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5 Health Benefits Of Yoga

By Dr. Nikita Toshi +2 more

If you haven’t already joined the yoga bandwagon and are wondering what the hype is all about, we can tell you that the storm of enthusiasm it has created worldwide is for a reason. Yoga is as ancient as time itself and is a wonderful science. It can do miracles to improve your health – both psychologically and physically.

Health Benefits of Yoga

Here are some health benefits of yoga that will convince you to incorporate it into your daily schedule:

1. Stress Buster –

This is one of the chief benefits of yoga. Yoga can help you deal with everyday stress and anxiety, the levels of which have shot through the roof over the last few decades. Stress can be a killer. It drives up your blood pressure and exerts unimaginable pressure on your heart that can lead to a host of other ailments. Unmitigated stress can even be fatal.

Regular yoga suppresses the production of stress hormones like cortisol and adrenal, which means your heart will be able to breathe a sigh of relief.

Moreover, yoga is instrumental in psychological rehabilitation. If you have endured trauma, yoga will help you put the scars behind you and move on with life.

Read More: Effects of Stress on Body

 2. Makes your Heart Stronger –

One of the top reasons for heart disorders is the collection of plaque along the blood vessels leading to the heart. To prevent that from happening yoga helps good cholesterol level out bad cholesterol and keep the vessels flexible.

Yoga can stabilize blood pressure and lower pulse rate. Even if you have contracted heart disease, yoga can actually slow down its progress. It can also lower cholesterol levels.

 3. Brings down Inflammation –

Inflammation is actually your body’s defence mechanism trying to fight off disease triggering pathogens. But sometimes your immunity can malfunction. And this leads to excessive inflammation. It is linked to several dangerous ailments such as heart disorders.

The long-term practise of yoga can suppress inflammation and prevent it from surfacing.

Also Read: Top 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods You Can Eat

 4. Eases Depression –

Depression is an overlooked but shockingly prevalent psychological disorder. It can make a person lose interest in life and eventually prove to be lethal. Not enough is done for people who are in a state of clinical depression. But, if you find yourself slipping into melancholy, force yourself to practise yoga. Science has proved that yoga reduces cortisol levels – one of the triggers for depression. It reduces most of the symptoms of this dreaded disorder. It also enhances the production of feel-good hormones.

Also Read: Poses of Yoga for Stress Relief

 5. Relief from Chronic Pain –

Chronic pain such as the kind induced by arthritis can become unbearable and people inevitably turn to medication that has the potential to damage their health. Instead, you can try yoga. Yoga can help you process pain more efficiently.

Yoga serves many other benefits, from ensuring a good night’s sleep, reducing the intensity of migraine attacks to easing the symptoms of chemotherapy, you can’t go wrong with this age-old practice. So, what are you waiting for? Enrol yourself at a yoga studio!

Read More: How to Stay Fit and Healthy?

Disclaimer: The above information has been prepared by a qualified medical professional and may not represent the practices followed universally. The suggestions listed in this article constitute relatively common advice given to patients and since every patient is different, you are advised to consult your physician, if in doubt, before acting upon this information. Lupin Limited has only facilitated the distribution of this information to you in the interest of patient education and welfare.


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