The study stipulates phases to observe the proposed mechanism in formulating the travel and
leisure industry’s recovery strategies. The present pandemic COVID-19 has resulted in global
challenges, economic and healthcare crises, and posed spillover impacts on the global
industries, including tourism and travel that the major contributor to the service industry
worldwide. The tourism and leisure industry has faced the COVID-19 tourism impacts hardesthit and lies among the most damaged global industries. The leisure and internal tourism
indicated a steep decline amounting to 2.86 trillion US dollars, which quantified more than 50%
revenue losses. In the first step, the study explores the consequences and settings of the
COVID-19 pandemic and how innovation and change can contribute to the tourism industry’s
revival to the next normal. Thus, the study determines that tourism enterprises and scholars
must consider and change the basic principles, main assumptions, and organizational situations
related to research and practice framework through rebuilding and establishing the tourism
sector. In the second step, the study discusses direct COVID-19 tourism impacts, attitudes, and
practices in gaining the leisure industry’s boom and recovery. In the third phase, the study
proposes to observe the characteristics and COVID-19 tourism consequences on the travel and
tourism research. The findings provide insights in regaining the tourism industry’s operational
activities and offer helpful suggestions to government officials, scholars, and tourism firms to
reinvest in the tourism industry to set it back to a normal position.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a surge in anxiety across the globe. Much of the
public’s behavioural and emotional response to the virus can be understood through the
framework of terror management theory, which proposes that fear of death drives much of
human behaviour. In the context of the current pandemic, death anxiety, a recently proposed
transdiagnostic construct, appears especially relevant. Fear of death has recently been shown
to predict not only anxiety related to COVID-19, but also to play a causal role in various mental
health conditions. Given this, it is argued that treatment programmes in mental health may need
to broaden their focus to directly target the dread of death. Notably, cognitive behavioural
therapy (CBT) has been shown to produce significant reductions in death anxiety. As such, it is
possible that complementing current treatments with specific CBT techniques addressing fears
of death may ensure enhanced long-term symptom reduction. Further research is essential in
order to examine whether treating death anxiety will indeed improve long-term outcomes, and
prevent the emergence of future disorders in vulnerable populations.
Key learning aims
To understand terror management theory and its theoretical explanation of death anxiety in the
context of COVID-19.
To understand the transdiagnostic role of death anxiety in mental health disorders.
To understand current treatment approaches for directly targeting death anxiety, and the
importance of doing so to improve long-term treatment outcomes.:
The word Ayurveda is derived from, joining two words ‘Ayu’ and ‘veda’. Ayu means life
according to Indian language sanskrit and Veda is the knowledge relating life. That means
Ayurveda is the science of life. It is a big concept that deals spirituality and myth in modern life.
The most ancient science Ayurveda, is the thousand years research of Indian saints. Ayurvedic
treatment methods include Yoga, Pranayama, Medication, Gems, Herbs, Diet, Astrology, color
and surgery.
It is seen where chemicals and other modern drugs have failed Ayurveda has kept the ball in his
Ayurveda suggests you a naturally healthy living. A life of discipline including spiritual, mental
and social health. In modern days also Ayurveda has its own importance across the globe.
People who are tired of modern treatments and have found no results are migrating towards
India, home of Ayurveda.
Yoga is our daily practice, in our daily life we go through many postures but we need proper
training to get its benefits. Yogasana is the combination of yoga postures, breathing techniques
and meditation. There are countless benefits of yoga. It reduces stress, refreshes mind and
effective for diabetes, weight loss and many more critical diseases.
It is a practice conducted on breathing through nostrils. There are thousands of energy channels
(nadis) and energy centers (chakras) in our body through which prana flows. One’s state of
mind is controlled by controlling quality and quantity of prana. It leads you towards a discipline
life free from anger, stress and anxiety. The calm and steady environment of Goa, rich with
natural heritages invites students world wide. Number of foreigners come Goa to learn yoga and
pranayama. Many yoga workshops, yoga teacher training, yoga kids teacher training camps and
events are being organized here by different yoga centers.