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The effect of massage therapy on depression, anxiety and stress in adolescent wrestlers

  title={The effect of massage therapy on depression, anxiety and stress in adolescent wrestlers},
  author={Seyed Mohammad Zadkhosh and Ehsan Ariaee and Ahmad Ebrahimi Atri and Amir Rashidlamir and Abolfazl Saadatyar},
  journal={International journal of sport studies},
In this study we examined the effects of massage therapy on depression, anxiety and stress in youth wrestlers. To do this test participated 24 wrestlers that participations' age ranged from 15-18 years old. In doing so, we control the effects of massage therapy on experimental and control groups by DASS Inventory. During 10 sessions of treatment the experimental groups were received 25 minutes sports massage for every session. As shown MANOVA by comparison of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress… 

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