2023, Vol. 10, Issue 4, Part D
Effect of a 16-week yogic intervention on visually impaired children: A comparative studyAuthor(s):
Suchishrava Dubey and Dr. Bharat VermaAbstract:
This study delves into the transformative potential of yoga practice by investigating its effects on both physiological and psychological parameters over a span of 16 weeks. The study explores the changes in these parameters through a comprehensive analysis, shedding light on the holistic benefits of sustained yoga practice. Through rigorous analysis of the physiological and psychological aspects, the study reveals a significant improvement in various dimensions. Physiologically, the practice of yoga over the course of 16 week sresulted in discernible positive changes. These changes encompassed not only the physical well-being but also extended to psychological dimensions. The study documented significant enhancements in cardiovascular health, as indicated by improved heart rate variability and blood pressure regulation. These findings underscore the potential of yoga as a means to promote cardiovascular resilience and overall cardiovascular health. Furthermore, the study captured noteworthy changes in psychological parameters. The practice of yoga led to significant reductions in perceived stress levels and an increase in overall emotional well-being. These improvements were complemented by enhanced cognitive functions, including attention and memory, suggesting a harmonious relationship between physical practice and cognitive outcomes. Collectively, these findings provide compelling evidence for the transformative impact of consistent yoga practice. The study underscores the holistic nature of yoga, which not only positively influences physiological markers but also yields remarkable psychological benefits. This research contributes to our understanding of the intricate connection between mind and body and highlights the potential of yoga as a holistic approach to fostering well-being across multiple dimensions. The implications of these findings are substantial, resonating with individuals seeking to enhance their overall health and well-being. From cardiovascular improvements to psychological well-being, the study advocates for the integration of yoga into wellness routines. This research bridges the gap between the ancient practice of yoga and modern scientific inquiry, reinforcing its relevance in contemporary well-being practices. This study demonstrates that 16 Weeks of consistent yoga practice can lead to substantial improvements in both physiological and psychological parameters. The findings underscore the interconnectedness of these dimensions and accentuate the potential of yoga as a holistic practice. These insights provide a valuable foundation for individuals, healthcare practitioners, and researchers alike, promoting the integration of yoga into comprehensive wellness strategies.Pages: 295-300 | 76 Views 34 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Suchishrava Dubey, Dr. Bharat Verma. Effect of a 16-week yogic intervention on visually impaired children: A comparative study. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(4):295-300.