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Project Title: Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy in the Management of Cancer Principal Investigator: Dr. H. R. Nagendra Objective 1. Can Yoga reduce the side effects in patients undergoing Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer. 2. Does Yoga bring about a favorable immune modulation in Breast Cancer patients undergoing Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy. 3. Can Yoga improve the quality of life of pati ...

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Yogic practices

Project Title: To study the effect of Yogic practices on symptomatology and Physiological Parameters in Bronchial Asthma Principal Investigator: Dr. J. C. Sun, Objective: To evaluate the effect of various Yogic practices on - (i) The symptomatology of Asthma (Subjective parameter) (ii) Physiological parameters (Objective paramater) Methodology: A total 275 subjects were enrolled for the study. Of them 175 s ...

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Yoga and Biofeedback for the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Project Title: Yoga and Biofeedback for the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome Principal Investigator: Dr. K. K. Deepak, Objective: 1. To study autonomic functions in Irritable Bowel Syndrome patients undergoing Yogic intervention. 2. To study the effect of Yogic intervention on gastric motility as ecorded by electrogastrography in Irritable Bowel Syndrome. 3. To compare the effectiveness of Yogic and co ...

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Rendomized Comparative

Project Title: Rendomized Comparative trial to determine the efficacy of the Yoga therapy on the patients of Obesity as compared to the conventional treatment Principal Investigator: Dr. T. K. Bera Objective: 1. To determine the efficacy of Yoga therapy for the residential treatment of Obesity as compared to non-residential treatment. 2. To determine the comparative efficacy ofYoga therapy and that of the c ...

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Yoga Treatment

Project Title: To evaluate the efficacy of Yoga Treatment with or without Bio-feedback techniques in three disorders Principal Investigator: Dr. Ranjana Y. Abhang Objective: To investigate whether Yoga, Bio-feedback and the combination of Yoga and Biofeedback are effective in the management of three stress related disorders: 1. Bronchial Asthma 2. Essential Hypertension 3. Diabetes Mellitus Methodology: Pat ...

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Effect of Yogic Exercises on Physiological and Antioxidant System in Man

Principal Investigator: Dr. U. S. Ray, Objective : 1. To study the cardiovascular dynamics, neurophysiological parameters and oxygen consumption during the actualpractice of Yogic Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation. 2. To observe any improvement in antioxidant system to counter act stress induced free radicals especially after vigorous exercise. 2. To correlate the level of biomarkers of stress induced free r ...

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Coronary Artery Disease Regression through Lifestyle Changes

Project Title: Coronary Artery Disease Regression through Lifestyle Changes : Vegetarianism, Moderate Aerobic Exercise and Stress Management through Rajyoga Meditation Principal Investigator: 1. Dr. R. C. Sawhney, DIPAS, DELHI 2. Dr. Satish Kumar Gupta, J. Watumull Global Hospital and Research Centre, Mount Abu 3. Dr. Lajpat Rai, MDNIY, New Delhi Objective To study the effect of life style changes such as l ...

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Yoga for Memory Development of School going Children

Principal Investigator:  Dr. Y. P. Kaushik, Project Head, Objective : To determine the efficacy of yoga practice at young age of school going children to improve their memory using the integrated approach of Yoga, Methodology: In the study total number of 7838 students participated and 6328 * Students were covered in the Controlled Research Study for which data analysis had been carried out. > Yoga Group ...

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Study on Yoga

A comparative study on Yoga, Perfect Health and Fertility behaviour among Yogic & Non-Yogic couples Objective: 1. To study whether Yoga brings positive attitudinal and behavioural changes among yogic couples in stress management, healthier sexual behaviours and fertility & reproductive system. 2. To understand whether married couples practising Yoga are found more composed, relaxed, self disciplined ...

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Understanding the Neurodynamical Complexities

Understanding the Neurodynamical Complexities of meditative process from the EEG signal Principal Investigator : Dr. N. Pradhan, Deptt. of Psychopharmacology, Objective: 1. To evaluate the non-linear dynamical parameters of the EEG time series in terms of its correlation dimension (D2), fractal dimension (Dl) and phase space trajectory behavior during resting states of eyes-open and eyes-closed. Topographic ...

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