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An Analysis on Yogic Asanas and Pranayam For Stress, Tension and Migraine |

Kurtakoti Manjunath, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


There is no positive type of plan to perfect economic andefficient type of plan of exercises to Improve and removal of stress Thepurpose of this study was to see the effect of asanas and pranayam on swimmerswho are having the problem of Stress and Tension, Frustration, Migraine, Lossof Confidence and Concentration etc. etc is a comparatively new discovery. Thisis because our sportsmen are being trained on the western lines, by vigorousphysical exercises to limber up, toughen, the muscles and build up stamina.Perhaps the general tendency of belittling anything ancient and Indian madeIndian sportsmen and coaches to look at yoga as an oriental religious ritual,rather than a set of physical exercises. It has been found that yoga stretchinghas great advantage in refreshing and relaxing the, muscles and sportsmen usethis tremendous physiological advantage as in antidote to recoup and relax thestiff and tired muscles after vigorous physical activity.