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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 9668-9676


A QUASI EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECT ON ANAPANA MEDITATION TECHNIQUE ON MILD DEPRESSION AND COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTIONS AMONG PATIENTS ADMITTED IN INTENSIVE CARDIAC CARE UNIT OF VARIOUS HOSPITALS OF MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA

Mrs Chitra A. Beldar, Dr. Tapti Bhattachargee, Dr. Nilesh Shah, Mr. Atish D. Kadale, Mr. Dhirajkumar Mane.

Abstract
Background: Anapana/Vipassana is ancient meditation technique rediscovered by Gautama the Buddha about 2500 years ago. It is currently being thought in India and several other countries under the guidance of Shri. S. N. Goenka as principle teacher of Anapana. It prompts conscious lifestyle changes enhances concentration of mind and facilitates deeper psychological introspection to bring about lasting behavioral changes. Aim: To Study the effectiveness on anapana meditation technique on mild depression and cognitive dysfunctions among patients admitted in intensive cardiac care unit of various hospitals of Mumbai, Maharashtra. Materials and Method: A quasi experimental study among 100 participants were enrolled for Anapana technique, where by anapana tool for before and after score was derived for Standardized Mini-Mental State Examination (SMMSE), Brief Cognitive Rating Scale (BCRS), Beck‟s Depression Inventory (BDI). Statistical Analysis: Data was stored in MS-Excel, statistical analysis was done in In-Stat Software, For comparison of pre and post data we had applied Wilcoxon Matched Paired test because data not follows normal distribution, p

Key words: Anapana meditation, Meditation, Cognitive Dysfunction, depression, ICCU.



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