Prophylactic Role of Mandukasan and OM Chanting Patients Who Survives with Diabetes
Diabetes Mellitus is one of the most chronic non-communicable diseases in the enire world. Yoga is an part of Indian culture which doing ancient times by our rishi munis. Nowadays science has been considered yoga for management of various diseases i.e. hypertension, diabetes, asthma. In this case study had been conducted to understand effect of yoga in type 2 diabetics. Yoga group were put through mandukasanasana and mandukasan with OM chanting for 40 days. Biochemical parameters was performed i.e. FBG, PPBG and HbA1C. It can be concluded that mandukasan with OM chanting has been helpful as an adjunct to medical therapy to minimize the biochemical parameters. Yoga therapy helpful for the status of diabetics in terms of reduction of drug doses, physical and mental alertness and prevention of various complications related to diabetes.
Keywords: Mandukasan, OM Chanting, Diabetes
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