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Vol. 1, Issue 12 (2013)

Effect of selected physical exercises and yogic practice on Haematological and biochemical variables among college women students

Author(s):
Sandhyarani PS, Dr. A Shenbagavalli
Abstract:
Physical exercises are very effective in balancing fitness of the body. The sufficient amounts of physical exercise are needed to maintain adequate health.
If the exercises are practiced regularly, helps for the maintenance of good health, life without proper exercises render a person weak. A weak body weakens the mind; it means physical exercises are capable of giving better living in the society. So, physical exercises are natural part of our existence.
In ancient period the concept of yoga was the union of divine soul and the ordinary self. But today, this concept of yoga itself has taken a lot of changes. Today we know it simply as the co-ordination between our body and our mind.
Yoga is an ancient science and the practice of yoga improves the health status in the entire manner. Yoga is universally benefiting to all peoples of all ages. It’s a practical holistic philosophy designed to bring about profound state of well being. Yoga is journey towards the physical and spiritual wellness. It is the experience of oneself with one’s inner being.
Pages: 108-112  |  354 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sandhyarani PS, Dr. A Shenbagavalli. Effect of selected physical exercises and yogic practice on Haematological and biochemical variables among college women students. Pharma Innovation 2013;1(12):108-112.
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