Stress management through yoga practices in the corporate sector

@article{Sharma2012StressMT,
  title={Stress management through yoga practices in the corporate sector},
  author={Sh. Rajeev Ranjan Sharma and Anjali Chauhan and Swati Khanna},
  journal={African Journal of Business Management},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={10117-10124}
}
In today's era of globalization where there is a lot of competition, innovation and change executives in all organizations cannot avoid tension, stress and anxiety in their day-to-day work. Only hardworking, disciplined, punctual and mentally alert executives can survive the work pressures and strike a balance between work life and personal life. They are exposed to stress and tension for long periods which may manifest in the form of many ailments like hypertension, high/low blood pressure… Expand
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