A study of the Effect of Yogic Interventions on Varicose Veins
Effect of Yogic Interventions on Varicose Veins
Background: Varicose Veins are a valve incomitance disorder of the veins. Most persons who suffer from Varicose Veins very often do not get substantially relieved by the current medical treatment. A holistic approach to yoga has the potential to prevent, reduce incompetents and cure the increased valve competent condition. It can be treated by changing lifestyle and dietary habits. But Yoga and Ayurveda are available to help reduce the symptoms and curb the Varicose Veins.
Aims: The main purpose of this study is to find the effect of the yogic intervention on KSRP Police suffering from primary varicose veins.
Design: 56 KSRP Police suffering from primary varicose veins were selected from KSRP 7th Battalion Police, Mangalore for the study. The age of the subjects ed from 30 to 60 years. The design used for the study was a pre-post design. Simple Random sampling was used for the collection of the sample.
Methods: The study was performed with 56 KSRP Police who gave information regarding the daily activities of the Police; pre-post values for the study were assessed based on the primary varicose veins. Yogic techniques were used as an intervention for a period of 3 months.
Results: 90 days of Yoga Intervention resulted in significant changes in the score of the perceived parameters of questioners and doppler ultrasound test in the experiment group (p<0.001) compared to the control group.
Conclusion: Yoga and Ayurveda can increase the resistance to the infection of Varicose Veins. The holistic approach of yoga can prevent and reduce the Varicose Veins condition. Adopting the yogic techniques and Ayurvedic techniques properly removes the impurities of the Varicose Veins, and further stagnation can be prevented.
Keywords: Varicose Veins, Yogic Interventions, Ayurveda, KSRP Employees.
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