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Abstract

BIOCHEMICAL MODULATION IN REGULAR PRACTICE OF YOGA IN YOUNG HEALTHY MEDICAL STUDENTS

Rajak Chanda*, Rampalliwar Sanjeev, Verma Rahul and Mahapatra S. P.

ABSTRACT

Background: Good health and freedom from disease is the best achievement of life. For thousands of years, yoga an ancient holistic relaxation practice has been used as an effective therapeutic tool that counteracts the adverse clinical conditions of human beings. Yoga has been reported to be beneficial in treating stress related disorders, improving autonomic functions, lower blood pressure, obesity, anxiety, insomnia, psychosomatic disorders, increase strength and flexibility of muscles, improve the sense of well being, slowed ageing process, control breathing, reducing signs of oxidative stress & improving spiritual growth, a great challenge in the present scenario. Objective: The aim of present study was to investigate whether regular practice of Yoga for six months can improve biochemical parameters in young healthy medical students. .Material and Method: The study group, comprised 45 medical male students aged between 18 -25years. They were trained for 6 months of Yoga. Assessments of various parameters were done before and after Yoga practices, were significantly modulated, statistically by using student’s test. Result: Regular practice of yoga for 6 months significant reduction in the serum cholesterol, LDL and VLDL (P -.000). but increase in HDL level (P -.000). Conclusion: We concluded that regular practice of yoga has brought positive changes in the lipid profile in healthy individuals and can be helpful in patients with lipid metabolic disorders.

Keywords: Yoga, biochemical parameters.


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