“Yoga accepts, Yoga gives.”
Yoga is a science that has been practised for thousands of decades. It embraces Ancient heritage and theories, principles and observations about the mind and body connection which is now being proven by modern medicine. Yoga has been called one of the most successful products of globalization. Substantial research has been conducted to look at the Health Benefits of Yoga- from the Yoga postures, Yoga breathing and Meditation.
Yoga deepens and lengthens your breath and stimulates the relaxation response of the fight – to – fight adrenaline boost of the stress response. It increases the range of motion in joints and may also increase lubrication in the joints. It helps stretch your muscles releases the lactic acid that builds up with muscle use and causes stiffness, tension, pain and fatigue. Most standing and sitting poses or asana does develop core strength. Even beginners tend to feel less stressed and more relaxed. Lung capability often progresses which in turn can improve sports performance and endurance.
Freshly, researchers have begun inspecting the effects of yoga on depression; a benefit that may result from yoga’s boosting oxygen levels to the brain.
There are three major Yoga Benefits
• Physical Advantages
• Psychological Advantages
• Biochemical Advantages
Physical advantages include
- It strengthens the body
- It perfects your posture
- Healthy compression of bones and joints
- Improves blood circulation
- Makes you feel calm and happy
- Releases your stress, and better digestion.
- Lowers blood pressure
- Improves cardiovascular efficiency
- Increases body awareness
- Helps reach and maintain a healthy weight.
Psychological Advantages include
- Somatic and Kinaesthetic awareness
- Self-actualization increases
- Mood Improves
- Attention improves
- Memory improves
- Concentration improves
- Hostility decreases
- Self-acceptance increases
- Elevates moods
Biochemical Advantages include
- Decreases glucose and sodium
- Lowers IDL, VLDL, and triglycerides cholesterol while increasing HDL levels
- Raise lymphocyte and haemoglobin count
- Improve thyroxin levels
- Total cholesterol decrease
- Catecholamine’s decrease
- ATPase increase
- Haematocrit increase
- Haemoglobin increase
Yoga also reduces menopause hot flashes, it improves balance, it will undoubtedly make you graceful, it can help prevent migraines, it delays aging by stimulating detoxification in the body, it can alleviate allergy symptoms, and it also increases pain tolerance. Yoga also reduces blood pressure and pulse rate.
Yoga is not only in India, but 16 million Americans practice yoga and spend 55.7 billion a year on gear. The yoga sign “OM” is found in the Hindu and Tibetan way of life. It is said to be the prehistoric sound of the universe and is linked to the Ajna Chakra (the conscience) or “third eye” region. Studies show that yoga reduces the risk of heart disease by refining arterial flow. On the contrary, studies show that yoga also treats diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma. A York University study carries out to being that practicing yoga condensed physical and psychological symptoms of chronic discomfort in women with fibromyalgia. These are the facts which everyone must know. Furthermore, scientists have laid results against the benefits of regular exercise.