Study on the Static Regulation of Yoga Meditation on the Body
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Objective: To explore the static regulation of yoga meditation on college students. Methods: The methods of literature review, questionnaire survey, experiment and mathematical statistics were mainly used. Symptom Checklist-90 (SCL-90) was used in yoga meditation adjustment group and automatic emotion adjustment group. The data before and after the experiment were recorded, stored and analyzed by SPSS16.0 software. Results: The interactive effect between adjustment mode and before and after adjustment was significant, which induced negative emotions. The skin electrical level of the subjects adjusted by yoga decreased significantly, while the skin electrical level of the subjects in other groups did not change significantly. After the experiment, the overall average value of each factor of girls decreased by 0.863 at the highest and 0.427 at the lowest. After the experiment, the overall average of boys decreased by 0.405 at the highest, and the least was paranoid factor, which did not change before and after the experiment; The LF of yoga meditation adjustment group was significantly lower than that before the experiment (P<0.01). Conclusion: For college students, with subjective efforts and effective guidance, short-term simple yoga meditation is an effective method to eliminate distractions, stabilize emotions and coordinate physical and mental balance.
Yoga meditation, Static adjustment, College students, Mental health