Everyone nowadays is looking for ways to boost their immune system or finding other ways to combat Covid-19. Yoga is one of the methods people are taking into consideration to battle this infectious disease. But can yoga really be used to combat covid-19? Here is what the experts say-
Global Yoga Day on Sunday (June 21) is relied upon to be a serene undertaking this time with the restriction on mass social events in parks and arenas. Nonetheless, specialists and yoga professionals encourage individuals to do yoga routinely to improve invulnerability, which is viewed as to be the medication to battle the feared COVID-19.
Previous MP and senior specialist of Maharaja Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS), Vizianagaram D.V.G. Sankara Rao says that wellbeing and wellness help shield individuals from Covid.
“I am doing yoga for the past twenty years. It makes us dynamic and encourages us to take up new difficulties. I made numerous specialists and companions practice it routinely at home during the lockdown time frame. Without an antibody for COVID-19, improving resistance is the best way to battle the infection,” he clarifies.
Covid is said to harm the respiratory framework, Pranayama, the breathing activity, improves working of lungs, and aides siphoning of oxygen-rich blood to all cells of the body. A lot of online substance is accessible to learn yoga, says Mr. Kaleswara Rao.
A resigned educator and yoga master Borra Kaleswara Rao, who prepared almost 1,000 individuals in Cheepurupalli of the area, urges guardians to rehearse yoga and disclose its significance to youngsters on Yoga Day.
Source:- The Hindu