Yoga for Diabetes with Dolly Jain

Yoga and Exercise for Diabtes or Pre-diabetic
Yoga for Diabetes with Dolly Jain
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3.33 GB
Total length :
2h 46m



DR Padmashree


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Yoga for Diabetes with Dolly Jain

What you’ll learn

Great complimentary therapy for people living with diabetes
Potentially reduces the dependency of medication
Reduces stress, which in turn reduces blood glucose levels
Promotes relaxation, reduces anxiety, improves sleep quality
Stimulates parasympathetic nervous system
Improved circulation, preventing complications such as diabetic neuropathy
Reduce risk of falls ans injuries by improving flexibility, strength and balance
With relaxation techniques reduce inflammation in the body and manage insulin levels

Yoga for Diabetes with Dolly Jain


This course is designed for students, not teachers
Course is designed to be simple and easy to follow for even complete beginners
Although it is made to suit all, its best you consult your physician before you get started
You will need a mat and a comfortable space to practice


Yoga can be a great complementary therapy for people living with diabetes. This ancient practice combines physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to help reduce stress, improve circulation, and promote overall well-being. By incorporating yoga into your daily routine, you can help manage your diabetes and potentially reduce your need for medication.One of the most important benefits of yoga for diabetes is stress reduction. Stress is a major factor in the development and management of diabetes, as it can cause the body to release hormones that raise blood sugar levels. Yoga can help lower stress levels by promoting relaxation, reducing anxiety, and improving sleep quality. Certain yoga poses, such as forward folds and gentle twists, can also stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, which helps calm the body and reduce stress.Another benefit of yoga for diabetes is improved circulation. Diabetes can cause circulation problems, which can lead to nerve damage and other complications. Yoga can help improve blood flow to the feet and legs, which can help prevent complications such as diabetic neuropathy.Yoga can also help improve flexibility, strength, and balance. This is important for people living with diabetes, as they are at higher risk for falls and injuries. Certain yoga poses, strengthen the legs, improve balance, and promote overall mobility.Before starting a yoga practice, it is important to consult with your healthcare provider, especially if you have any complications from diabetes such as neuropathy or retinopathy.In conclusion, yoga can be a helpful tool for people living with diabetes. By reducing stress, improving circulation, and promoting overall well-being, yoga can help manage diabetes and potentially reduce the need for medication.


Section 1: Know your teacher

Lecture 1 Introduction about your teacher

Lecture 2 About the Course

Section 2: About diabetes

Lecture 3 Yoga a holistic approach for Diabetes

Section 3: Course

Lecture 4 Practice 1 (Monday)

Lecture 5 Practice 2 (Wednesday)

Lecture 6 Practice 3 (Friday)

Section 4: Yoga Nidra

Lecture 7 Yoga Nidra guidance

Patients of Type-2 diabetes,Pre-diabetics,Individuals who are prone to diabetes due to lifestyle habits, rotational work shifts and family history,Designed for students, not teachers

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 2h 46m | 3.33 GB
Created by: DR Padmashree

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