Nurture a Consistent Practice
Regular practice of Yoga helps to:
- keep our body fit
- controls cholesterol level
- reduces weight
- normalizes blood pressure
- improves heart performance
According to the National Institutes of Health, when people actively seek to reduce the stress in their lives by quieting the mind, the body often works to heal itself. In this sense, yoga can be seen not only as a way to get into shape on several levels, but also as a tool for self-healing.
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Other studies show that patients with heart problems who followed a stress reduction program that include Yoga did better than patients who exercised or did nothing. Further, preliminary studies in the United States and India suggest that Yoga maybe helpful for specific conditions, such as asthma, epilepsy, anxiety, stress and others.
Practiced by Athletes around the World
Yoga can be a powerful enhancement in regular training exercises. Adding Yoga in a routine training program helps develop strength, flexibility, range of motion, concentration, cardiovascular health, and reduces stress, tension, and tightness. The most significant benefit of adding yoga to a training program is its effect on performance. Yoga allows an athlete to train harder and at a higher level because range of motion is greater and the fear of injury has lessened.