EFFECT OF CHANDRA BHEDANA PRACTICE ON SELECTED CARDIOVASCULAR VARIABLES
Brijesh Kumar Yadav and Dr. Ramesh Chand Yadav*
Purpose of the present study was effect of chadra bhedana practice on selected cardiovascular variables. Eighty undergraduate sedentary male subjects were randomly selected for this study from the Nagrik P.G. College, Janghai, Jaunpur (UP). The age ranged of the subject was 19 – 24 years. Further, Subjects were divided into two groups each group had forty subjects, Group A (Experimental) and Group B (Control). Group A (Experimental) of the students were involved into the chandra Bedhan practices, five days in a week for total eight weeks. Moreover, Group B (control) had not given any type of treatment. Descriptive statistics and ‘F’ test was applied on the data. Table 4 shown the F-ratio was 2.861 greater to the table value (2, 38) 2.861. Table 5 revealed the ‘F’ ratio was 0.943 was lower to the table value (2, 38) 2.861. The control group B was not involved into the Chandra Bedhan practices. Eight weeks of chandra bedhan practices were sighnificntly affected the resting heart rate, vital capacity, resting respiratory rate and maximum breath holding capacity of experimental group in compared to the control group.
Keywords: Chandra bhedana, cardiovascular variables.
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