Studies suggest, for example, that Yoga Therapy can lessen the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatments for people with cancer and facilitate faster recovery after bypass surgery. In clinical trials, many patients
with asthma, type II diabetes (formerly known as adult-onset diabetes), or high blood pressure who began a regular practice of yoga were able to either lower their drug dosage, or eliminate some pills entirely. Less medication means fewer side effects, and,
sometimes, very substantial cost savings.
One Step at a Time
While yoga is strong medicine, in general it is slow medicine. The key to successful Yoga Therapy is an incremental approach, which tends to be safer and more effective than
more aggressive strategies. It is best to begin yoga [therapy] as medicine slowly and ramp up the intensity and duration of practice only as circumstances allow. For some students, particularly those with serious medical problems, therapeutic yoga might begin
with only a posture or two, or a single breathing technique, until the student is ready for more.
Vasiliki Raja is a Certified Yoga Therapist from International Assocciation of Yoga Therapists and the Founder of V Raja Yoga School.
Therapy for anaemia, insomnia, arthritis, bronchitis, asthma, costipation, headaches, migraine, stress, coronary heart diseases, diabetes, excaustion (tiredness), piles, jaundice, hypertension, depression, low blood pressure, obesity (overweight), anxiety,
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