Take control of your health with the power of yoga! Our latest feature explores the incredible benefits of yoga for those with high blood pressure and diabetes.
Discover how specific yoga postures and breathing exercises can help to regulate blood pressure and improve insulin sensitivity, leading to better management of diabetes. Learn about the science behind these practices and how they can help to reduce stress and promote relaxation, both of which are key factors in controlling high blood pressure and diabetes.
Whether you’re looking to start a new fitness routine, or simply want to incorporate yoga into your existing lifestyle, this guide has everything you need to get started. With detailed instructions on specific postures and techniques, as well as tips and tricks for optimizing your practice, you’ll be well on your way to better health in no time.
So, join us on this journey to improved health and wellness with the help of yoga. Say goodbye to high blood pressure and uncontrolled diabetes and embrace the transformative power of this ancient practice today!
Arogyadham a Family Health Magazine, being published from Muzaffarnagar (U.P.) India, the cradle of authentic Ayurveda, is the largest circulated and most admired publication on Ayurveda in India.It is among the top 15 Hindi magazines in India and in Ayurveda among the top 2. Its Readership is more than 7 Million (70 Lac).
Ever since its inception, ‘Arogyadham has been promoting authentic Ayurveda across continents. At present, the magazine has edition in Hindi Language.
‘Arogyadham’ extensively covers the developments in this branch of medical science. The regular features include interviews with eminent practitioners and scholars of Ayurveda, detailed examination and remedies of diseases, patient experience, research news and reports on technological advancements. The magazine has exclusive sections on Yoga, food and beauty care which have become a major attraction with the young generation of readers.
Arogyadham has been participating in all health tourism events across the world.
Postal charges are extra and it is flat 60 rupees for the whole of India.