Yoga my have a strong implication in reduced symptoms and treatment of Asperger syndrome, some scientists suggested.
Yoga, the ancient practical technique for harmonized external and internal body well being, through breath control, meditation, bodily movement and gesture..... has been well 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.
Asperger syndrome, is neuro condition characterized by poor social and communication skills, patients may talk a lot, but fail to focus and keep up with the subject and also have a very narrow interest as they may talk about only one single subject for months or years.
Some children with Asperger syndrome may also engage in repetitive behaviour such as flagging hand.
In the study of a 7-year-old boy with Apert and Asperger's syndrome attended 8, 45 min multisensory yoga sessions, twice a week, during 4-week camp conducted by the Texas State University, researchers filed the following result
3. Yoga Pose Rating Scale examined by demonstrated the transformation in total scores also improved from 80 = emerging to 115 = consistency in pose performance.
Researchers after taking into account of other confounders indicated that the improvement of behavior and subjects focused may be attributed to the positive development in expressive emotions, social engagement, and decline in looking around attitude.
Furthermore, conversation with child parents also revealed that child has shown a strong improvement of ability to self-regulate stress using lion's breath and super brain.
Dr. Scroggins ML, the lead author said, "These findings indicate an improvement in behaviors that influenced the physical performance, emotional expression, and social interaction after yoga training for this child".
In further differentiation of the effect of yoga in children with brain development disorders, researchers at the joint study lead by the Oregon Health and Science University launched a study to investigate whether yoga mind-body therapies have any implication on symptoms of Social and communication skills and repetitive behavior in children with autism by reviewing literature published on data base of PubMed, PsychInfo, and Scopus, showed that all qualified studies expressed an improvement of mind-body therapies in associated outcomes of behavior, psychological symptoms, and quality of life.
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(1) Effects of multisensory yoga on behavior in a male child with Apert and Asperger syndrome by Scroggins ML1, Litchke LG2, Liu T2.(PubMed)
(2) Autism and Mind-Body Therapies: A Systematic Review by Hourston S1,2, Atchley R1.(PubMed)
(3) Effects of multisensory yoga on behavior in a male child with Apert and Asperger syndrome by Michaela L Scroggins, Lyn G Litchke,1 and Ting Liu1(PMC)