Yoga practitioners have much fewer probabilities of getting contaminated by a coronavirus, Union AYUSH Minister Shripad Naik mentioned on Sunday.
Speaking to PTI on the event of the Worldwide Day of Yoga, Naik additionally mentioned the propagation of yoga throughout the nation and the world through the Narendra Modi-led regime has helped within the combat towards COVID-19.
“I’m certain that propagation of yoga throughout the nation and the world through the Modi-led authorities’ tenure has helped in a giant option to combat again COVID-19. Those that are practicing yoga have much fewer probabilities of getting contaminated with COVID-19, the minister claimed.
The BJP chief, who carried out yoga at his house at Ribandar village close to Panaji in North Goa district, mentioned yoga boosts immunity and strengthens the respiratory system, which helps construct resistance towards illnesses like COVID-19.
Folks had been suggested to apply yoga whereas staying at the house, the Lok Sabha member from North Goa mentioned.
“We received an incredible response. Folks participated by practicing yoga at the house. We beneficial that there shouldn’t be greater than 20 individuals if they’re performing yoga in a public place, he mentioned.
Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, who participated in an operation held in his constituency Sankhalim in North Goa district, mentioned yoga helps an individual understand issues round him in a constructive manner.
“Yoga can’t management what goes on outdoors. However, it could possibly management what goes on inside, reworking how an individual perceives issues round him in a constructive manner. Let’s undertake a wholesome way of life, Sawant tweeted.
State Well being Minister Vishwajit Rane mentioned yoga has been recognized for enhancing psychological and bodily well being.
“This year’s focus is to apply yoga at a house to inculcate more healthy habits. This #InternationalYogaDay take a pledge to take out a minimum of an hour for yoga each day,” he tweeted.
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