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Prisoners doing yoga may see psychological benefits

Yoga can improve mood and mental wellbeing among prisoners, a new study suggests, and may also have an effect on impulsive behavior. The researchers found that prisoners after a ten-week yoga course reported improved mood, reduced stress and were better at a task related to behavior control than those who continued in their normal prison routine.
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