Yoga may have strong and profound effect in improved energy expression, some scientists suggested.
Yoga, the ancient practical technique for harmonized external and internal body well beings, through breath control, meditation, bodily movement and gesture..... has been best known for people in Western world and some parts in Asia due to health benefits reported by various respectable institutes' research and supported by health advocates.
In the study to investigate study the effects of yoga poses on subjective sense of energy and self-esteem. in compared to the effects of 'power poses, after taking into account of other confounders, researcher found that yoga group participating meditation score a significantly increased subjective sense of energy in compared to control.
Further analysis, the study also suggested that yoga posts with performing open, expansive body postures may be driven by processes other than the poses' in association with interpersonal power and dominance.
Interestingly, Dr. Golec de Zavala A, the lead author said, " positive effects of yoga practice can occur after performing yoga poses for only 2 min".
Furthermore, the returned survey also indicated that yoga participated demonstrated a overall improvement, or improvement in any of 16 specific health problems.
Energy expenditure was significantly lower in YOGA compared with HR-Match (difference = 79.5 ± 44.3 kcal; P < .001) and SELF (difference = 51.7 ± 62.6 kcal; P < .001), but not in SELF compared with HR-Match (difference = 27.8 ± 72.6 kcal; P = .054). A similar pattern was observed for metabolic equivalents (HR-Match = 4.7 ± 0.8, SELF = 4.4 ± 0.7, YOGA = 3.6 ± 0.6; P < .001). Analyses using only the initial 45 minutes from each of the sessions, which excluded the restorative component of YOGA, showed energy expenditure was significantly lower in YOGA compared with HR-Match (difference = 68.0 ± 40.1 kcal; P < .001) but not compared with SELF (difference = 15.1 ± 48.7 kcal.
1. By improving digestive problems such as indigestion, cramping, bloating, constipation.
2. For healthy people, yoga enhanced energy balance, through regulating gut peptides in expression of autocrine signalling
Truly, people with a high level of psychological distress caused psychic problems are often difficult falling and staying asleep and have a tendency to dozing off early and waking up feeling exhausted and decreased energy levels.
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(1) Yoga Poses Increase Subjective Energy and State Self-Esteem in Comparison to 'Power Poses' by Golec de Zavala A1,2,3, Lantos D1, Bowden D1.(PubMed)
(2) Results from a clinical yoga program for veterans: yoga via telehealth provides comparable satisfaction and health improvements to in-person yoga by Schulz-Heik RJ1, Meyer H2,3, Mahoney L2, Stanton MV2,4, Cho RH2, Moore-Downing DP2, Avery TJ2,3,4, Lazzeroni LC4, Varni JM2, Collery LM2, Bayley PJ2,4.(PubMed)
(3) Energy Expenditure in Vinyasa Yoga Versus Walking by Sherman SA, Rogers RJ, Davis KK, Minster RL, Creasy SA, Mullarkey NC, O'Dell M, Donahue P, Jakicic JM.(PubMed)