Yoga: Research insights
Arcler Education Inc
Derived from the Sanskrit word meaning to join (“yuj”), yoga looks at merging the consciousness of an individual with that of the universal consciousness. The sincere practice of yoga takes one to this final layer where one feels bliss leading to mind-body-breath union and health. Current research is highlighting the benefits of yoga in a host of conditions. This ranges from handling stress, depression, anxiety to overcoming trauma and addressing the management of a slew of diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, irritable bowel syndrome, multiple sclerosis, etc. This book is Part 1 of Yoga: research insights where the benefits offered by this approach are outlined using research articles. It starts off with a chapter on handling COVID-19 that is followed by how yoga helps manage diabetes and how yoga is useful for other conditions such as chronic fatigue, HIV and inflammation.
ShivSanjeevi Sripathi completed his Masters in Biotechnology from Mumbai University in 2008. He was awarded for academic excellence in both his Bachelors and Masters for securing second rank in Mumbai University in 2006 and first rank in his college: Kishinchand chellaram College. For his Masters he secured first rank in his college KET's V.G.Vaze College. He qualified CSIR and NET and and TOEFL in September 2008. He then worked on a stem cell project at the Specialized Centre for Cell Based Therapy (SCCT),KEM Hospital at Mumbai on a project entitled, : Isolation & detection of stem cells from Human Umbilical cord/ amniotic membrane" following which he worked at Junior Research Fellow at Microbiology & Cell Biology Department, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore on cloning of cell wall genes and transcription factors in E.coli & M.smegmatis. As a writer, he has authored and co-authored 35 books on various aspects of biology such as bionics, molecular wires, cloning, hypertension, the epidemics of the 21st century, handling depression, camouflage, hygiene, immunology and many more with international publishers. He loves to read and share on interesting aspects of life sciences in books. In his free time he loves to travel and explore and give talks on spirituality, ancient customs and traditions.