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Abstract Title:

Influence of yoga on blood coagulation.

Abstract Source:

Thromb Haemost. 1984 Apr 30;51(2):196-7. PMID: 6740553

Abstract Author(s):

I S Chohan, H S Nayar, P Thomas, N S Geetha

Abstract:

Yoga is known to induce beneficial effects on physiological, biochemical and mental functions in man. Its effects on blood coagulation are not known. A study was conducted in seven previously untrained male adults who underwent a combination of yogic exercises, daily for one hour, over a period of four months. Parameters of blood coagulation were estimated before and after the end of yoga training. The following changes were observed: Fibrinolytic activity increased significantly with a concomitant fall in fibrinogen; activated partial thromboplastin time and platelet aggregation time were prolonged; blood and plasma platelets showed a rise; and both haemoglobin and heamatocrit were raised at the end of the training. These findings suggest that yoga induces a state of blood hypocoagulability. The impact of yoga on prevention of cardiovascular and thrombotic disorders is obvious.

Study Type : Human Study

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