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Depression and Psychological Benefits of Yoga. | Original Article

Annapurna M. Hiremani*, D. M. Jyoti, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


Psychological benefits of yoga. We have done our best to research and discover so many wonderful benefits that this great practice has to offer. That is why we here at will continue to practice yoga for the rest of our long rewarding lives. We wish you all the great benefits that we experience on a day to day basis. Below is a table that is a quick overview of all the benefits that we could find. This section along with the rest of this website will continue to grow. In the rat race of life, most people are enveloped in highly demanding jobs that leave them mentally as well as physically exhausted. The more sedentary your professional life gets, the higher is your anxiety. So, how do you combat such stress? The answer is inculcating yoga in your day-to-day life. Various research studies have assessed the efficacy of yoga in improving one’s mental health, and have concluded that yoga does have an array of psychological benefits. Improve your memory Do you find it difficult to concentrate. Proven to be effectual in boosting your memory and concentration, Dharana is an ideal way to clear your mind of all the excesses and calm your nerves. By silencing the static noise running through your mind, you equip yourself to focus better, remember important things, and therefore, perform better in your life.