Epidemiological studies suggested that yoga intervention may be used to assist standard care treatment in reduced risk of pre-eclampsia onset during pregnancy.
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 review literature published electronic database, PubMed, studies met the criteria and guideline selected included 54 citations in eight studies (10 reports) in the final analysis, after talking into account of other risk factors, researchers found that prenatal yoga displayed a significant effect in improvement of many aspects including pre-eclampsia in healthy women in 4 studies in compared to control.
Further differentiation also suggested that high-risk pregnant women with morbidity factors such as obesity or advanced age, participated in yoga lesson were found to induce significantly fewer cases of pregnancy-induced hypertension, gestational diabetes, and intrauterine growth restriction, as well as a decrease in perceived stress levels in compared to control
In deed, yoga class focused on poses, breathing exercises, meditation, visualization, guided imagery, and deep relaxation not only reduced psychological stress caused by previous pregnancy and various reasons in induction of nervous tension to precipitate hormone imbalance, particularly in keeping in check of Ang-(1-7), angiotensin I, angiotensin II and renin hormone which played a critical role in expression of high blood pressure in pregnancy but also improved blood circulation into the cervical region to provide necessary nutrients and oxygen for the fetus to growth normally.
However, observation after taking into account of other con founders and including means of all gestation periods, the incidence of gestational hypertension was 22 % for the walkers and 40% for the stretchers with no significant differences in birth outcomes of both groups.
The decreased incidence of preeclampsia in the yoga group was found to associate with increased antioxidant activity in reduced risk inflammatory expression in elevated risk high blood pressure caused by oxidative stress induced bylipid hydroperoxide production.
With all the information collected, Dr. Yeo S, the led researchers said " Regular stretching exercises may promote endogenous antioxidants among women at risk for preeclampsia."
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(1) [Effects of prenatal yoga: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials].[Article in Japanese] by Kawanishi Y1, Hanley SJ, Tabata K, Nakagi Y, Ito T, Yoshioka E, Yoshida T, Saijo Y.(PubMed)
(2) Prenatal Stretching Exercise and Autonomic Responses: Preliminary Data and a Model for Reducing Preeclampsia by SeonAe Yeo, RNC, PhD, FAAN1(PubMed)
(3) A comparison of walking versus stretching exercises to reduce the incidence of preeclampsia: a randomized clinical trial by Yeo S1, Davidge S, Ronis DL, Antonakos CL, Hayashi R, O'Leary S.(PubMed)