rid of anger, etc.

  1. Sit up straight in a peaceful, all around ventilated corner with your eyes shut. Keep a gentle smile all over. 
  2. Keep your eyes shut for quite a while. Watch the sensations in the body and the quietness inside. 
  3. Place your index fingers on your ears. There is a cartilage between your cheek and ear. Place your index fingers on the cartilage.
  4. Take a full breath in and as you inhale out, tenderly press the cartilage. You can keep the cartilage pressed or press it in and out with your fingers while making a noisy murmuring sound like a honey bee. 
  5. You can also make a low-pitched sound yet it is a smart thought to make a piercing one for better outcomes. 
  6. Breathe in again and proceed with a similar example 3-4 times.
  • Loosening exercise

It helps these joints to keep up their healthy condition Basic Movements are essential also they are useful to set up your body to take up Yoga.

As your body loosens up the entirety of your muscles also relax aside from those muscles, which are used in the movements, so one can undoubtedly focus on the movements/specific muscle (effort). People having infections also can do these movements without much strain.

However, normal exercise can help keep your joints free, limber and your body feeling more adaptable generally

  • Focused meditation

This is a widespread style of Buddhist practice that involves sustaining selective attention moment by moment on a chosen object, such as the sensations of breathing or the sound of a metronome, or even the sensations of walking in a walking meditation.

This is a different type of meditation from open-monitoring meditation in which attention shifts mindfully and non-reactive to anything that occurs in the experience without focusing on without any explicit object.

  • Hand clapping

Keep your palms straight and clap them against one another such that palm and fingertips all should contact one another. It is encouraged to play out this treatment in the morning hours to get maximal advantages. However, you can do it according to your comfort.

In children particularly, clapping is known to improve the brain capacity and add to better handwriting, decreased spelling mistakes, and improved concentration

  • 2X breathing

For the people who don’t have the idea about, the 2x Breath is simple. Breathe in through the nose for a count of two, breathe out through the mouth for a count of four.

Do these various occasions until you begin to feel your body and mind calm.

You can build this, too, so you’d breathe in for a count of three, and breathe out for a count of six.

  • Writing in my book of happiness

Envision holding all your most joyful moments (and those of your friends, family and even outsiders) in your hands. You can do this by beginning by writing in your book of happiness In your happy book, list those occasions of joy, both life-changing and small, that make your heart happy.

2. Become Avid Readers

Transforming a child into an avid reader is a parent’s duty and it begins even before the children are born.

This is what you need to do to transform your child into an avid reader.

Read to your child from an early age

  • Make reading interactive 
  • Lead by example
  • Have books good to go
  • Follow your child’s interests
  • Take your child to a bookshop  
  • Choose age-appropriate books. … 
  • Go beyond books.

3. Become storytellers, relive the stories you remember and retell them to your friends and family.

Storytelling is an incredible skill to educate children. It assists in improving their language skills, imparts love for reading and improves their creative mind. Research says that the fear of talking out in the open is the second biggest fear that grown-ups have. Getting children comfortable with talking before the audience at an early age is only one advantage of showing children how to tell stories.

Let’s spend time indoors and save the world.