Initial research from India has shown that yoga improves quality of life due to a heart attack and minimizes the risk of a 50% greater heart attack.
The effectiveness of yoga-based cardiac rehabilitation has now been demonstrated in India by multicenter, randomized controlled trials of acute myocardial infarction (MI) patients.
The study was conducted in about 4,000 heart patients in 24 hospitals across the country for five years. Patients were randomly divided into two groups: first, Yoga-CaRe and second, Intervention and Strengthening Standard Therapy (IESC) for trial. Compare the effects of IESC and yoga.
The purpose of this study is to show that few private centers provide cardiac rehabilitation for patients with myocardial infarction in India. It includes reducing stress, physical activity, and lifestyle drugs.
Experts say that the cost is expensive and most people can not afford it. Yoga-based therapies for myocardial infarction patients are an optimal alternative to traditional cardiac rehabilitation programs that provide a better quality of life with safe, convenient, and affordable pricing. The participating hospitals include AIIMS, Ganga Ram Hospital in India, DMC Ludhiana, IGMC Shimla, SJICSR Mysuru, JSS Hospital, CARE Hyderbad and KGMU Lucknow. Indian Medical Research Council (ICMR)) and the Medical Research Council (UK).
Dr Ambuj Roy, a professor of cardiology at AIIMS, told Mail Today: "This is the world's first and largest study showing that yoga-based cardiac rehabilitation is safe and feasible for MI patients.
Through appropriate yoga exercises for three months, patients with Yoga-RaRe greatly improved their quality of life and returned to pre-infarction daily activities. "Reduced hospital admissions for a recurrent heart attack heart attack, such as regularly practicing 10-13 sessions of yoga posture and meditation, were reduced by 50 percent."
The Yoga-CaRe group included three health-rejuvenating exercises, 15 postures, five breathing and meditation techniques. On the other hand, Enhanced Standard Care received three training sessions prior to discharge from the hospital and printed a flyer delivered by a nurse or other cardiac therapist. I informed Roy.
The incidence of ischemic heart disease in India has increased by more than 50% and the absolute figure has increased from 10 million in 1990 to 24 million in 2016. Saturday, Dorairaj Prabhakaran, Chronic Disease Management Center CCDC) has published this study at the American Heart Association in Chicago,
Speaking to Mail today, Dr. Prabhakaran said, "The quality of life of the Yoga-CaRe group was higher than the controlled standard group.
"Yoga is very effective in improving quality of life, interventions and breathing reduce stress, yoga posture is as good as other physical activities, and yoga is a healthy lifestyle modification.
So in India you need to develop cost-effective cardiac rehabilitation that Yogacare needs to fill. "