The Effect of 8 Weeks of Yogic Practice on Type-II Diabetes Mellitus and Hemoglobin among 45–55 Age Groups
Keywords:Hemoglobin and hematocrit meter system, Type-II diabetes mellitus, Hatha Yoga
The purpose of the study was to access the effect of 8 weeks of yogic practice on Type-II diabetes mellitus and hemoglobin among 45–55 age groups. The present study is undertaken among 10 urban peoples, for example, five experimental groups and five control groups. They were selected randomly from rural area of Assam who recently use to practice yoga asanas regularly during the morning time for 1.30 h. A randomized single-group design was adopted in this study. The volunteers were made aware of testing and training procedure. For the collection of the data, blood glucose was measured using (Accu-Chek active blood glucose meter) and hemoglobin level was measured using (StatStrip hemoglobin and hematocrit meter system). To evaluate the hypothesis of the study, descriptive statistics such as mean, SD, and compare mean such as paired “t”-test were applied and were tested at 0.05 level of significant. The statistical findings revealed that there was a significant difference in blood glucose and hemoglobin of the subjects. The blood glucose level of the experimental group P value and t value was 0.001 and 2.7764 and the control group P value and t value was 0.969. Hemoglobin level of the experimental group P value and t value was 0.002 and 2.7764 and the control group P value and t value was 0.883, respectively. On the basis of the statistical result, it was concluded that there was a significant effect of 8 weeks of training on blood glucose and hemoglobin among the age group of 45–55 years.
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