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Natl J Med Res. 2016; 6(3): 237-239


Effect of Sudarshan Kriya Yoga on Auditory & Visual Reaction Time in Medical Students

Sushma S Jadhav, Rupali F Bandgar, Asha D Jadhav.

Abstract
Background: Yoga was found to cause a better improvement in the health of the individuals with and without ailments. Audio-visual reaction time is important indicator in cause better improvement in reaction time. Hence, this study intended to show its utility as a short course for improving the reaction time. Aim and objective : To find out effect of Sudarshankriya yoga on audio-visual reaction time in medical students by recording the audio-visual reaction time in medical students before & after Sudarshan kriya yoga practical for one month. Material and Methods: The present study was conducted on 60 practical students, who came voluntarily as subjects for the project. Their age ranged between 18 to 20 years. Audio-visual reaction time measured by apparatus designed by Anand Agencies Pune. Results: In present study there was significant (p

Key words: Auditory reaction time, Visual reaction time, Sudarshan kriya yoga, Medical student



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