According to hindu mythology, yoga is a practice of physical, mental and spiritual aimed to transform body and mind. Origin of yoga is dated back to pre-vedic times. Swami Vivekananda introduced yoga to western world in part of its success and popularized into a system of physical exercise. Regular yoga practice increases brain GABA levels and has been shown to improve mood and anxiety more than some other metabolically matched exercises, such as walking. Yoga as a mind-body technique to reduce stress. Yoga on heart disease suggests that yoga may reduce high blood pressure, improve symptoms of heart failure, enhance cardiac rehabilitation, and lower cardiovascular risk factors.
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Last date updated on June, 2014