92.3 Percent Home Isolated Covid Patients Admitted That Yoga Helped in Recovery


92.3 percent of corona patients in home-isolation in Delhi have admitted that yoga has helped them recover from corona.

In Delhi, online yoga classes were started for the corona infected under the name ‘Delhi ki Yogshaala’. More than 4600 infected people have benefited from it.

A research was conducted by Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University registered under CTRI of ICMR to examine the real benefits of these free yoga classes for the infected.

92.3 percent of the people involved in this research admitted that by doing yoga during the infection, they saw an improvement in all symptoms of corona and they did not have problems like breathlessness.

In this regard, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that Delhi’s Yogashala program is a unique initiative to keep the people of Delhi healthy through yoga.

He said that it is a matter of great happiness that the objective under which Delhi’s Yogashala program was started is being fulfilled and people are benefiting from it.

He said that under this programme, free online yoga classes were made available to the infected during the corona, which not only helped them recover from corona but also got relief from their symptoms like cough, cold, body ache, breathlessness etc.

Most of the patients involved in the research are between 30 and 70 years old.

92.3 percent of the patients admitted that the symptoms of corona showed improvement by doing yoga.

Most of the patients admitted that they did not face problems like breathlessness due to yoga during the transition.

Most of the patients recover from corona within 5 to 7 days by doing yoga. Only 21 infected people who did yoga were taking any medicine, only 26.2 percent were vaccinated.

Most of the infected admitted that by doing yoga, they got relief from symptoms like cough, cold, body ache, sleeplessness, breathlessness etc.

The infected admitted that online yoga classes worked to eliminate their loneliness as well as improve mental health.

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