Premanidhi Panda

Panda Diabetes Institute, India

Title: Effect of patanjali yoga sutra in diabetes


Premanidhi Panda, M.D(MED), HON Ph.D, in diabetes,MRCP, FRCP has completed his M.B.B.S at the age of 24 years from Berhampur University, India and postdoctoral studies,M.D(MED) from UTKAL University School of Medicine. He is the director of Dr. Panda Diabetes Institute, India, a premier Diabetes hospital cum research centre, India. He has worked in Tisco hospital, India, Benghazi Medical(Libya),Medwin Hospital With Repute. He has been awarded as “India’s Best doctor award:-2013(Diabetes)” by Medgate Today Survey. He has published more than 20 papers in reputed journals and serving as an editorial board member of repute.


Maharshi Patanjali was the compiler of the Yoga Sūtras, an important collection of aphorisms on Yoga practice Maharshi Patanjali was born on150 B.C. in Sunga dynesty. Clinical research in the west has focused exclusively on diabetes as a physical disorder. Clinical research in India, by contrast, has recognized that diabetes is a psychosomatic disorder, in which the causative factors are sedentary habits, physical, emotional and mental stress and strain. It has studied the beneficial effects of the practice of yoga, which is much more than a physical exercise. Patanjali yoga sutra stands on:- (1)FIVE VOWS (2)TWENTY FIVE NIYAMA FIVE VOWS ARE:- (1)Tyranny of the Ego (2) Ahimsa (3) Truthfulness:-Effect of truth on human body is established. (4) Brahmacharya (5) Non-covetousness and Non-stealing Twenty Five Niyamas Are:- (1) Purity (2) Santosh or Contentment (3) Tapasya(Confrontation with Sense Behaviour) (4) SATSANG (5) SVADHYAYA (6)Antahkarana:-Look here, this physical body is an inert thing. (7)Influence of Holy Company (8) SELF-SURRENDER (9) ISVARAPRANIDHANA:- The words “I” and “Mine”. Surrendering the Egoistic Will to God’s Will (10) ASANA AND PRANAYAMA (11) CONQUEST OF TAMO-GUNA:-Which is ever free, ever blissful, free from all afflictions, beyond the reach of the mind and its impurities, beyond the limitations of Prakriti. (12) PRATYAHARA (13) Withdrawal,:-Increasing Concentration of Mind. (14) Vairagya (15) Viveka (16) Vichara (17) MENTAL MENAGERIE:- Turned away from the external objects of the senses, the outer world of names and forms that constitutes Prakriti. (18) Manas Tattva (19) Concentration (20)Meditation (21)SAMADHI (22) Sahaja Avastha (23) Samyama (24) Meditation to Trance State (25) Self-restraint from sex.

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