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SURVEY ON ASTHMA AND ITS PREVENTION AND TREATMENT BY YOGA THERAPY

Professor Chaudhari Swapnil P.*, More Divya, Kalpesh S. Wagh and Patil Prakash H.

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The objective of the present study is to locate the severity of Asthma in remote area and nearby regions and its treatment buy yoga therapy. Asthma is the commonest chronic disease in children in economically developed countries & is also common in adults. It is increasing prevalence and severity. It is a inflammatory condition in which there is recurrent reversible airways obstruction in response to irritant stimuli that are too weak to affect non-asthmatic subject. The obstruction usually causes wheeze and merits drug treatment, although the natural history of asthma includes spontaneous remissions. Reversibility of airways obstruction in asthma contrasts with Chronic Ophthalmic Pulmonary Disorder. The present study is based on survey, regarding asthma, counseling questions were asked to different peoples of Boradi regions the data was collected as per regions and age wise Asthma was found to be highest in villages Kodid 9% and samryapada7% regionwise and 16% people affected at age of 30-40 based on data we treat those people by Yoga therapy by using different pranayamas and the successful results were obtained.

Keywords: Asthma Yoga therapy.


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