According to New Cochrane in the Cochrane Library database, yoga can have a beneficial effect on the symptoms and quality of life of asthma patients, but not exactly on lung function and medication use.
Yoga can be beneficial for asthmaSummarizing the results of the New Cochrane Review Randomized Trials has shown that yoga can be improved to some extent asthma symptoms and quality of life. However, experts also said that better quality research with multiple contributors would be needed to draw well-grounded conclusions about the effects of yoga. Most of the experiments were conducted in India, followed by Europe and the United States. The majority of participants had a history of mild to moderate asthma between the ages of one and 23 years. Six studies only examined the effects of yoga on breathing during exercise, and the other examined yoga on breathing, postures, and meditation. The majority of patients continued to take their usual asthma medication in experiments. Experiments lasted from two weeks to more than 4 years.
The lead author of the study, Dr. Zuyao Yang, a colleague at the Hong Kong University of Hong Kong summed up the results: "Our research shows that yoga can improve it to some extent asthma symptoms and quality of life. However, we do not know for sure whether yoga has a consistent effect on lung function, and whether yoga can reduce patients' medication use or have some side effects in asthma patients. "
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