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(March 18, 1992)
Summary: Ann Nutr Metab 1992;36(3):141-7 Department of Biometry and Nutrition, Maharashtra Association for the Cultivation of Science, Pune, India. The thermic effect (TEF) of vegetarian meals was measured for breakfast and lunch in 6 lean healthy men (18-25 years) during normal feeding (NF) and with 20% overfeeding (OF) on 28 successive days. The energy contents of […]
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(July 18, 1991)
Summary: Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 1991 Jul;35(3):191-4 Department of Physiology, Goa Medical College, Bambolim. The work is aimed to compare the relative strength of dextroamphetamine and yogic meditation on the performance of 3 different groups of medical students to concentrate on the task to balance on a balance board. Group A subjects were mediators, group B […]
Categories: Muscles
(March 18, 1991)
Summary: Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 1991 Oct;35(4):281-2 Department of Physiology, B. J. Medical College, Pune. Aerobic Power (VO2 max) and anaerobic power were estimated in medical students before and after six weeks of yogic training. A significant increase in aerobic power and a significant decrease in anaerobic power was observed. This may be due to conversion […]
Categories: Muscles
(October 18, 1990)
Summary: Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 1990 Oct;34(4):279-81 Department of Physiology, Goa Medical College, Bambolim, Santa Cruz. The present work is aimed to quantify the degree of relaxation of muscle under the effects of Kundalini Yoga with the help of EMG integrator. The data collected from 8 individuals (4 males 4 females) on the degree of muscle […]
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(March 18, 1990)
Summary: Med Pregl 1990;43(5-6):268-72 Medicinski fakultet, Institut za zdravstvenu zastitu majke i deteta, Novi Sad. Hatha Yoga’s effects on the posture of 15 ten year-old children and also its effects on the psychophysical condition of 15 grown-ups was studied. As symptoms, during the first examination, 12 of the 15 children had head protrusion, 14 had shortened […]
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(June 18, 1989)
Summary: J Sports Med Phys Fitness 1989 Jun;29(2):177-8 LDH is a glycolytic enzyme utilised during exercise to provide energy to contracting muscles. Chronic submaximal exercise for a longer duration shows about two-fold increase in LDH levels. Yogic practises might be bringing similar effects. The present work was designed to study effect of yogic training on LDH […]
Categories: Muscles