Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Systolic blood pressure


EFFECT OF SIMPLIFIED KUNDALINI YOGA ON SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE AND BLOOD SUGAR AMONG MIDDLE AGED SEDENTARY WOMEN

K.K. Indulekha; R. Elangovan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1096-1102
DOI: 10.31838/ejmcm.07.09.113

The aim of the experimental random group research was to establish the influence of Condensed Kundalini Yoga on systolic blood pressure and blood sugar among sedentary middle-aged women. Because of Simplistic Kundalini Yoga on anxiety among middle-aged sedentary women, it was hypothesised that there would be substantial discrepancies from the control group. For the purposes of the research, 30 middle-aged sedentary women were randomly selected using Chennai's random sampling group design between the ages of 40 and 50 and were divided into two groups, A and B, each of 15 subjects. For the two classes (A and B), a pre-test was performed on the chosen dependent variable prior to the start of the training programme. Simplified Kundalini Yoga was given to Group A; Group B (Control Group) did not undergo any special care, but was in active repose. The two classes (A and B) were retested on the same preferred dependent variable after an experimental period of eight weeks. The values for systolic blood pressure and blood sugar (fasting) were reported. Co-variance analysis (ANCOVA) was used to assess the relevant distinctions between the experimental group and the control group. The significance test was set at a degree of trust of 0.05. It was concluded that among middle-aged sedentary women, Simplistic Kundalini Yoga reduced Systolic blood pressure and blood sugar(Fasting). The theory was therefore agreed at a degree of confidence of 0.05.

IMPACT OF YOGIC PRACTICES ON PHYSIOLOGICAL SELECTED FACTORS OF OVERWEIGHT ADULT WOMEN

T. Sujatha; R. Elangovan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1110-1117
DOI: 10.31838/ejmcm.07.09.115

The purpose of scientific study by a random sample was to figure out the impact of yogic practices among obese adult women on selected physiological variables. For the purpose of the research, 30 obese adult women residing in Chennai City between the ages of 25 and 35 years were randomly selected from 15 subjects in two categories, experimental group I and group II, using a random sampling group method. It was speculated that there will be substantial variations in selected physiological variables such as Systolic Blood Pressure and Body Mass Index (BMI) relative to the control group owing to yogic practices among obese adult people. For this analysis, the training time was eight weeks. Experimental group-I had yogic practice in the morning, for an hour, six days a week. Community II was held in successful repose. For all the participants, the pre-test and post-test were done before and after the testing. Study of Co-variance (ANCOVA) was used to evaluate the data to figure out the essential variations between the groups. The significance test was set at a degree of trust of 0.05. Because of yogic meditation on chosen physiological factors such as the index of body mass (BMI) and the control group among obese adult women, the findings revealed that there were substantial variations. It was concluded that as compared to Group II on physiological variables such as Systolic Blood Pressure and Body Mass Index (BMI) in obese adult people, there was a positive influence on yogic practices and the result was agreed at a level of confidence of 0.05. It was concluded that yogic activities are required to maintain a healthy weight and blood pressure for obese adult people.

Assessment of cardiovascular status of medical students during and after the examination

Dr.Richa Singh; Dr.Rajiva Kumar Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 5833-5837

Background:Stress starts while the emotional, environmental, physical and social needs of
the individuals compete with one another, and exceed the ability of the individual. The
present study was conducted to assess cardiovascular status of medical students during and
after the examination.
Materials & Methods: 120 first year medical students were recruited. Parameters such as
height, weight, pulse rate, systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure were
recorded before, during and after the examination as per WHO standards.
Results: Out of 120 subjects, males were 55 and females were 65. The mean SBP (mm Hg)
in males before, during and after examination was 110.2, 124.8 and 126.2 respectively. In
females, it was 106.4, 128.2 and 130.4 respectively. The mean BBP (mm Hg) in males
before, during and after examination was 74.2, 80.4 and 86.2 respectively. In females, it
was 72.8, 82.4 and 88.2 respectively.
Conclusion: Systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure showed statistically
significant increase during examination and after examination