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APPLICABILITY OF YOGA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PAEDIATRIC AILMENTS

Aakanksha* and Vijayalaxmi M.

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The practise of yoga has been thought to date back to pre-vedic Indian traditions. Yoga is mentioned in the Rigveda as well as Upanishads. Yoga has a rich 5000-year history and because it is such a multifaceted practise, which has a past intertwined with religion, philosophy and of course exercise. We know that good health is considered to be the root of the objects of human life. Children are supple and are victim of physiological handicapped in many aspects of dhatu, sara, samhanana and bala making them susceptible for frequent infections. Children are prone to many infections because of less immunity. Due to various demands and standards in today’s society children and adolescents experience strength and mental health challenges that have not been seen in generations past. There is a constant stimulation through technology, internet and social media as well extensive media usage by children and adolescents in today’s world. For the past number of years, schools have been cutting programmes such as life skill courses and physical education classes. When these stress management skills are not learned at an early age, it become harder to learn when children get older. Medical yoga is defined as the use of yoga practices for the prevention and potential treatment of medical conditions. Yoga chikitsa is the dynamic state of physical and mental ease coupled with spiritual well being. Yoga may help children, adolescents and young adults cope with stress by teaching them self-regulation skills to control emotions and stress at a young age. These practises would in turn help their well being and mental health, improve overall resiliency and help to positively keep their lives in balance. These aasan not only increases your focus and concentration but also in treating respiratory disorders like asthama, allergy, psoriasis, behavioural diseases etc. In this present condition because of this pandemic children are sitting in home having continuous online classes also they can't go outside and play with their friends. So in this condition yoga can be very helpful and effective for children by bringing positivity in children, managing stress also in many factors.

Keywords: Yoga, children, Pediatric ailments, Emotional balance.


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