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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, show greater marital satisfaction and have better sexual & fertility behaviour.

3. To understand whether couples practising Yoga have better mental attachment, married life with greater co-operation, agreement and harmony in their sexual relation creating healthier base for fertility.

4. To understand that practice of Yoga helps the couples for healing and preventing gynae disorders including early ejaculation, spontaneous termination of pregnancies, infertility, irregular bleeding, anaemia and troubles in reproductive system such as primary & secondary sterility in male & female. Irregular menstrual cycles causing disorder of ovulation, endometrial or uterine factors, local factor etc.

5. To document and develop the use of Yoga in the field of reproductive sexual health by eliminating its harmful methods! practices, encouraging their beneficial effects and helping the policy makers !Yoga experts and Yoga Institutes to practice the system in scientific manner.
Methodology: 100 married couples were randomly selected who visited the following yoga centers / yoga clinic

1. Vivekananda Yoga and Research Centre – 45
and Yoga clinic
2. Maharshi Yoga Centre – 20
3. Satyananda Yoga Centre – 35

The age group of these 100 persons were under reproductive
age.

Observation Conclusion:
It has been found through the study that Yogic relaxation practices lower the levels of cholesterol in the blood of hypercholesterolemic patients. The study also found that serum lipid levels were reduced in normal subjects taking a normal diet, following training of Yoga.

After three months of practices of some of the pranayamas and asanas, these persons have no sexual problems. These couples have improved in their conjugal and sexual relationship. They do not have any fear, stigma and misconception about sexuality.

The results were quite encouraging in following cases:

1. The Reproductive Tract Infection (RTI)
2. Leucorrhoea and Vaginal Infections
3. Urinary Disturbances in Pregnancy
4. Disorders in the Male Reproductive System

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