Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Effect of Selected Yogic Practices on Menstrual Disorders in High School GirlsAuthor : K. Krishna Sharma, K.Udayakumara, H.Thirumaleshwara Prasada and Deepthi Shetty
Volume 2 No.2 July-December 2013 pp 38-40
The present study is entitled ‘A Study on the effect of yoga therapy on menstrual disorder in High School Girls’. For this 28 girls who are suffering from menstrual disorder were selected from 9th standard student’s Vishwamangala English Medium School, Konaje. The study was of the duration of 30 days. They were randomly divided into an experimental group and a control group. Yogic practices were progressively introduced to the experimental group on six days in a week for one hour from 3 to 4 pm. The control group was not given any yogic practices. Both the group underwent B.P, height, weight, and BMI measurements at baseline, at 15 days and at 30 days. A set of questionnaire was also administrated to both group at the baseline and at 30 days. The results of various tests were analyzed using students t test. After the yoga therapy every variable this study depicts that yogic practices are helpful in managing menstrual disorders.
Yogic Practices, Menstrual Disorder