Yoga can have a profound and positive effect on the progression of anti-aging, some studies from reputable institutes suggested.
Aging is a natural aging process.
Yoga, the ancient technique to harmonize the well-being of the external and internal body, through the control of breath, meditation, body movement and gestures … has been well known by people in the western world and in some parts of Asia due to the health benefits reported by various reputable institutes. ‘research and with the support of 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 randomized to a 12-week YMLI, at the end of 12 weeks of lesson, the YMLI group expressed significant improvements in both the cardinal biomarkers of cellular aging and the metabotrophic biomarkers that influence cellular aging compared to baseline values.
The efficacy of the program in reducing the cellular aging process was attributed to the activities in the reduction of the production of ROS and pro-inflammatory cytokines and cortisol hormone, and to the increase in the mean values of telomerase activity in the progression of aging regulated and β-endorphin hormone in stress reduction and maintenance of homeostasis. .
Dr Madhuri Tolahunase, the lead author, after taking other co-founders into account, said: “Lifestyle is an integrated entity, and an intervention, like YMLI, that has an overall positive influence on our health, seems more useful than changing just one aspect at a time, as seen by the action of certain medications. Yoga is a mind-body and holistic medicine and is more beneficial and advantageous than individual interventions such as physical exercise, caloric restriction and antioxidants. “
Other researchers, in the study of yoga breathing in skin protected against aging, presented the following results
1. Yoga breathing reduced the psychological aspects of stress and anxiety that have been associated with promoting aging.
2. Yoga also expressed an impact on advanced regulated glycation end products (AGEs) that have recently been shown to play a role in tissue aging.
3. The comprehensive yoga program, which includes breathing and meditation exercises, can have a profound effect on enhanced gene expression involving oxidative stress, DNA damage, cell cycle control, aging and apoptosis and
In a more detailed discussion, lead author Dr. Beri K said: “(General belief contract) The interesting correlation between insulin regulation and glucose control may translate into improvement and perhaps reversal of the effects on the accumulation of AGE proteins in body tissue “.
In support of the above differentiation, Dr. Brown RP from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons launched research on yoga breathing in anti-aging progression, suggested that
1. Yoga breathing (pranayama) can have a significant and positive effect by bringing the mind to the present moment and reducing stress.
2. Yoga breathing slowed down the aging process by reducing the expression of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and for victims of massive disasters.
3. The practices also alleviated many forms of suffering.
Finally, after taking into account other risk factors, the researchers concluded that yoga breathing can affect longevity mechanisms.
Taken together, yoga used alone or in combination with meditation can have a therapeutic effect on the progression of aging by regulating cellular and psychological expressions.
Written by Kyle J Norton