International Yoga Day 2024: Notable Rise of 38% Patients Post-COVID at Jindal Naturecure Institute Adopting Yoga and Naturopathy for Chronic Illness Management

Bangalore, June 21, 2024 – As the world prepares to celebrate World Yoga Day on June 21, Jindal Naturecure Institute has reported a significant 38% increase in patients adopting Yoga as a lifestyle to manage chronic diseases. The study compared the post-lockdown period of FY 2021-22 to FY 2023-24. This rise underscores the growing recognition of Yoga’s therapeutic benefits in addressing prevalent lifestyle diseases like Obesity, Diabetes and Hypertension.

Post-COVID, the institute has seen a significant rise in lifestyle disease. For instance, the number of diabetes patients increased by 68%. Similarly, hypertension cases rose by a staggering 55%, highlighting the increased reliance on Yoga and naturopathy for managing these conditions.

A study by esteemed medical journals such as The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology highlights India’s alarming prevalence of lifestyle diseases. Diabetes affects over a tenth of the population, with 35% facing hypertension and 28% experiencing high cholesterol levels, emphasizing the need for effective disease management strategies.

Despite the daunting scale of these challenges, there is optimism: many non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are largely preventable. Numerous credible scientific studies affirm that lifestyle modifications, such as integrating practices like naturopathy and Yoga, can significantly contribute to global disease prevention. This preventive approach promises substantial health and well-being benefits for individuals and societies, as well as positive economic impacts.

Dr. Rajeev Rajesh, Chief Yoga Officer at Jindal Naturecure Institute, emphasized, “Yoga and naturopathy are integral to our comprehensive healthcare approach. The significant increase in patients adopting these practices underscores their ability to enhance physical well-being and mental resilience. Here at Jindal Naturecure Institute, we blend traditional Yoga and naturopathic practices to empower individuals on their path to improved health.”

Jindal Naturecure Institute offers a drugless, disease-specific treatment regimen through a combination of interrelated holistic therapies – Naturopathy, Yoga, Diet therapy, Acupuncture, and Physiotherapy. Their Naturopath doctors prescribe treatments after thoroughly assessing patients’ medical conditions, including planned diets, various therapies, exercises, and lifestyle modification guidelines. This comprehensive approach aims at complete healing and teaches patients how to prevent recurrence and maintain good health throughout life. These programs are customized to target specific health issues, relieve symptoms, and proactively avoid lifestyle diseases through lifestyle adjustments and stress management techniques, promoting overall well-being.

Dr Rajeev highlighted, “Yoga and naturopathy strengthen the body, soothe the mind, and enrich the overall quality of life. Regular yoga practice and naturopathic treatments not only enhance cardiovascular health, reduce stress, and improve metabolic function but also fortify the immune response. These practices encourage an active lifestyle and promote healthier eating habits through heightened self-awareness. By enhancing strength, balance, and flexibility, alleviating issues like back pain and arthritis, and supporting heart health and stress management, Yoga and naturopathy play crucial roles in mitigating risk factors associated with lifestyle diseases such as cardiovascular disorders, obesity, diabetes, mental health conditions, and cognitive decline.”

In today’s fast-paced and digitally driven world, Yoga and naturopathy serve as timeless practices that foster resilience and inner peace amidst the challenges of modern life. Post-COVID, the demand for such holistic wellness approaches has surged as individuals seek effective ways to enhance their health and well-being. Jindal Naturecure Institute remains dedicated to bridging ancient wisdom with contemporary healthcare to meet the evolving needs of individuals seeking comprehensive wellness solutions.

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