Estudios médicos de los beneficios del Yoga y de la Meditación en la salud y el bienestar

Sahaja Yoga, cómo sistema de meditación sin ánimo de lucro basado en la experiencia, y con el anhelo de incorporar aquello de Verdadero que hay en todas las culturas, ha sido foco de estudio de muchos científicos en todo el mundo. Dichos estudios, publicados en revistas científicas de prestigio académico, han probado los beneficios en la salud y el bienestar que conlleva la práctica continuada de Sahaja Yoga.

Beneficios del Yoga en la Salud   Beneficios del Yoga y la Meditación   Beneficios del Yoga y la Meditación   Beneficios del Yoga en la Salud   Beneficios del Yoga y la Salud   La Biblioteca Cochrane y Sahaja Yoga

Los beneficios de Sahaja Yoga se han probado científicamente en:

  • Tratamiento de las arritmias cardíacas
  • Tratamiento del asma
  • Epilepsia
  • Desequilibrios en la tensión arterial
  • Ansiedad y depresión
  • Desórdenes de la menopausia
  • Trastorno por déficit de atención con hiperactividad en niños (ADHD)
  • Abusos de drogas
  • Patologías de raíz psicosomática cómo el Stress
  • Psicosis

A continuación se dispone del elenco de bibliografía académica de los estudios de Sahaja Yoga a nivel internacional. Han sido estudios médico-cinetíficos que han probado los beneficios del Yoga en la salud física, mental y emocional.

  1. Aftanas L.I., Golocheikine S.A. (2001): Human anterior and frontal midline theta and lower alpha reflect emotionally positive state and internalized attention: high-resolution EEG investigation of meditation. Neuroscience Letters 310: 57-60.
  2. Aftanas L.I., Golocheikine S.A. (2002): Non-linear dynamic complexity of the human EEG during meditation. Neuroscience Letters 330: 143-146.
  3. Aftanas L.I., Golosheikin S.A. (2003): Changes in cortical activity in altered states of consciousness: the study of meditation by high-resolution EEG. Human Physiology 29(2):143-151.
  4. Aftanas L.i., Golosheykin S.A. (2005): Impact of regular meditation practice on EEG activity at rest and during evoked negative emotions. International Journal of Neuroscience, 115(6): 893-909.
  5. Choudhary R., (2011): Effect of Sahaja Yoga Meditation on the Nutritional Assessment of University Students. International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering 5(2): 077-084.
  6. Chugh D.K. (1997): The effects of Sahaja Yoga in bronchial asthma and essential hypertension. New Delhi Medicos, 13(5): 46-47.
  7. Gupta H.L., Dudani U., Singh S.H., Surange S.G., and W. Selvamurthy (1991): Sahaja Yoga in the management of intractable epileptics. Journal of Association of Physicians of India 39(8): 649.
  8. Hackl, W. (1995): Die Auswirkungen von Sahaja Yoga auf das Drogenkonsumverhalten (The effect of Sahaja Yoga on drug consume behaviour). Doctoral thesis submitted to the University in Vienna, 1995.
  9. Harrison L.J., Manocha R., and K. Rubia (2004): Sahaja Yoga Meditation as a Family Treatment Programme for Children with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Clinical Child Psychol Psychiatry 9 (4): 479-497.
  10. Hernández Sergio E., Suero José, Rubia Katya, and González-Mora José L.: Monitoring the Neural Activity of the State of Mental Silence While Practicing Sahaja Yoga Meditation. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. March 2015, 21(3): 175-179.
  11. Kenan Y., Nasir S., and Y. Ertan (2011): Sahaja yoga: A unique adjunctive approach for the management of cardiac arrhythmias? International Journal of Cardiology 152 (1): 99-100.
  12. Manocha R., Black D., and L. Wilson (2012): Quality of Life and Functional Health Status of Long-Term Meditators. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Volume 2012
  13. Manocha R.,  Black D., Sarris J., and C. Stough (2011):  A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Meditation for Work Stress, Anxiety and Depressed Mood in Full-Time Workers. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Volume 2011
  14. Manocha R., Black D., Ryan J., Stough C., and D. Spiro (2010): Changing Definitions of Meditation: Physiological Corollorary, Journal of the International Society of Life Sciences, 28 (1)
  15. Manocha R., Marks G., and C. Salome (2002): Sahaja yoga in the management of moderate to severe asthma: a randomised controlled trial. Thorax 57: 110-115.
  16. Manocha M.,  Semmar B (2007):  A Preliminary Study of Efficacy and Safety of Sahaja Yoga Meditation as a Treatment for Hot Flushes and Other Symptoms of the Perimenopause. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 14, 266-273.
  17. Mishra R. (1993): Catecholamine, indolamine and other amine cell surface receptors: Seven spanning loops in the organisation in the cell membrane. Paper presented at the “Medical Aspects of Sahaja Yoga”, Medical conference, held in New Delhi India, 1993.
  18. Mishra R., Barlas C.L.A., and D. Barone (1993): Plasma beta-endorphin levels in humans: Effect of Sahaja Yoga. Paper presented at the “Medical Aspects of Sahaja Yoga”, Medical conference, held in New Delhi India, 1993.
  19. Morgan D., (2001): Sahaja Yoga: an ancient path to modern mental health? Transpersonal Psychology Review,  4 (4): 41–49.
  20. Panjwani U., Gupta H.L., Singh S.H., Slevamurthy W., and U.C. Rai (1995): Effect of SahajaYoga Practice on stress management in patients with epilepsy. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 39(2): 111-116.
  21. Panjwani U., Selvanurthy W., Singh S.H., Gupta H.L., Thakur L., and U.C. Rai (1996): Effect of Sahaja Yoga practice on seizure control & EEG changes in patients of epilepsy. Indian Journal of Medical Research 103(3): 165-172.
  22. Panjwani U., Selvamurthy W., Singh S.H., Gupta H.L., Mukhopadhyay S., and L. Thakur (2000): Effect of Sahaja Yoga meditation on auditory evoked potentials (AEP) and visual contrast sensitivity (VCS) in epileptics. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback 25(1): 1-12.
  23. Rubia, K. (2009): The Neurobiology of Meditation and its clinical effectiveness in psychiatric disorders. Biological Psychology 82, 1-11.
  24. Rai U.C., Sethi S., and S. H. Singh (1997): Some effects of Sahaja Yoga and its role in the prevention of stress disorders. New Delhi Medicos, 13(5): 35-38.
  25. Rai U.C., Sethi S., and S.H.  Singh (1988): Some effects on Sahaja Yoga and its role in the prevention of stress disorders. Journal of International Medical Sciences, 2(1): 19-23.
  26. Rai, U.C. (1995): Role of Sahaja Yoga in the treatment of bronchial asthma. Medical Science enlightened, 98-109, Life Eternal Trust, New Delhi.
  27. Rai U.C. (1993): Medical Science Enlightened. Life Eternal Trust, New Delhi, 1993.
  28. Ramaratnam S., Sridharan K. (2008): Yoga para la epilepsia (Revisión Cochrane traducida). En La Biblioteca Cochrane Plus, 2008 Número 4. Oxford: Update Software Ltd. Disponible en: http://www.update-software.com. (Traducida de The Cochrane Library, 2008 Issue 3. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.)
  29. Sharma V. K., Das S., Mondal S., Goswami U., and A. Gandhi (2006): Effect of Sahaja Yoga on neuro cognitive functions in patients suffering from major depression. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology,  50 (4): 375–383.
  30. Spiro D.M. (1996): The benefits of Health of Sahaja Yoga. Proceedings of the Asssociation of Polish Scientists of Lithuania.
  31. Usha D.S. (1991): The role of Sahaja Yoga in the management of epilepsy. Thesis submitted to University of Delhi, India, 1991.

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