Marriages were easy in olden days. As soon as the boy and girl reached marriageable age, the elders in family started searching for a suitable partner for them and generally marriages were solemnised at early ages. Marriage is one of the most important parts of our life. The journey of becoming husband and wife from a boy and girl gives our life fulfillment in every aspect, be it responsibility, love and care, children and so on.
Nowadays, late marriage is a common issue and parents are very much anxious about this. With advancement in education and expertise, the new generation is filled with expectation from life which also become a necessity of their future. To cope with societal-pressure they are becoming super-professional and very choosy. We also have to consider a few more facts, like family responsibility, and financial situation which are becoming a prominent barrier in the way of marriage. From outside it may seem that we have lost the zeal to conquer our problems together.
Astrologically speaking, all the above problems are orchestrated by malefic planets or their positions in our birth chart. The 2nd, 8th and 12th houses play a very important role in our marriage. Late marriage or delayed marriage is controlled by Saturn, Rahu, Ketu, Mars and Sun. Saturn and Rahu play the main role whereas Sun plays the secondary factor, in delaying marriage.
If Saturn is the lord of the 7th house or posited in the 7th house, it creates major negative impact on marriage. The native becomes unwilling to get married or the willingness appears at a later age. Saturn creates a situation where the native has to go through many challenges and crisis on every front, like - family, career, finance, or health before the person realises the importance of marriage.
Lagna or ascendant is the first moment of contact between the soul and its new life on earth. One’s ascendant, or Lagna, is the degree of the sign and constellation which is rising on the eastern horizon at the time of one’s birth. The extreme opposite or the western horizon is the 7th house. According to astrological laws and natural laws, the Sun is stronger in eastern horizon, whereas the Sun’s power is lowest in the western horizon as it sets in the west. If Sun is the lord of the 7th house or simply posited in the 7th house, it will be responsible for late marriage or may make the native very choosy. But the Sun alone is not powerful enough. If the malefic effect of Saturn or Mars adds up with Sun, it can definitely delay marriage.
But do not worry; there is astrological guidance which can completely resolve the late marriage issue.
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In a happy zone with happy hormones
Happiness can be unlocked in a lot of ways in our daily lives. One of them is through hormones. There is an intricate connection between our mind and body. Every thought generates an emotion which you feel somewhere in your body. But how does this feeling get generated? Through transmitters in our body which control all the functions through our brain. So, our monkey mind triggers a chemical reaction which terminates in the receptors in our brain. The chemicals are hormones which travel from one neuron to another through the synaptic clefts, sending signals in the form of electrical impulses which create a particular feeling. Depending upon the type of chemicals, we either feel happy, joyous, and loved, or sad, angry, and stressed. If we find a way to generate happy hormones, then we can always be in a happy zone. Hormones play a crucial role in maintaining our health. They affect virtually, all cells in the body, influencing everything from metabolism to memory to mood.
Let us take a look at some of the critical hormones:
Epinephrine: The fight-or-flight hormone
Within seconds after you sense danger, your adrenal glands pump out epinephrine (also known as adrenaline). Your heart pounds, you breathe faster, and your blood pressure rises. Persistent tension coupled with surges in epinephrine can potentially damage blood vessels and raise the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
What to do? Tame your body’s fight-or-flight response with deep breathing. Breathe in to the count of four. Hold your breath for two counts. Then breathe out for six counts. Do this for five to 10 minutes several times each day, as a regular stress reliever, plus whenever you feel anxious.
Cortisol: The stress hormone
If you continue to feel threatened after that first burst of epinephrine, your adrenal glands secrete cortisol. The body’s primary stress hormone, it helps to keep you on high alert. Over time, a chronic build-up of cortisol may also suppress immunity, which may hamper your ability to fight infections.
What to do? Relax. Simple ways of relaxing, such as spending time with your pet, listening to music, or even sipping tea, can help keep cortisol in check. Also, try to change the way you look at stress in your life. For example, if there is an upcoming project, don’t procrastinate till the last day. Procrastination is one of the biggest reasons for stress.
Certain hormones are known to help promote positive feelings, including happiness and pleasure. These are called happy hormones:
Dopamine: The feel-good hormone
Dopamine is a hormone that’s an important part of your brain’s reward system. Dopamine is associated with pleasurable sensations, along with learning, memory, motor system function, and more. When you are appreciated, dopamine is produced.
Oxytocin: The Love hormone
Oxytocin is essential for childbirth, breastfeeding, and strong parent-child bonding. This hormone can also help promote trust, empathy, and bonding in relationships, and oxytocin levels generally increase with physical affection like kissing and cuddling. You also secrete this hormone when you reach out emotionally and seek support and connections with others.
Serotonin: Mood regulator
This hormone helps regulate your mood as well as your sleep, appetite, digestion, learning ability, and memory. Imbalance of serotonin and noradrenaline leads to depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and aggressive behaviour. Less exposure to sunlight can reduce serotonin levels. Regular exercise and taking probiotics, which maintain gut health, can increase serotonin levels.
Endorphins: The pain reliever or stress fighter
Endorphins are your body’s natural pain reliever, which your body produces in response to stress or discomfort. Endorphin levels also tend to increase when you engage in reward-producing activities, such as eating and working out.
How can you boost Happy Hormones?
1. Make time for exercise
Exercise has multiple physical health benefits. It can also have a positive impact on emotional well-being. But exercise doesn’t just stimulate the production of endorphins. It also increases your dopamine and serotonin levels, making it a great option to boost your happy hormones.
2. Laugh with a friend
Laughter is the best medicine. Of course, laughter won’t treat ongoing health issues but it can help relieve feelings of anxiety or stress, and improve a low mood by boosting dopamine and endorphin levels. Bonding over something hilarious with a loved one might even trigger oxytocin release—a bonus!
3. Cook (and enjoy) a favourite meal with a loved one
This tip could boost all four of your happy hormones. Sharing the meal with someone you love and bonding over meal preparation can boost oxytocin levels.
4. Listen to music (or make some)
Music can give more than one of your happy hormones a boost. Listening to music that helps you ‘chill,’ can increase ‘trusted-source’ dopamine production in your brain. This positive change in your mood can increase serotonin production.
From improving sleep to reducing stress. Meditation’s benefits are increased dopamine production during the practice and can spur endorphin release.
6. Plan a romantic evening
Physical affection, including kissing and cuddling, as well as spending time with someone you care about can also help boost oxytocin production. This promotes closeness and positive relationship feelings, making you feel happy, blissful, or even euphoric.
7. Pet your dog/cat
Giving your furry friend some affection is a great way to boost oxytocin levels for you and your pet.
8. Get a good night’s sleep
Not getting enough quality sleep can affect your health in multiple ways. For one, it can contribute to an imbalance of hormones, particularly dopamine, in your body. This can have a negative impact on your mood as well as your physical health. Setting aside seven to nine hours each night for sleep can help restore the balance of hormones in your body, which will likely help you feel better. If you find it difficult to get a good night’s sleep, try creating a quiet, restful, sleeping environment and decreasing caffeine intake, especially in the afternoon and evening.
9. Get a massage
Massage can boost all four of your happy hormones. Both serotonin and dopamine levels are increased after a massage. Massage is also known to boost endorphins and oxytocin.
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So, get your happy hormones and live your life to the fullest. Do what makes you happy. Laugh more, relax, take a break, go out with friends and family, travel, pamper yourself and get a massage, meditate, breathe deep, give back to the society, make someone feel happy and most importantly, give everyone a ‘jaadu ki jhappi.’
Article by Shveta sharma
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