IJOYS Volume 5 – Issue 2

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I am delighted to bring the next volume of IJOYAS on the opening of a mega event. It is a privilege to release this issue on 12th March 2016 on the inauguration of International
Conference on Yoga and Holistic Health,at Hotel Golden Tulip, organized by Indian Association of Yoga, New Delhi during the Holy festival of Ardha Kumbha Mela at Haridwar.

Readers might be aware that IJOYAS completed its four years of publication successfully. During this period we tried to provide a really exciting opportunity to consider the truly
interdisciplinary nature of Yoga and other allied studies going on all over.

The objective of this journal is to publish up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers alongside relevant and insightful reviews. It includes technical and professional aspects of Yoga and allied disciplines like Philosophy, Spirituality, Psychology, Human Consciousness, Medical, Paramedical sciences, Health sciences, Therapy, Education, Physical education, exercise and sports sciences, biomechanics, Literary/textual studies, Physiology, Biochemistry etc.

My sincere thanks to all the member of advisory and review committee, for their effort and contributors to this issue. Needless to say, any papers that you wish to submit, either individually or collaboratively, are much appreciated and will make a substantial contribution to the development and success of the journal.

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S.No. Article Name Author Page no.
1. Editor’s Note   93

Empirical Research

2. Reversing Hypertension Through Yogic Intervention Dr. Kamakhya Kumar 95-100
3. Systemic Yogic Practices can Manage occupational health, stress and hypertension Dr. K. Krishna Sharma 101-107
4. Impact of Yoga Practices on occupational stress among India army personnel Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh et. al 108-112
5. Comparative Study on Selective Attention: Yogic and Mordern Education System Sanjesh Kumar et. al. 113-119
6. Effect of Mindfull Breathing on stressed student Rohit chobe et. al. 120-126
7. Impact of Yoga on Physical and Psychological Health Among Elderly Yoga Doer and Non Doer Dr. Krishna J. Vaghela 127-132
8. Application of Super Brain Yoga for Academic Anxiety Management in Adolescence Pushpendra Kumar et. al. 133-138
9. Effect of Yogic Practices on adjustment Level of Blind Students Kewal Ram Chakradhari et .al. 139-144
10. Efficacy of Meditation and Counseling on Emotional Intelligence Sachin Kumar Dwivedi et. al. 145-151
11. Impact of Yoga on obesity Management of Corporate Personnel Somdutta Tiwari et. Al. 152-157
Theoretical Research
12. Critical Analysis of the Role of Yoga in Management of Life Style Disorder Dr. Dandekar Prandya Deepak 158-163
13. Yoga Journalism and Its Application: An Overview Dr. Ajay Bhardwaj 164-170
14. Development of conceptual Model of Pranayam as in Yoga Vashishtha (nirvana prakarana) and its Comparison with Concept of Pranayama in Patanjal Yoga Sutra and Hatha Yoga Pradipika Manek Vidhi Umesh 171-179
15. Guidelines for authors   180-181

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