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Objective: Our study examines the influence of therapeutic yoga on persons aged 35 to 70 with diabetic peripheral neuropathy.. Yoga is an ancient Indian physical, mental, and spiritual discipline. In order to promote physical and mental well-being and achieve a state of inner peace and harmony. To compare group1 and group 2 yoga therapy with Diabetes peripheral neuropathy among older male persons .
Data Sources: Thirty males proved with DPN, each group 15 members, have taken for study from Tamilnadu, India.
Study Design: The Douleur Neuropathique 4 questionnaire (DN4), which determines the risk of pain caused by neuropathic conditions and the loss of sensation, was administered to participants as part of extensive neurological screening.
Data Collection: 30 persons participated in the review. Team I through a trial bunch and a particular gathering received yoga practice .Team II went through the benchmark group and received no Yoga therapy .The practice given 3month preparatory phase, 6 days weekly .T-test was used to match the facts and explore it.
Principle findings: The 't' significance of DN4 has been calculated to be 3.873 for team I and -1.974 for team II, respectively. The results indicate that team I information demonstrates a significant improvement in the Neurological factors, whereas team II's negative t value indicates no significant change in the Neurological variables. The computed 't' value is more significant than the 2.14 table value.
Conclusion: According to the current investigation's outcomes, yoga therapy proved a much preferable for DPN.
Key Words: Health disparities, Yoga Therapy, Yogasanas, Meditation, functional improvement.