2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Effect of yogic training on selected hematological variables among college students
Author(s): Sunil Rayat and Dr. Neelam Paul
Background: Yoga, is a practice of mental and physical exercise techniques, aiming to acquire good health in human beings. For thousands of years, yoga an ancient holistic relaxation practice has been used as an effective therapeutic tool that counteracts the adverse clinical conditions of human beings. However, the underlying molecular mechanisms that explain these clinical benefits are still an enigma. The efficacy of yoga and meditation as an adjunct to routine management of various diseases and disorder is a great challenge in the present scenario. Ayurvedic knowledge of yoga is much more incompatible with its understanding of biochemical and hematological changes. Exploring the biochemical association with various yogic postures and practices will definitely improve the practice as therapeutic adjuvant and thus, will improve the quality of life. Objective: The aim of present study was to investigate whether regular practice of Yoga for one month can improve hematological parameters in anemia. Material and Method: The study group, comprised Govt. College Nagrota Bagwan male students aged between 18 -25years. They were trained for one month of Yoga. Assessments of various parameters were done before and after Yoga practices, were significantly modulated, statistically by using student’s test.Result: Regular practice of yoga for one month significantly improved the R.B.C., W.B.C. count and Hb content (P-.000). Conclusion: Significant effect of the one month yoga training was found on RBC and WBC and Hemoglobin content
Pages: 1970-1973 | 448 Views 7 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sunil Rayat, Dr. Neelam Paul. Effect of yogic training on selected hematological variables among college students. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):1970-1973.