Kaygı, Depresyon ve Travma Sonrası Stres Bozukluğunda Yoganın Etkililiği: Bir Gözden Geçirme

Bu derleme makale; duygudurum bozukluğu, anksiyete bozukluğu ve travma sonrası stres bozukluğu deneyimlemiş bireylerde yoga tabanlı uygulamalarının etkililiğini araştırmak üzere, literatür araştırması yapılarak oluşturulmuştur. Derleme makaleye dahil edilen çalışmalar, hakemli ve indeksli dergilerde yayınlanmış olan araştırma makaleleri ile sınırlandırılmıştır. Bu bağlamda; çalışmanın amacı, söz konusu endikasyonlar için yoganın etkililiği konusundaki araştırma kanıtlarını gözden geçirmektir. Tamamlayıcı terapi olarak ele alınan yoganın, iyileştirici unsurları ile ilişkisi araştırılırken, duygudurum, anksiyete/kaygı ve travma sonrası stres bozukluğu konularının üzerinde durulmuştur. Yoga tabanlı uygulamalar, söz konusu bozuklukların remisyonu için çekici bir seçenek olabilmektedir. Araştırmalar, yoga tabanlı uygulamaların, duygudurum, anksiyete ve travma sonrası stres bozukluklarının remisyon süreci ile anlamlı bir ilişkinin bulunduğuna dair veriler sunmaktadır. Ancak, uygulamaların etkililik çalışmalarının olmasıyla birlikte, etkinlik çalışmalarının çok yetersiz olması, literatürdeki bir eksiklik olarak dikkat çekmekte ve yoga tabanlı uygulamaların söz konusu bozuklukların remisyon sürecindeki etkinliğini ve etkililiğini araştıran daha fazla güncel, kanıta dayalı, yüksek kaliteli ve uzun vadeli bilimsel araştırma ve çalışmalara ihtiyaç duyulmaktadır. Sonuç olarak, yardımcı olarak kullanıldığı çalışmalarda yoga uygulamasının, ilaç veya terapi tedavileri ile birlikte, depresyon ve anksiyeteyi azaltmada bir katalizör görevi görmüş olabileceği sonucuna varılmıştır.

The Effectiveness of Yoga in Anxiety, Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Review

This review article was created by conducting a literature review to investigate the effectiveness of yoga-based practices in individuals who have experienced mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The studies included in this review article are limited to research articles which are published in peer-reviewed and indexed journals. In this context; The aim of the study is to review research evidence on the effectiveness of yoga for these indications. While investigating the relationship of yoga, which is considered as complementary therapy, with its healing elements, the topics of mood, anxiety / anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder were emphasized. Yoga-based practices can be an attractive option for remission of these disorders. Studies provide data that yoga-based practices have a significant relationship with the remission process of mood, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorders. However, together with the effectiveness studies of the applications, the insufficient efficacy studies draw attention as a deficiency in the literature and there is a need for more up-to-date, evidence-based, high-quality and long-term scientific research and studies, investigating the effectiveness and effectiveness of yoga-based practices in the remission process of these disorders. Consequently, in studies where it was used as an adjunct, it was concluded that yoga practice, together with medication or therapy treatments, may have served as a catalyst in reducing depression and anxiety.

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Kaynak Göster

APA Efe, F. & Keyvan, A. (2021). Kaygı, Depresyon ve Travma Sonrası Stres Bozukluğunda Yoganın Etkililiği: Bir Gözden Geçirme . Uluslararası Egzersiz Psikolojisi Dergisi , 3 (1) , 1-11 . DOI: 10.51538/intjourexerpsyc.883347