A REVIEW ON MENTAL STRESS AND ITS PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO YOGA AND PHYSICAL EXERCISE
Author(s):
Monoj Maiti, Mitali Maity (Maiti), Nanigopal Das
Keywords:
Stress, Yoga, Exercise
Abstract
In biological activity, stress is a condition or feeling of body characterized by frustrated, angry or nervous due to physical or mental tension. Stress is of acute and chronic type or short and long term of periods effecting respectively whereas chronic stress can accelerates more physical and mental problems including headache, rapid breathing, heartburn, increased depression, insomnia etc. Yoga is an important method linked with mind and body provides relaxation as well as reduced stress, it can reduce pulse rate respiratory rate, blood pressure and maintain the normal activity of autonomic nervous system specially the parasympathetic nervous system whereas exercise is movement of body parts in static and dynamic state which has ability to change in different system like increase size of heart, number of capillaries, value of vital capacity (VC), tidal volume (TV), activity of respiratory muscles and exercise can maintain blood pressure, blood level of cholesterol, glucose etc. There is numerous physiological changes occurs in chronic stress condition, that changes may be suppress by regular physical exercise and yoga, finding out the different causes, symptoms and recovery points in the article.
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Unique Paper ID: 151588

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 372 - 375
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