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YOGA - A THERAPEUTIC ADJUVANT IN FEMALE INFERTILITY

Dr.Vijay kumar, Awadhesh Kumar Pandey*, Pathak Meenakshi S.N., Dr.Neeru Nathani

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The rate of fertility is seen lower these days because of the sedentary lifestyle of women at home or in office, lot of stress, smoking, intake of certain medicines, deficiency of certain nutrients in body. Relaxation of mind is given importance because stress is considered one of the most important factors of infertility. During such kind of situations any natural solution to solve this problem than the regular infertility treatments is essential. Among the natural treatments, yogic practices are important for treating infertility. It increases the chances of conceiving and is also inexpensive, natural, and safe. Yogic practices for infertility treatment involves poses that increase the fertility rate. One of the best ways to de-stress is through asanas. Yoga is a great form of exercise to do when you are trying to conceive, as it is gentle on the joints and promotes healthy blood flow while stretching and toning the body. Trying to conceive naturally, especially at a more „advanced‟ age, can prove difficult these days. More and more women are turning to in vitro fertilization (IVF) in order to have a child. Yoga poses can encourage the flow of blood to the groin, thereby stimulating reproductive organs, as well as releasing any muscle tension.The best kind of yoga to do for fertility is a gentler, mindful sort, not the very heated yoga. The slow, deep, yogic breathing focuses the mind, allowing you to concentrate on holding the poses (also called asanas). While holding a yoga pose, it is beneficial to imagine the flow of vital energy to the areas that most needs it, ie in this instance the reproductive organs. Yogic practices also encompasses the all-important relaxation and short meditation at the end .This is extremely beneficial for stress relief, as it allows the body and mind to be in total relaxation, even for just a few minutes. Yogic practices is proven to radically decrease stress levels in men and women.

Keywords: Asana, Hormonal Imbalance, Infertility, Pranayama, Stress, Yoga.


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