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American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR)

THE EXECUTIVES OF DIABETES MELLITUS THROUGH AASANA AND PRANAYAMA

By, Journal ID: AJMPR-01-10-2019-114
(This article belongs to Vol - 01, Issue - 02)
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Abstract

Diabetes and hypertension are the most commonplace lifestyle issues now an afternoon. India is in all likelihood to turn out to be the worldwide capital of diabetes within the next few years. Yoga practiced by Lord Shiva and other sages is a present to Indian culture and background of it. essentially, it is supposed for “Yogah Chittavrutti Nirodhah” but it has an awesome role in upholding of our frame health. amongst Ashtanga Yoga defined with the aid of ‘Patanjali,’ Aasana and Pranayama are being broadly common globally. Indian physicians Sushruta and Charaka in 400-500 BC were widely recognized that type 1 diabetes is related to youth and type 2 with obesity. Diabetes mellitus is a disease that averts the body from proper utilization of the energy from the weight loss program. as a way to find out the beneficial effects of Aasana and Pranayama for the diabetic affected person this look at became initiated and thorough literature related to the topic became reviewed from all available assets. Aasanas and Pranayama have an amazing angle to modify pathophysiology of our frame. each can increase the blood and oxygen delivered to various organs which also growth the performance and functioning of them. Diabetes is mainly related to the malfunction of the endocrine part of the pancreas. So the Aasanas like Halasana, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Ardhamatsyendrasana, Shirshasana, Vajrasana, Dhanurasna, Chakrasana, and Ushtrasana are very effective for stimulating the functions of the

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