Hidden Power of Yoga in COVID19: A cross sectional study


  • Vijay Mohan Soni
  • Shiv Singh
  • Neha Munjal Assistant Professor




COVID-19, Immunity, Stress, Yoga, Pandemic, Faridabad


The world is under the various psychological diseases because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The whole world is suffering from stress and anxiety as the future is unprecedented. In this tough time, people are trying to adopt various activities to keep themselves free from stress and to enhance the immunity levels. For this they are valuing the traditional practices of our Indian heritages such Ayurveda and Yoga. Therefore, to know the perception of common population of Greater Faridabad, Haryana towards the Yogic practices, this study has been conducted during this pandemic in which total 395 participants of both genders took part. The evidence indicated that younger people have more belief and interest in Yogic Practices than elderly people. The result has a significant difference at 0.05 level of confidence. Furthermore, the hypothesis has been accepted that Yoga has a potential to manage the health and immunity.

Author Biographies

Vijay Mohan Soni

Medical Officer, Uni-Hospital, Lovely Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences (LFAMS), Lovely Professional University, G. T. Rd, Phagwara, Punjab.

Shiv Singh

Assistant Librarian, Department of Library, Bennett University (Times of India Group), Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.




How to Cite

Soni, V. M., Singh, S., & Munjal, N. (2021). Hidden Power of Yoga in COVID19: A cross sectional study. International Journal of Ayurvedic Medicine, 12(2), 398–400. https://doi.org/10.47552/ijam.v12i3.1911