YOGA OF IMMORTALS
Scientific research on Yoga of Immortals
72% decrease in depression symptoms
75% decrease in anxiety symptoms
82% decrease in insomnia symptoms
77% improvement in quality of life
2×30 Minute session
76% Asian race
App-Based Yoga of Immortals: A novel easy-to-use intervention in the management of urinary incontinence
JOURNAL: Urology, July 2022
The YOI intervention resulted in significant improvement in mean scores on ICIQ-LUTS-QOL; ICIQ-UI-SF; frequency and severity of urinary leak; and daily life activity. Majority of the participants felt ‘very much better’ on PGI-scale. Being app- based, it has the added advantage of the ability to be used anytime and anywhere.
Research on the impact of regular practice of YOI protocols to alleviate Covid-19 pandemic / lockdown induced depression and anxiety-related symptoms
JOURNAL: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , May 2021
Research on the effectiveness of the App-based YOI protocols for alleviating insomnia in the Asian population during the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions
JOURNAL: Frontiers in Psychiatry, June 2021
Clinical insomnia rates have reportedly increased in recent times compared to the pre-COVID-19 era. Various factors such as the imposition of travel restrictions, social distancing measures, the spread of the disease worldwide and barriers to healthcare access, have caused unexpected psychological challenges in the form of emotional distress, stress and especially clinical insomnia. Statistical analysis showed that regular use of the YOI app was a novel and effective method which significantly improved insomnia symptoms among all age groups and both genders.
Intervention on depression and insomnia symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic
JOURNAL: Annals of Medical Research and Practice
The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant psychological challenges globally. Evidence has been mounting of greater emotional distress and possible worsening of underlying psychiatric disorders, due to repercussions of COVID-19. In addition, the pandemic has created barriers to access for help, due to social distancing and travel restrictions. Thus, creating a major need for effective interventions that can be accessed safely from home and provide coping tools which can be learned and practiced while in isolation. An App based Yoga of Immortals (YOI) program is one such strategy to help cope with stressful situations. The objective of this study was to investigate if the YOI program can provide significant benefit for depressive and insomnia symptoms.