BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF TWELVE WEEKS SRI VISHNU SAHASRANAMA CHANTING ON STRESS, COGNITION AND AUTONOMIC FUNCTIONS : A PILOT STUDY

@article{Sailesh2016BENEFICIALEO,
  title={BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF TWELVE WEEKS SRI VISHNU SAHASRANAMA CHANTING ON STRESS, COGNITION AND AUTONOMIC FUNCTIONS : A PILOT STUDY},
  author={Kumar Sai Sailesh and Archana Rajagopalan and Soumya Mishra and Udaya Kumar Reddy and Mukkadan Joseph Kurien},
  journal={International journal of research in ayurveda and pharmacy},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={87-89}
}
Vishnu Sahasranama means 1000 names of Lord Sri Maha Vishnu. The 1000 names are in the 108 slokas are segregated and recited individually . In the present study, we have observed the effectiveness of Vishnu Sahastra nama chanting for stress management in a research sc holar. The participant was given a training session of pronouncing the namas by Sanskrit expert for week days. After that he started chanting Sri Vi shnusahastram every day at 8 am for 12 weeks . DASS - 42 questionnaire and serum… 
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