Journal of Yoga Practice and Therapy

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Perspective, J Yoga Pract Ther Vol: 5 Issue: 3

Yoga for Breast Cancer Patients' Symptom Management during Conventional Treatment

Andrew Selvan*

Department of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA

*Corresponding Author: Andrew Selvan
Department of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA
E-mail: [email protected]

Received date: 03 May, 2022, Manuscript No. JYPTY-22-64393;
Editor assigned date: 05 May, 2022, PreQC No. JYPTY-22-64393 (PQ);
Reviewed date: 17 May, 2022, QC No JYPTY-22-64393;
Revised date: 24 May, 2022, Manuscript No. JYPTY-22-64393 (R);
Published date: 31 May, 2022, DOI: 10.4172/jypty.1000100

Citation: Selvan A (2022) Yoga for Breast Cancer Patients' Symptom Management during Conventional Treatment. J Yoga Pract Ther 5:3.

Keywords: Yoga styles, Physical exercises, Meditation, Mindfulness


Bone cancer is one of the most generally diagnosed cancers in women in the US, and its treatments have significant physical and cerebral side goods and long- term complications causing significant morbidity and dropped quality of life. Integrative drug modalities, similar as Yoga, have been plant to reduce side goods of conventional treatments without snooping with the treatment itself and ameliorate quality of life. In this methodical review, we specifically explored Yoga as an implicit option for characteristic operation in cases witnessing conventional bone cancer treatments. Overall, the maturity of the RCT papers showed significant benefits of Yoga intervention in colorful aspects of quality of life, fatigue, nausea/ vomiting, sleep quality, anxiety, depression, and torture. There are several studies that have explored the physiological medium behind the goods of Yoga and plant that Yoga affects both the vulnerable response and inflammation. These studies revealed that Yoga has a implicit remedial part in the characteristic operation of bone cancer cases, enhancing quality of life during treatment as well as perfecting adherence to treatment. Unborn studies with further defined and harmonious methodologies are necessary to completely understand the implicit use of yoga remedy in cases with bone cancer.

Ankylosing spondylitis

The severe respiratory pattern (coronavirus complaint 19, COVID-19) caused by a recently discovered coronavirus strain has spread worldwide and is posing severe trouble to global public health.1 Owing to the COVID-19 epidemic, individual conduct (e.g., wash hands and use facial masks) and community-position restrictions (e.g., counterblockade and temporary partial or complete lockdown) has been executed to control the spread of the contagion infection rate still, the strict position of these measures and the punctuality of perpetration by governments affected the internal health of the population. Likewise, inordinate exposure to social media/ news, antithetical health information, physical symptoms analogous to COVID-19 infection, lack of confidence in croakers, former psychiatric diseases, severance, and pupil status, among others, were factors that vastly increased the situations of anxiety, depression, and stress. During the epidemic, the increase in the frequence of internal diseases was accompanied by other public health problems, similar as rotundity and physical inactivity, which in turn were also factors associated with an increased threat of hospitalization and death from COVID- Given the impact of COVID-19 on life and internal health,non-pharmacological strategies, and conditioning that follow social distancing guidelines ( similar as the internet- grounded cognitive behavioral remedy and physical conditioning) are pivotal to offset the challenges to public health Yoga began in ancient India as a comprehensive mind-body practice and has gained fashionability worldwide as a holistic approach to physical and internal wellbeing.

Immunosuppressant Drugs

Although yoga encompasses several styles, a growing body of substantiation has shown that practices similar as postures (asanas), breathing ways (pranayama), and contemplation (dhyana) have several remedial effects. The public interest in yoga is adding as it can be fluently performed and as it's adaptable, which could be a strategy during the epidemic to manage with stress and help maintain internal health. Methodical reviews indicated that yoga can be considered a feasible and safe ancillary treatment option for individualities with high situations of anxiety and depressio, utmost studies have been conducted under clinic conditions and little empirical data are presently available about the position of yoga practice and its possible associations with internal health during the epidemic. Thus, the current study aimed to describe yoga practice and to corroborate the association of this practice with depression, anxiety, and stress Yoga remedy may have some eventuality in treating migraine, and therefore this meta-analysis aims to explore the efficacity of yoga remedy for cases with migraine. Yoga remedy may be effective to treat migraine cases, but it should be recommended with caution because of diversity. Amidst the adversities of the COVID-19 epidemic, the health care system has seen a new paradigm shift towards health or telehealth services. In the arrival of feeding to the geometrically adding health care requirements of the cases suffering from colorful habitual health conditions when in social insulation, the need for similar shifts is consummate. Cases with Enclosing spondylitis using immunosuppressants with variable degrees of disabilities are at advanced threat from this insulated status. This study aims to assess the efficacy of Yoga as a treatment option for these cases. The proposed study is a single-center, resemblant- group prospective randomized, open-blindfolded end- point trial.

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