The Health and Disease Effects of Yogic Practices or Transcendental Meditation
Rinka Juneja , Manjeet Kaur
Yoga is an ancient Indian way of life that entails a mental shift, a change in food, and the use of particular procedures including such yoga asanas, breathing techniques, and meditation in order to achieve the greatest degree of awareness. There has been a spike in yoga research over the last decade, but we can only identify a few studies on the health benefits of yogic practices or transcendental meditations. Aside from illness, With this in mind, a Medline assessment of relevant publications on physiological assessment in the English literature was undertaken. The effects of TM and yogic practices are distinct. Data was obtained, concerns were investigated, and considerable health benefits were revealed. Just a few of the advantages include improved cognition, cardiovascular risk, respiration, blood pressure, BMI, or diabetes. Yoga also had an effect. Immunity was boosted, and joint pain was reduced.
Immunity, Health, Effects of Yoga, Meditation.
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Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Sanskriti University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India