A randomized control study of yoga on anemic patients

B. Ramanath, Tajuddin Shaik, M. Somasekhar Reddy

Abstract


40 Anemic individuals aged between 15-40 years randomly were taken as subjects. They were trained for Trikonasana and its variations, Sarvangasana, Surya namaskara, Yoga mudras for 90 days under supervision of professional yoga trainers. Assessments of various parameters like Pulse rate, B.P, Hb%, were done before the training and after the training of 30th, 60th and 90th day with and without treatment. After yoga with treatment increases Pulse rate and Hb%, while BP was shown normal.


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Anaemia, Yoga without medicine, Yoga with medicine

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