• Aparnaa Mohan Saveetha university, chennai


To determine the effectiveness of yoga on blood pressure and blood glucose levels in hypertensive and diabetic patients .
Yoga is thought to be effective for health conditions.the study aims to assess the current clinical evidence of yoga for hypertension and blood sugar levels.
Yoga is an adjunctive treatment which helps to lower down the blood glucose levels and the blood sugar levels.

Author Biography

Aparnaa Mohan, Saveetha university, chennai
Bds 1st year


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Mohan, A. (2016). EFFECTIVENESS OF YOGA ON BLOOD PRESSURE AND BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS IN HYPERTENSIVE AND DIABETIC PATIENTS. Innovare Journal of Ayurvedic Sciences, 4(4). Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijas/article/view/13340
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