Monday, 9 May 2016
Monday, May 09, 2016
It includes yoga breathing exercises and different situations for the body, as well as meditation. It is recommended for use to treat a variety of diseases, including asthma, but scientific studies have not come up with inconclusive results in this regard.
For his part, accept Dr. Jane Ling Tang of the Chinese University of Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong of 15 studies involving more than a thousand patients with asthma to determine whether to practice yoga any significant benefits.
This included one-third of these studies the practice of breathing exercises only. The remaining studies Vtdment breathing exercises the body and different modes of meditation. It ranged practicing yoga between two to four and a half years, although it was less than six months in most studies.
In general, yoga helped ease the symptoms a little bit and reduce the use of medications.
Studies did not talk about any serious medical complications as a result of the practice of yoga, but there is a need for more research to find a trustworthy results for undesirable side effects.
The researchers said: "We found that yoga may help patients to exercise their lives better and reduce asthma symptoms as ... with so little confidence in the results because most studies riddled with flaws."
They also noted: "We need to value studies involving a large number of yoga practitioners so that we can reach a firm conclusion about the effect of yoga on asthma