Yoga For Obesity And Diabetes 2

Obesity is now considered to be a medical condition. A huge population in the US is obese or overweight according to the June 2013 issue of the National Institute Health newsletter--more than two-third of adults and a third of the children. A scientific survey was done on the effectiveness and dangers of various complementary treatments.... Continue Reading →

Yoga Therapy And Resources For Diabetes

Diabetes is a growing global epidemic according to the International Diabetes Federation (www.idf.org). The organization's numbers state that China is the world leader in diabetes with 92 million diabetics, followed by India with 80 million. Almost 9 percent of the US population, about 26 million people, have diabetes. The global cost of diabetes runs in... Continue Reading →

Yoga Therapy For Peri And Post-Menopausal Diabetes

According to the International Journal of Yoga, January 2012 paper, Effect of yoga therapy on reaction time, biochemical parameters and wellness score of peri and post-menopausal diabetic patients: It is now recognized that diabetes mellitus (DM) is a lifestyle and psychosomatic disorder in which factors such as sedentary habits and physical, emotional and mental stress... Continue Reading →

Effect of Pranayama and Asana on Type 2 Diabetes

The following research study appeared in the Indian Journal of Medical Research 131, May 2010, p 636-640 Effect of pranayama and asana on cognitive brain functions in type 2 diabetes-P3 event related evoked potential (ERP) Tenzin Kyizom, Savita Singh, K.P. Singh, O.P. Tandon & Rahul Kumar "Background & objectives: Electrophysiological evidence of delayed cognition as... Continue Reading →

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