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Abstract

EFFECT OF YOGIC PRACTICES ON PREGENANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION – A CLINICAL STUDY

Agarwal Ram Kumar*, Nathani Neeru and Dwivedi Manjari

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Pregnancy may induce hypertension in some normotensive women or aggravate already existing hypertension Hypertensive disorders complicating pregnancy are common and form one of the deadly triad along with hemorrhage and infection, which result in a large number of maternal deaths. Asanas and Pranayama are inexpensive, nonpharmacological techniques for hypertensives without any side effects and the patient can practice them easily at any stage of life, with little training. Regular observance of yogic practices may reduce the dose requirement of drugs or helps to withdraw the pharmacological therapies in the patients of hypertension. In this clinical study 10 pregnant women of control group were subjected to standard drug therapy and 10 cases of trial group were subjected to selected yogic practices along with standard drug therapy. They were followed up three times, at the interval of 15 days each. The selected yogic practices including asana and pranayama revealed significant additive effect along with standard drug therapy, on subjective symptoms and Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure.

Keywords: Hypertension, Asana, Pranayama, Standard drug therapy.


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