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Alternative Therapy: Yoga, A Stroke Rehabilitation for

Improved Physical and Psychological Functioning and Quality


of Life
Kyle J. Norton (Scholar, Master of Nutrients, All right reserved)
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Post stoke patients may be benefits from reduced pain, improved range of motion
(ROM), strength, and endurance after 8 weeks of therapeutic-yoga, a recently renowned
institute suggested.

Stroke rehabilitation is a program with an aim to regain some physical and psychological
function after stroke, causing death of some cells in the brain.

Today, yoga, the ancient practice has become a very popular form of exercise in Western
world and some parts in Asia due to health benefits reported by various respectable
institutes' research and supported by health advocates.

According to the Colorado State University, the significant improvement of physical


functioning such as hip passive, upper extremity strength range of motion in post stroke
patients participated in the 6-min walk after 8 weeks of engaging in yoga.

Dr. the lead author said, " therapeutic-yoga intervention may improve multiple aspects of
physical functioning after stroke. Such an intervention may be complementary to
traditional rehabilitation"

Beside improved physical functioning, yoga is also showed a significant effect in


promoted psychological health and on quality of life.

In the review literature of major biomedical and complementary medicine databases,


researchers at the Harvard Medical School found that 5 randomized controlled clinical
trials and 4 single case studies identified the positive results of improvements in
cognition, mood, and balance and reductions in stress in post stroke patients.

Furthermore, in support of the above differentiation, a prospective, randomized, pilot


study of yoga-based rehabilitation for people with chronic stroke with yoga therapy
showed a remarkable result in regain some forms of balance, balance self-efficacy,
reduced fear of falling (FoF), and improved quality of life.

Taking altogether, there is no doubt that therapeutic-yoga intervention may improve


multiple aspects of physical and psychological functioning as well as regained quality of
life in after stroke patients and may be used as complementary to conventional
rehabilitation.

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Sources
(1) Yoga leads to multiple physical improvements after stroke, a pilot study by
Schmid AA1, Miller KK2, Van Puymbroeck M3, DeBaun-Sprague E4.
(PubMed)
(2) Yoga and mindfulness as therapeutic interventions for stroke rehabilitation:
a systematic review by Lazaridou A1, Philbrook P, Tzika AA.(PubMed)
(3) Poststroke balance improves with yoga: a pilot study by Schmid AA1, Van
Puymbroeck M, Altenburger PA, Schalk NL, Dierks TA, Miller KK, Damush
TM, Bravata DM, Williams LS.(PubMed)
(3) Therapeutic effects of Aloe vera on cutaneous microcirculation and wound
healing in second degree burn model in rat by Somboonwong J1,
Thanamittramanee S, Jariyapongskul A, Patumraj S.(PubMed)