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08/21/2010 11:56 AM ID: 85174 Permalink   

Yoga Decreases Mood and Anxiety Disorders


A new study by researchers at Boston University School of Medicine suggests that yoga can minimize anxiety and positively affect your mood.

The researcher team discovered a link between the physical and mental discipline and levels of the neuro-transmitter gamma-aminobutyric, which causes "relaxation, less anxiety and anti-convulsive effects".

The study found that these effects are more easily achieved by practicing yoga than by walking. Beforehand researchers followed 2 groups of healthy individuals. The one that practiced yoga 3 times a week showed a more significant decrease in anxiety.

    WebReporter: edie Show Calling Card      
ASSESS this news: BLOCK this news. Reason:
idiotic "researchers" expend hundresds or thousands of dollars that could be used to help ppl loosing their jobs to prove something everybody alredy knows
  by: demonh8   08/21/2010 05:07 PM     
Tai Chi Eases Fybromyalgia Symptoms
and now yogi eases stress... COME ON PPL... are there any more contenders for the eases (fill in the blank) symptoms. Exercise helps everyone. Do it .. it helps.. no contest
  by: Sweet*Chillin   08/21/2010 08:36 PM     
clap clap, they found out what yoga is for.
  by: ProTesTa     08/21/2010 10:59 PM     
  stronger effects than walking!?  
well DUH. walking is EASY. yoga is NOT EASY.
  by: midgica   08/22/2010 06:21 PM     
kills all pain
  by: MannyisHere     08/22/2010 09:57 PM     
Most emo statement ever? :P
  by: deadvenusblue     08/22/2010 10:19 PM     
That´s what the insurance companies hope for.
  by: Lurker     08/22/2010 10:21 PM     
it also cures cancer

  by: veya_victaous     08/23/2010 03:55 AM     
  Next up, breaking news...  
Scientists discover that a simple combination of sulfur, potassium nitrate, and carbon, when properly applied with lead, can cure stupidity!...

The same researchers did a study on monkeys, groundbreaking stuff really.
  by: BiPolar-Express   08/23/2010 07:02 PM     
  And O´ yeah...  
@manny, they made a video for you too...
  by: BiPolar-Express   08/23/2010 07:04 PM     
  yoga is best  
Yoga is one of the effective way to reduce mood related disorders.

Selina Stivens,

  by: selinastivens   08/25/2010 04:33 PM     
"It´s a great feeling to be here and help raise money," said Dawn Dixon, who participated in the class. "I´m a survivor myself and I know what it feels like.
  by: ayana09   08/27/2010 08:35 AM     
  Increasing Flexibility  
yoga has positions that act upon the various joints of the body including those joints that are never really on the ‘radar screen’ let alone exercised.

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[ edited by galena ]
  by: galena   10/19/2010 09:39 AM     
  Increasing Flexibility  
yoga has positions that act upon the various joints of the body including those joints that are never really on the ‘radar screen’ let alone exercised.
  by: galena   10/19/2010 09:42 AM     
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