IJOYS Volume 8 – Issue 1


IJOYS Volume 8 – Issue 1


I am delighted to bring the current volume of IJOYAS on the opening of a mega event. It is a privilege to release this issue on the inauguration of International Conference on Human
Excellence through Yoga, jointly organized by Dept of Yogic Science, Uttarakhand Sanskrit University, Haridwar and Indian Association of Yoga, New Delhi.

Readers might be aware that IJOYAS completed its three 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.



S.No. Article Name Author Page no.
1. Editor’s Note   1-3
Empirical research
2. Effect of Yoga on Attention and Concentration in Primary School Students Sadhana Dauneria & Chitra Subramanian 5-13
3. A Study onthe Effect of ChandrayanaVrata and Yoga – As a Therapy tool in modern Era Rangappa & K. Krishna Sharma 14-17
4. Study on Yoga Intervention along with Diet on Hypothyroidism Associated with Obesity among Sedentary Working Women in West Bengal Swapan Banerjee 18-23
5. Assessment of Yoga Therapy on Estrogen Hormone – A Case Study Rashmitha & K.Krishna Sharma 24-28
6. Assessment of Yoga Therapy in Women with Anaemic Condition K Krishna Sharma & Rashmitha 29-33
7. Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Regarding Yoga among Medical Students in Andhra Pradesh Srinivaas Ankamreddy, Samson Sanjeeva Rao Nallapu & TSR Sai 34-41
8. The Assessmentchandrayana Vrata And Yogic Practicess On Obese Women K. Krishna Sharma & Rangappa 42-47
9. Effects of Yogatherapy on Menstrual Disorders in Paramedical Hostel Students K Krishna Sharma & Savitha 48-52
10. A Comparative Study of Yoga and Gym Practitioners on Positive and Negative Affects and Psychological Well- Being Ruchi Singh & Akbar Husain 53-56
Literary Research
11. Yoga in Allergic Respiratory Disorders : From Known to Unknown Parin N Parmar 57-64
12. An assessment on the Role of Psychological factors for the Manifestation of Various Disease Conditions with Special Reference to Classical Texts Logeshwari. K & R. S. Jeladharan 65-70
12. Yoga for Social and Global Transformation Ajay Bhardwaj 71-76
13. Yoga and Human Excellence Kamakhya Kumar 77-81