Kumar A

Department of Yoga Research, Patanjali Research Foundation, Patanjali Yogpeeth, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India

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  • Original Article   
    Influence of Intensity and Duration of Yoga on Anxiety and Depression Scores Associated with Chronic Illness
    Author(s): Telles S*, Pathak S, Kumar A, Mishra P and Balkrishna A

    Background: Chronic illness is commonly associated with anxiety and depression. Both anxiety and depression respond to yoga. However, there is no report on the association between the intensity and duration of yoga practice with the benefits seen. Aim: The present study was intended to determine whether the daily duration of yoga practice and the duration of experience in months would predict anxiety and depression, associated with chronic illness. Subjects and Methods: Seven hundred and sixty‑three volunteers with ages between 14 and 86 years (group mean age standard deviation, 50.2 [14.2]) who attended a 7 day residential yoga camp in the north of India were included in this cross‑sectional study. All participants had chronic illnesses, which were under control with treatment, and which were categorized and are detailed. Participants w.. Read More»

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