Psychological Well Being And Mental Health: Emotion Enrichment Through Yoga

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Manisha D. Jamod , Prof. Dr. Pankaj S. Suvera


The goal of this research is to evaluate the findings of chosen studies on yoga’s therapeutic effects and to provide a full overview of the benefits of regular yoga practice. As the popularity of mind-body fitness programmes like yoga grows, it’s critical for health care practitioners to understand the nature of yoga and the evidence for its numerous therapeutic impacts. As a result, this paper contains information on yoga’s therapeutic effects as they have been examined on selected population for different conditions. The random sampling method was used in this study. Total sample consisted 60 of women who practice yoga and women who do not. The sample was selected from Bhavnagar District. To find research studies that inspected the restorative impacts of yoga, data sets were obtained through a questionnaire of Mental Health constructed and standardized by Dr. Jagdish & Dr. A. K. Shrivastava and questionnaire of Psychological well-being constructed and standardized by Sudha Bhogle. The result revealed to there is significant difference between mental health of women who practice yoga and women who do not. Second is there is significant difference between psychological well-being of women who practice yoga and women who do not. Therapeutic yoga is defined as the use of yoga postures and practices to cure health concerns, as well as instruction in yogic practices and teachings to prevent or alleviate structural, physiological, emotional, and spiritual pain, suffering, or limitations. According to the findings, yogic practices improve muscular strength and body flexibility, promote and improve respiratory and cardiovascular function, aid in addiction recovery and treatment, reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain, improve sleep patterns, and improve overall well-being and quality of life.

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