Stating that there are too many studies proving the mental and physical benefits of yoga, Physiotherapist Gülşah Konakoğlu said, “Including yoga in your routine helps you improve your health, increase strength and flexibility, and reduce the symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety. it will be enough, “he said.
Physiotherapist Instructor from Istanbul Gelisim University, who made statements about the scientifically proven benefits of yoga. See. Gülşah Konakoğlu said, “Yoga can help reduce risk factors for heart disease when combined with a healthy lifestyle or when it is done alone. It is an important part of heart health, general health. One of the main causes of heart problems such as high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. Those who practice yoga are known to have lower blood pressure and pulse rates than those who do not. “
“DEPRESSION REDUCES THE SYMPTOMS”
Stating that yoga can reduce the symptoms of depression by affecting the production of stress hormones in the body, Gülşah Konakoğlu said, “Yoga has an antidepressant effect and helps reduce depression symptoms. This is because yoga can reduce cortisol levels, a stress hormone that affects depression-related neurotransmitter serotonin levels.”
“HELP TO REGULATORY SLEEP”
Stating that yoga can help improve sleep quality, Konakoğlu said, “Low sleep quality is associated with obesity, high blood pressure and depression, among other diseases. Yoga practitioners fall asleep faster, sleep longer, and feel better rested in the morning. There are also studies showing that it increases the secretion of hormone melatonin, “he said.
“MAKE 15-30 MINUTES YOGA EVERY DAY”
Physiotherapist Inst. See. Gülşah Konakoğlu continued by saying that yoga causes a decrease in eating too much, an increase in physical activity and a small decrease in weight:
“Practicing awareness through yoga for those with and without irregular eating behaviors will help develop healthy eating habits. Also, just 15-30 minutes of yoga every day can make a big difference for those who want to improve their performance by increasing flexibility and balance.”