International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education


ISSN: 2456-5067

Vol. 5, Issue 1 (2020)

Stress management through yoga in perspective of student

Author(s): Aashish Malhan, Ramnarayan Mishra
Abstract: Collage students are vulnerable to a critical period in a developmental maturation, taking rigorous academic work and learning how to function independently. Physical activities like running and bicycling have been shown to improve mood and relative stress. However, collage students often have low level of physical activity. Mostly college students have more difficulties during their academic paths. The biggest challenge to student success is time management, balancing priorities, health conditions, social problems, relationships, sleep difficulties and depression. In fact, yoga means not only doing exercise, but helps to awareness expansion, improves intelligence and natural ability is improved. A piece of yoga practice every day will definitely make student community gain more physical strength and get rid of all physical difficulties and diseases. Mental strength gained in yoga helps students to fight against inconsistencies with increasing self-confidence which looks as more powerful. Yoga can empower in the following four ways like Physical Health Empowerment, Emotional Empowerment, Mental Health Empowerment and Spiritual Empowerment. These can be achieved by yoga practices like Yogasana, Pranayama and Meditation. This helps students to begin again their sense of joy, spirit combination and communal kinship. “Sudarshan kriya yoga (SKY)” is an important yogic practice. The daily practice of SKY increases potentiality in the students in all aspects.
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