List of publication

[1]. All publications in journals are indexed in an international bibliographic databases, e.g. PubMed. Those published in books has been marked as [Book].
[2.] Author for correspondence is Bold.

106.  Shirley Telles., et al. (2018).Neurophysiological Changes Determined by the EEG with Yoga Breathing Practices: A Mini Review. EC Neurology, 10.9 (2018): 845-847.

105.  Telles, S., Sharma, Sharma, S. K., Kala, N., Pal, S., Gupta, R. K. & Balkrishna, A. (2018).Twelve Weeks of Yoga or Nutritional Advice for Centrally Obese Adult Females. Front. Endocrinol, 9:466. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2018.00466

104.  Gupta, R. K., Gulati, K., Telles, S. & Balkrishna, A. (2018).A Brief Overview of Yoga for Children with Physical and Mental Needs. EC Pediatrics, 7(8): 807-809.

103.  Telles, S., Gupta, R. K., Verma, S., Kala, N. & Balkrishna, A. (2018).Changes in vigilance, self rated sleep and state anxiety in military personnel in India following yoga. BMC Res Notes, 11: 518.

102.  Telles, S., Pal, D.K., Kala, N., Sharma, S.K., Gupta., R.K., and Balkrishna, A. (2018).A Brief Overview of Yoga for Respiratory Disorders. EC Pulmonology and Respiratory Medicine, 7.8 (2018): 554-556.

101.  Telles, S., Gupta., R.K., Bhardwaj,A.K., Singh, N., Mishra, P., Pal, D.K., and Balkrishna, A. (2018).Increased Mental Well-being and Reduced State Anxiety in Teachers After Participation in a Residential Yoga Program. Med Sci Monit Basic Res, 24: 105–112.

100.  Telles, S., Pal, S., Sharma, S.K., Singh, A., Kala, N., and Balkrishna, A. (2018).The association between the Lipid Profile and Fasting Blood Glucose with Weight Related Outcomes in Healthy Obese Adults. BMC Res Notes, 11(1):383. doi: 10.1186/s13104-018-3485-4.

99.  Telles, S., Pal, S., Gupta., R.K., and Balkrishna, A. (2018). Changes in reaction time after yoga bellows type breathing in healthy female volunteers. International Journal of Yoga, 11(3):224.

98.  Gupta., R.K., Telles, S., Singh, N., and Balkrishna, A. (2018). Stress and coping strategies: The impact on health. Yoga Mimansa,50(1):20-26.

97.  Telles, S., Verma, S., Sharma, S. K., Gupta, R. K., and Balkrishan, A. (2017).Alternate nostril yoga breathing reduced blood pressure while increasing performance in a vigilance test. Medical Science Monitor Basic Research,[In press]