Author : Harvinder Gaddu 1
Date of Publication :14th May 2022
Abstract: The aim of this study was to see how certain yoga exercises affected right and left eye visual acuity. A total of twenty people (N=20) from Ludhiana were chosen to participate in the study. The study was done on a random basis, with participants aged 40 and above. All eyesight samples were taken by an optometrist and assessed in a fully computerized ophthalmology clinic to determine the effect of yoga exercises on right eye visual acuity. Palming, blinking, sideways viewing, rotational viewing, up and down viewing close and far, Tratak, Bhramari pranayama, Neti (jal and raber) The t–test, mean, and standard deviation were used. To test the hypotheses, the level of significance was fixed at 0.05, and P<0.05 was used. The study's findings were explained. Results of the study explicated statistically that there was insignificant difference in Right Eye Female.
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