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  Yogasanas help to develop strength, flexibility, will power, good health, and stability and when practised, they give the practitioner a stable and healthy life. Yoga  practices help man to strengthen his body and mind and develop positive health. It enables us to withstand stress by normalizing the perception of stress, optimizing the reaction to it and effectively releasing the pent-up stress through various yogic techniques. Pranayama helpus to control our breath and through breath control the practitioner attains mental poise known as samatvam (Samatavam yoga uchyate.  BhagavadGita, 2:48).

   In police trainees, asana training of six months produces  improvement in pulmonary function and cardiovascular autonomic regulation.    A combination of asana and pranayama training for six months controls BP and improves the function of liver.  There is also an improvement in autonomic regulation of cardic function as well as in motor and sensory nerve systems.

Therefore, Yoga has been included as a compulsory out-door subject for the recruit police constables and the in-service personnel during their basic and refresher courses conducted in the police  Training School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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