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05:52 EST 22nd November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Study on Examination of Therapeutic Efficacy and Potential Mechanisms of Yoga Treatment in Schizophrenia

Despite the preliminary evidence, yoga as a treatment for schizophrenia is under-examined.Studies in healthy individuals indicate yoga practices to improveself-reflection. However, whether yoga treatment improves impairments in self- reflection typically seen in patients with schizophrenia is not examined. Hence, In this study we aim to examine whether yoga is efficacious as an add-on treatment in Schizophrenia in a randomized multi-centric trial and also whether yoga improves ...


Yoga on Arrhythmia Burden and Quality of Life in Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation

Studies in the past have shown that yoga could relieve stress which is the most common trigger for recurrent episodes of atrial fibrillation. Breathing exercises in yoga are found to influence the autonomic nervous system (particularly parasympathetic) and thus reduce palpitations. This study hypothesizes that patients with atrial fibrillation might benefit by practicing yoga. Yoga may also help to better control heart rate and rhythm when used in combination with usual medical...

Yoga for Treatment of Hot Flashes

The Yoga for Treatment of Hot Flashes and Menopausal Symptoms is an uncontrolled pilot clinical trial to determine the feasibility of recruitment and of evaluating yoga for the relief of menopausal hot flashes in 12 peri- or postmenopausal women. Participants will attend an Introductory Yoga Workshop, 8 yoga training sessions in 8 weeks, be assessed clinically before, during, and after training and contacted by telephone 3 months later.


Evaluation of Yoga for the Treatment of Pediatric Headaches

This study will examine the feasibility and acceptability of yoga for adolescents seen by a medical practitioner for their headaches. The study will also examine whether yoga decreases anxiety and improves quality of life. We hypothesize that yoga will be both acceptable and feasible with a pediatric population. We also hypothesize that yoga will decrease anxiety and improve quality of life.

Less Neuropathy After Yoga- Managing Diabetic Neuropathy With Yoga

The long-term goal is to identify and establish effective mind-body interventions (as an aspect of complementary and alternative medicine) to improve health and Quality of Life (QoL) for people with disabilities. Preliminary data suggest that engagement in yoga is feasible and beneficial for multiple study populations, and it may relieve symptoms of neuropathy. The central hypothesis is that individuals who complete yoga will have significantly better balance, mobility, and QoL...

Comprehensive Yoga Program (SKY) as Adjunct Therapy for Prostate Cancer

This randomized pilot trial studies the effect of comprehensive yoga program (SKY) in reducing stress, pain, and fatigue, and improving psychological well-being in patients with prostate cancer. SKY is one of the most widely used breathing techniques derived from yoga. SKY Yoga may improve quality of life in patients with prostate cancer.

Yoga for Chronic Headache in Adolescents

A randomized controlled trial to investigate the efficacy of yoga on tension type headache and / or migraine in adolescents between 12 and 16 years, consisting of a four group design which includes an 12 week yoga course and a three-month follow-up period. Both adolescent and one parent will be randomized either to yoga or no treatment. Primary outcome will be pain frequency in adolescents considering pain catastrophizing of parents.

Yoga in School Sports - a Pilot Study in Germany

The aim of this trial is a first evaluation of the effectiveness of yoga as alternative for school sports to evaluate potential effects in stress reduction and concomitant psychological parameters.

Overcoming Pain Through Yoga in the Military

Our primary aim is to assess the feasibility of conducting yoga research among active-duty military personnel with Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP) and/or Chronic Neck Pain (CNP). In addition, we will evaluate the yoga intervention preferences and refine an existing yoga intervention to address those needs. The study will prepare us for a R01 funded pragmatic clinical trial of yoga for CLBP and CNP in active-duty military.

Yoga Study in Breast Cancer Patients

This purpose of this study is to test whether a 6-month yoga program improves quality of life and reduces fatigue and weight gain in breast cancer survivors.

Group Yoga Therapy at a College Counseling Center

Clients of the student counseling center at Oklahoma State University who are interested in participating in the study will be randomly assigned to a traditional process group, a yoga class, and a yoga therapy group. Outcome of the three conditions will be compared.

Yoga for Women Attempting Smoking Cessation

The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility, acceptability and initial effectiveness of adding yoga to a traditional, group-based treatment for smoking cessation for women smokers.

Yoga for the Treatment of Metabolic Syndrome

We tested the following hypotheses: 1. That a standardized yoga therapy will improve insulin sensitivity (primary outcome), and other features of the metabolic syndrome such as hypertension and dyslipidemia (secondary outcomes), we will perform a 2-hour oral glucose tolerance test, fasting blood tests, and a physical examination before and after randomization of subjects to a 10-week yoga therapy intervention or wait-list control group. 2. That a...

Yoga Effect on Quality of Life Study Among Patients With Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

This study will evaluate whether regular yoga exercises designed specifically for patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis is associated with any change in quality of life. Half of the participants will be randomized to yoga, half to usual care. After the first group completes 12 weeks of yoga, the patients who were randomized to usual care will completed 12 weeks of yoga.

Adapted Yoga for Inactive Older Adults

There is evidence that yoga has beneficial effects on several aspects of physical and mental health. However, few studies have explored the acceptability and health effects of yoga in older adults. This preliminary study will explore the effects of a 10-week yoga intervention on physical function and quality of life in older adults. Data collected in this study will be used to inform the design of a subsequent adequately-powered randomised controlled trial.

Yoga and Occupational Therapy to Improve Pain

This was a randomized control trial of a yoga and self-management intervention for individuals with chronic pain. Participants were assigned to either a wait-list control group (self-management only), or a yoga intervention (self-management and yoga). Self-management education session occurred monthly within the community. Group yoga intervention was delivered two times a week with a specifically designed program that was progressively more difficult. Assessments were then admi...

Effects of a Single Session of Integrated Yoga Therapy Compared With Other Relaxation Techniques

Typically a course of yoga therapy for stress management takes place over a week, however, investigators are often asked to provide a single session for workers. The aim of this study is to assess the benefits of a single session of an integrated yoga program compared with other relaxation techniques for the staff of schools.

Little Flower Yoga for Kids: Evaluation of a Yoga and Mindfulness Program for Children With Increased Levels of Emotion Dysregulation and Inattention

An initial evaluation of Little Flower Yoga for Kids will be conducted in a small sample of 18-30 Kindergarten and First Grade students (3-5 per class) enrolled in Girls Preparatory Charter School of the Bronx. The overall aim of this study is to ascertain the short and longer-term effects of Little Flower Yoga for Kids, a promising yoga and mindfulness program for children, which incorporates five elements (connect, breathe, move, focus, relax) to improve the child's ability t...

Facial Yoga Toning Program - A Pilot Study

The primary objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of a facial yoga exercise program on appearance and to measure patient satisfaction with facial yoga practice.

Yoga in Relieving Fatigue in Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy for Ovarian Cancer

RATIONALE: Yoga may decrease fatigue, distress, and depression, and improve sleep quality in patients undergoing chemotherapy for ovarian cancer. It is not yet known whether practicing yoga in group classes is more effective than practicing yoga at home. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well yoga works in relieving fatigue in patients undergoing chemotherapy for ovarian cancer.

Yoga for Treating People at Risk for Diabetes or With Both HIV and Depression

The purpose of this study is to plan and develop an international collaboration for research on the health effects of yoga. This study will also determine the effects of yoga on people who are at an increased risk for developing diabetes and people with both HIV and depression.

Integration of Yoga for the Treatment of Obesity in Adults

The focus of this study is to examine the feasibility of integrating Vinyasa yoga into a Standard Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention, to examine whether engagement differs between Vinyasa yoga and a restorative form of Hatha yoga within a Standard Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention, and to use this information to inform an expanded study to directly test the effectiveness of these interventions on weight loss in adults.

Acceptability, Feasibility and Safety of a Yoga Program for Chronic Pain in Sickle Cell Disease

Chronic Pain is associated with morbidity and poor quality of life in patients with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). Complementary therapies, such as yoga are beneficial in patients with non-SCD chronic pain conditions. Yoga was shown to be acceptable, feasible and helpful in one study in acute SCD pain. The purpose of the study is to assess the acceptability, feasibility, and safety of yoga for chronic pain in SCD.

Yoga for Kyphosis Trial

This study seeks to determine whether a specially designed Hatha Yoga program can reduce hyperkyphosis in men and women who are at least 60 years of age and who have excessive thoracic kyphosis.

Program to Overcome Pelvic Pain With Yoga

The POPPY Study is a pilot of an Iyengar-based, therapeutic yoga program, used to treat pelvic or genital pain, in up to 16 women. Women aged 21 years and older who report persistent or recurrent pelvic or genital pain for at least 6 months that interferes with sexual activity will be recruited from the San Francisco Bay Area. Those who meet eligibility criteria will take part in a 6-week yoga therapy program designed by an expert yoga panel. Women will attend twice-weekly gr...


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