TRAINING SIGNIFICANCE OF VARIED YOGIC PRACTICES ON ANXIETY AMONG HYPERTHYROID AFFECTED WOMEN
In this study the experimental group underwent yoga practice for 5 days per week for Six weeks. The control group did not participate in any special training programme or strenuous physical activities apart from their day to day activities. Anxiety was selected as criterion variable. The age of the subjects (30 subjects) were ranged between 30 to 45 years. Taylor’s Manifest Anxiety Scale was used as a data collection tool. The date collected from the subject were treated statistically to find out the significant difference by using analysis of co-variances (ANCOVA) to find out the significant difference in values of the selected variable. Within limitations of the present study, it is concluded that, the anxiety level has been reduced due to influence of six weeks training of varied yogic practices. As a result, yogic practices given to group B is better than given to group A.