International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2021, Vol. 6 Issue 1, Part A
A study of different yogic and naturopathic interventions on reactions to frustration
AUTHOR(S): Karan Singh and Aftab Ahmad Jaan
The main objective of present study was to compare the effect of three methods of relaxation namely 1) Hatha Yoga-intermittent fasting, 2) Aerobics & sauna bath and 3) General relaxation on frustration level amongst female practitioners in the age group of 21 to 27 years from different educational institutions of Delhi. A sample of 80 female yoga and fitness enthusiasts (28 in Hatha Yoga and intermittent fasting group, 21 in general relaxation group and 31 in aerobics and sauna bath group) in the age group of 21 to 27 years were being studied for 7 weeks. Reactions to Frustration Scale (RFS) constructed and standardized by Dr. B.M. Dixit and Dr. D.N. Srivastava (2004) was being implemented. Descriptive statistics like mean, standard deviation ANOVA was used with the help of SPSS 25 statistical package. The findings revealed that there was significant main effect for the method/technique of relaxation used on level of frustration. Multiple comparison was being done further in which the Hatha Yoga/fasting group was found to have significantly lower level of frustration at p>0.1 on aggression, fixation, regression, resignation and in total score in comparison to general relaxation group and aerobics/ sauna bath group. Further the aerobics/sauna bath group was found to be better than general relaxation group on level of frustration (p<.01).
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Karan Singh, Aftab Ahmad Jaan. A study of different yogic and naturopathic interventions on reactions to frustration. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2021;6(1):01-06.