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Research on the effect of yoga on people's mental wellbeing is overviewed in this article. Finds that yoga can benefit people with insomnia, depression and even schizophrenia. 
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Material Type: Open Journal-Article
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Date Added to MERLOT: May 08, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 22, 2015
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Submitter: Glory Warner
Keywords: healing, yoga, depression, mental disorders

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Avatar for Christopher Mount
3 years ago

Christopher Mount (Student)

Yoga as an alternative theory method for treatment of depression and sleep disorders is an entertaining idea that I would support before treatment with medicine. 


Avatar for Joseph Rodrigues
3 years ago

Joseph Rodrigues (Student)

Interesting read. I hope they will actually keep this experiment going with possibily increasing trial size and having a control. The results look promising and provide another possibility in reducing major psychiatric disorders.


Avatar for Lizzy Tello
3 years ago

Lizzy Tello (Student)

Insightful.  Ultimately nonconclusive at this point due to the lack of scientific rigor, but an interesting realm of future study especially as more funding is directed toward mental wellness in the light of recent events.

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