Yoga can have a profound and positive effect on the progression of aging, suggest some studies of renowned institutions.
Aging is a natural aging process.
Yoga, ancient technique of harmonization of the external and internal beings of the body, by the control of the breathing, the meditation, the bodily movements and the gestures … is well known of the Westerners and certain regions of the world. Asia thanks to the health benefits reported by various respectable institutes – research and supported by health advocates.
According to the study to explore the impact of yoga and meditation-based lifestyle intervention (YMLI) on cellular aging in 96 healthy individuals randomly assigned to 12 weeks of YMLI, at the end of the 12-week course, the YMLI group expressed significant improvements Cardinal biomarkers of cellular aging and metabotrophic biomarkers that influence cell aging compared to baseline values.
The effectiveness of the program in reducing the cellular aging process has been attributed to the activities of decreasing the production of ROS and pro-inflammatory cytokines and the hormone cortisol, as well as to the 39; increase in the mean values of telomerase activity in the regulated progression of aging and β-endorphin hormone in reduced stress and maintenance of homeostasis. .
Dr. Madhuri Tolahunase, the lead author, after considering the other founders, said: "The lifestyle is an integrated entity, and an intervention that, like YMLI, has a positive overall impact on our health appears more useful only to change one aspect at a time, as shown by the action of certain medications.Yoga is a holistic medicine of the mind and body, more beneficial and more beneficial than individual interventions like l & rsquo; Exercise, calorie restriction and antioxidants ".
Other researchers, in the study of breathable yoga in a skin protected against aging, have published the following results
1. Yoga breathing reduces the psychological aspects of stress and anxiety associated with accelerated aging
2. Yoga has also expressed an impact on advanced controlled glycation end products (AGEs), which have recently been shown to play a role in tissue aging.
3. A comprehensive yoga program that includes breathing and meditation exercises can have a profound effect on increased gene expression involving oxidative stress, DNA damage, cell cycle control, aging, and apoptosis. and
In a more in-depth analysis, Dr. Beri K, the lead author, stated: "(Contracts according to general beliefs) The interesting correlation between insulin regulation and glucose control can be translated into improvement and possibly be reversing the effects on AGE protein accumulation in body tissues ".
In support of the aforementioned differentiation, Dr. Brown RP, of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, has initiated a survey on respiratory yoga in the progression of anti-aging aging.
1. Yoga breathing (pranayama) can have a significant positive effect in bringing the mind to the present moment and reducing stress.
2. Yoga breathing has delayed the aging process by reducing the expression of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and victims of mass disasters.
3. Practices have also alleviated many forms of suffering.
Finally, after considering other risk factors, the researchers concluded that yoga breathing can affect longevity mechanisms.
Yoga alone or in combination with meditation can have a therapeutic effect on the progression of aging by regulating cellular and psychological expressions.