Management of CVD through Yoga and Naturopathy
The purpose of this study is twofold. First, the study will examine the effectiveness of the power of Yoga with Naturopathy and chakra meditation, to reduce stress, emotional affect, and resilience. While practitioner are developing their inner landscape through the yoga program, a translation of this growth is reflected in the possible external experience of alleviation of stress, regulation of emotions, and increased resilience, With such programming, CVD patients, will balance emotional and mental demands giving them an opportunity to systematically integrate all aspects of themselves in order to become confident, focused human beings while effectively navigating the increasing social and emotional pressure of their lives. Secondly, it provides evidence of success for effective holistic human development with a Kundalini chakra meditation, which integrates the mind, body, and spirit for overall wellbeing by incorporating physical exercises, breathing, and meditation practices. Meditation is recognized as a calm state of mind with parasympathetic dominance in the body. Kundalini meditation is different from other types of meditation. In yoga kundalini chakra meditation, it is believed that kundalini resides in the sacrum bone. Regular meditator may experience a calm & hypo-metabolic state with parasympathetic dominance. This will show beneficial effects in controlling blood pressure in hypertensives. Most of the studies are anecdotal (short duration), based on small sample sizes, were not controlled and have several limitations leading to biased and confounding results.
Keywords- Cardio vascular diseases ,naturopathy ,yoga ,asana, pranayama
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Nimali Thakshila,   "Management of CVD through Yoga and Naturopathy"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.9, Issue 4, pp.147-148, December 2021, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2104027.pdf