International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2016, Vol. 1 Issue 1, Part A
Effect of yogic practices on weight management of women
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Deba Prasad Sahu and Biswabandhu Nayek
Thousands of years ago yoga originated in India, and in present day and age, an alarming awareness was observed in health and natural remedies among people by yoga and pranayama which has been proven an effective method for improving health in addition to prevention and management of Weight. With increasing scientific research in yoga, its therapeutic aspects are also being explored. Yoga is reported to reduce stress and anxiety, improves autonomic functions by triggering neurohormonal mechanisms by the suppression of sympathetic activity, and even, now-a-days, several reports suggested yoga is beneficial for physical health of cancer patients. For the purpose of the study was to analyse the Effect of Yogic Practices on Weight Management of Women. 25 women were selected purposively from Burdwansadar of Burdwan districts. Mean height of the subject was 5feet 3inches and age of the subject was 35-40 years. To compared the Weight Management between before and after practise of yoga. Only weight was induced as the variable for this study. To measure the weight wing machine was used. After initially tested on weight different yoga exercise and Surya Namaskar were introduced for 1 year. After 1year, again test on same variable. In order to find out the significant difference of on Weight Management of Women “t” Test was used at 0.05 level of Significant. Result of the study was found the significant difference on weight management between Pre and Post Test.
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Dr. Deba Prasad Sahu and Biswabandhu Nayek. Effect of yogic practices on weight management of women. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2016; 1(1): 23-25.