Management of Psycho-Physiological aspect of Bronchial Asthma through Yogic Intervention
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Keywords

Yoga Intervention
Bronchial asthma
Stress
FEV1

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PRAJAPATI, S., VARMA, R., & DUTTA, A. K. (2014). Management of Psycho-Physiological aspect of Bronchial Asthma through Yogic Intervention. Dev Sanskriti Interdisciplinary International Journal, 3, 42-48. https://doi.org/10.36018/dsiij.v3i0.36

Abstract

In this study eighty bronchial asthma patients were selected through accidental sampling and sample was divided into experimental group (n=40) and control group (n=40). They underwent Yoga therapy program for 60 days with an integrated set of yogic practices, including jihvamula, karnarandhra, kapalrandhra, tadasana, tiryaka tadasana, kati chakrasana and marjariasana , nadishodhan pranayama, bhastrika pranayama and Gayatri mantra. Bronchial asthmatics practiced these exercises for 45 minutes daily for 60 days. Stress level and forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) were assessed on all the Bronchial asthmatics, both initially and after completion of study. The obtained data were statistically analyzed through paired t-test. Subjects of experimental group showed a statistically significant decreasing trend in average stress level and increasing trend in average forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) after 60 days Yoga practice, while control group showed no such improvement (P>0.01).

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Cough dosham nivaryat (Gherand Samhita, 1/33) ll

Prāṇāyāmena yuktena sarva-roga-kṣayo bhavet (Hatha Pradipika, 2/16) ll

Duḥkhadaurmanasyāṅgamejayatvaśvāsapraśvāsā vikṣepasahabhuvaḥ (Patanjal Yoga Darshan, 1/ 31) ll

Sarve hathelayopāyā rājayogasya siddhaye (Hatha Pradipika, 4/103) ll

śuddham eti yadā sarvaṁ nāḍī-cakraṁ malākulam / tada-iva jāyate yogī prāṇa-saṁgrahaṇe kṣamaḥ (Hatha Pradipika, 2/5)

Pracchardanavidhāraṇābhyāṁ vā prāṇasya (Patanjal Yoga Darshan, 1/34) ll

Tasya vācakaḥ praṇavaḥ (Patanjal Yoga Darshan, 1/ 27) ll

Tataḥ ratyakcetanādhigamo'pyantarāyābhāvaśca (Patanjal Yoga Darshan, 1/ 29) ll

Vyādhistyānasaṁśayapramādālasyāviratibhrāntidarśanālabdhabhūmikatvānavasthitatvāni cittavikṣepāste'ntarāyāḥ (Patanjal Yoga Darshan, 1/30) ll

Yogaścittavrttinirodhaḥ (Patanjal Yoga Darshan, 1/2) ll

Nādi nirmalatām yāti (Gherand Samhita, 1/ 34) ll

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