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2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part E

Effect of yoga on stress

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Sakpal Hoovanna
Yoga is the art of living. It is all things to all people. It is about getting to know yourself. Integrating the many aspects of ourselves and putting us in control of our minds; the effects are holistic, bringing about health awareness and a change of attitude towards ourselves and the world around us. The work yoga is derived from the roots of Sanskrit ‘Yuj’ which means to join, to attach, to bind, and yoke, and to concentrate on one’s attention. Menhaden Desai, says in his introduction to the Gait and according to Gandhi, the yoking of all the powers of body, the mind, the emotion, the will which the yoga presupposes, it means pose of the soul which enables one to look at life in all its aspect evenly. Stress is defined as a response to a demand that is placed upon you. Stress in a normal reaction when your brain recognizes a threat. When the threat is perceived, your body releases hormones that activate your “fight or flight” response.
The study was significant in determining different training schedules for school students. The study was significant in assessing the stress of secondary school students. The study would be limited to 20 girls 20 boys, of secondary school children’s of Vijayapur. Among that 10 girls and 10 boys are control group and experimental groups.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sakpal Hoovanna. Effect of yoga on stress. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(1):246-249.
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