International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2019, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Part E
Effect of autogenic training and meditation on mental stress management among Kabaddi players
AUTHOR(S): Nagaraj GP, Dr. SK Manjunatha and Eshwara KA
Many people are unhappy in the world, dissatisfied and yet not sure what is lacking in their lives. The basic reason for this unhappiness is our attachment to the material plane of existence. Once we gain a glimpse of higher spheres of consciousness, then our unhappiness and discontent automatically fade away. Man has made tremendous advances in almost every walk of the life. In this study the variables are independent variable: Autogenic Training and Meditation. Dependent variable: Stress means and method N =30, Age = 18-25 years, Experimental group I (Autogenic training), Experimental group II (meditation), Control group III (No training committed), Training duration = 6 week, Experimental design = pre and post test random group design, Statistics prouder ANCOVALevel of significance = 0.05% and Questionnaire stress through (PSS) by Everly and Girdano. Within the limitations and delimitations set for the present study and considering the results obtained, the following conclusions were drawn:The stress level was significantly decreased of all groups due to six weeks of autogenic training and meditation in judo players in compression to control group.Meditation was much effective than autogenic training in controlling the stress level in judo players.
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Nagaraj GP, Dr. SK Manjunatha and Eshwara KA. Effect of autogenic training and meditation on mental stress management among Kabaddi players. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2019; 4(2): 269-271.