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Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2019)

Impact of yoga on subjective well-beingness among senior citizens in Hisar district

Author(s):
Kavita Rani and Kiran Singh
Abstract:
Stress is a major issue for senior people and most of the health problems originate from stress. The purpose of the study was to investigate the impact of yoga on subjective well-beingness among senior citizens. Respondents those were having low level scores of subjective well-being practice of yoga over a period of one month were assessed on Subjective Well Being Inventory (SUBI) before and after the course in order to evaluate the impact of yoga on subjective well-being. The 59 male and female respondents out of total 200 (above 60 years) of Hisar district found to have low level of subjective well-beingness. Highly significant difference was found after yoga intervention in pre and post scores well-beingness related to some of the factors like; ‘expectation-achievement congruence’ and ‘confidence in coping’ among rural respondents and urbanities were analyzed in factors like; ‘expectation-achievement congruence’, ‘family group support’ and ‘social support’. The paper thus, reiterates the beneficial effects of regular practice of yoga on subjective well-beingness.
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How to cite this article:
Kavita Rani, Kiran Singh. Impact of yoga on subjective well-beingness among senior citizens in Hisar district. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(4):905-908.

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