YOGA helps to get relief from women biggest chronic disorder

Yoga has been gaining immense popularity due to the short-term as well as long-term benefits that it provides. It is a mind and body practice with historical origins in ancient Indian philosophy. Various styles of yoga combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. Yoga has always given peace to our body and mind. We have seen this from centuries that the people who are doing yoga are more fit and fine from others. Yoga calms our body and mind and keeps us fresh.

Yoga can cure almost any disease under the sky. If u develop a habit of 1hr yoga daily you will be fit and fine and will be away from many disease and if you have developed a particular disease, the natural cure for that ailment might be there in yoga. After all, yoga is the collective wisdom of ages and encompasses a system of cure without modern medicines. It may cure many diseases like Asthma, Hypertension, Back Pain and etc. Yoga is also good for diabetic patient as it controls the sugar level.
Yoga is effective for curing for women’s biggest chronic disorder – PCOD / PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Disorder/Syndrome).
PCOD is basically imbalance of hormones in a woman’s body. PCOD is a metabolic disorder, which affects multiple systems of the body. It is among women between the ages of 18 and 44. Considering it is rather common amongst women. There are various Symptoms of PCOD irregular periods that only occur every 2-3 months, unusual facial hair growth. Adequate diet and exercise is the key to fighting PCOD. Exercise for PCOD women is extremely important to maintain an optimum weight.
Shri Srinivas Murthy, founder of Karmaspark said that “PCOS is the leading cause of infertility among women, and creates a high risk of cardiac disorders & breast/ovarian cancers” said Dr. Runvijay. We at KarmaSpark have already cured over a dozen PCOD cases fully, and thirty more are currently underway at the centre.”

Vinod Kumar

Health Journalist & writer. Editor of monthly health magazine "Health Spectrum."

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