A study to assess the effects of pranayama on quality of life (QoL) and blood pressure among menopausal women in the urban community
Thamu Priyadharshini NT, Jeyabharthi and Pranesh
Menopause is an aspect of each lady's life when a lady's conceptive framework eases back down and inevitably stops. This stage normally happens between the age of 40-60 related with hormonal, physical and mental changes. This is called menopause. Menopause can likewise happen when ovaries are eliminated or quit working. Menopause happens as the ovaries quit delivering estrogen, making the conceptive framework progressively or suddenly shut down. The current investigation expects to survey the impacts of pranayama on Quality of Life (QoL) and pulse among menopausal women in the metropolitan network at Vadapalani. An evaluative exploration approach has been embraced for the investigation and the examination configuration picked was one gathering pretest post-test research configuration was led among 60 menopausal ladies. Organized survey was utilized to gather the segment information and WHO QoL-Bref instrument was utilized to gather the information identified with personal satisfaction of menopausal ladies and sphygmomanometer was utilized to gather the blood pressure. Pre-test was finished by utilizing organized meeting poll strategy. Menopausal women rehearsed pranayama every day in the first part of the day and night for 15 moment. Following a day ago intercession post-test were finished by a similar poll. The examination finding unmistakably induces that there was huge improvement in the degree of personal satisfaction of menopausal women was watched and furthermore the pulse has been kept up around typical level. This obviously deduces pranayama was discovered to be compelling in improving the personal satisfaction and for keeping up the circulatory strain among menopausal women.
Thamu Priyadharshini NT, Jeyabharthi, Pranesh. A study to assess the effects of pranayama on quality of life (QoL) and blood pressure among menopausal women in the urban community. Int J Adv Res Community Health Nurs 2020;2(2):19-21. DOI: 10.33545/26641658.2020.v2.i2a.35