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THE EFFECT OF SHAVASANA ON CARDIOVASCULAR PARASYMPATHETIC FUNCTIONS IN HEALTHY ADULTS

@inproceedings{KASTURIK2016THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECT OF SHAVASANA ON CARDIOVASCULAR PARASYMPATHETIC FUNCTIONS IN HEALTHY ADULTS},
  author={K KASTURI.K.},
  year={2016}
}
The present study was undertaken in the department of physiology, Mysore Medical College and Research Institute Mysore. The study was approved by the Ethical committee of Mysore Medical College. All the subjects gave their informed consent for the study. The present study consists of 65 healthy medical students including 38 males and 27 females in the age group of 18 -20 years. The study was carried out to know the effect of Yogic Relaxation (Shsvasana) on basal heart rate , heart rate response… 
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