Health experts say the practice of yoga can help people manage stress, which can lead to a drop in the risk of developing cancer, stroke and heart disease.
Yoga is a powerful form of relaxation and has been used to treat conditions ranging from anxiety to depression.
But the new yoga videos are the latest addition to a growing body of research linking yoga to improved health and lower rates of many chronic conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, cancer and arthritis.
Yoga can also reduce the risk for the following: chronic pain and chronic cough.
It can reduce stress and help people cope with the loss of weight and manage chronic fatigue.
It also boosts the immune system and helps the body to produce more antioxidants, a substance found in the body’s own cells that help it fight cancer and other diseases.
The videos are being developed by the United Nations World Health Organization, and the first video, released on Saturday, has been viewed over 1.4 million times.
The video, called ‘Yoga: The Body’s Healing Way’, focuses on yoga poses and is meant to help people learn how to focus their attention on their breath.
The first video featured a yoga teacher who explains how to hold breath as the breath becomes heavier and heavier, which triggers the release of oxytocin, a hormone that triggers the body, says Michael E. Brown, a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University.
The release of this hormone, which is known to trigger positive emotions, is an important part of yoga.
“When people learn to breathe normally, it’s like releasing the stress hormones that are causing stress in the first place,” says Dr Brown.
The other part of the video is called ‘A New Way to Breathe’, which explains how the body releases oxytocic hormones that help the body relax and feel peaceful, while simultaneously helping the body regulate blood sugar levels and control inflammation.
It was produced by the Global Alliance of Yoga Educators, which has also developed several other videos that focus on yoga, such as ‘Mindful Body Movement’ and ‘Soothing Breathing’.
Dr Brown says the videos are a good introduction to yoga.
The UN agency has been researching yoga for decades, and has released more than 30 studies on the practice, such that the majority of its findings support the use of yoga for health benefits.
“There is a lot of work going on in the research, so we are very excited that this new series of videos is getting a lot more attention,” Dr Brown said.
“Yoga is a very powerful way to help us cope with stress and manage stress.
It’s very useful for managing depression and anxiety, and we are all connected.”
We want to help everyone learn how yoga can improve health and reduce the risks for all the chronic diseases that are linked to stress,” he added.
Yoga videos and classes have become popular in recent years, particularly in the US.
But they can be expensive, and many are only accessible in certain parts of the world.
The new videos, which are part of a series of global initiatives that are meant to bring together health professionals and yoga teachers to create new yoga programs, are meant for those who are looking for a low-cost alternative to traditional yoga.
These include a series called ‘The Great Health Experiment’, in which teachers from across the world have taken part in a five-week, online course.
This new series, called Yoga for Health, will also be a collaboration between the UN and the US National Institute of Health.
Dr Dhananjay Srivastava, a psychiatrist who is involved in the global yoga program, says the yoga video series is a good first step towards a universal health care approach. “
I think the yoga series is part of that,” he said.
Dr Dhananjay Srivastava, a psychiatrist who is involved in the global yoga program, says the yoga video series is a good first step towards a universal health care approach.
“It’s a step in the right direction, but we need more to go.
We still have a long way to go,” he told the BBC.
“If we can get people to really take the idea that yoga can be an integral part of their health and wellness, we’ll be very, very close to reaching the goal of universal health,” Dr Srivakas said.