Health benefits of postpartum yoga

Researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine found that yoga, including the practice of breathing techniques and, significantly reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety. Based on this study, it is recognized that postpartum yoga exercises also have a positive effect on the psycho-emotional state of a young mother. Sleep improves, the hormonal background stabilizes, sad thoughts and the state of “Groundhog Day” cease to capture the attention of a woman.

The journal ScienceDirect also publishes research on how yoga affects the physical and emotional state of a person and indicates a positive trend in the treatment of depression through classes. It is also noted that yoga can become an auxiliary tool, but in some cases, and only the attending physician can know about it, one should approach the issue in a comprehensive manner.

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