Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

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An Experimental Study on Effectiveness of Spontaneous Respiratory Modulation and Aerobic Exercise in Subjects with Grade-1 Hypertension

Background: Objective of the study was to compare the effect of spontaneous respiratory modulation and aerobic exercise in Grade 1 hypertensive patients. Study Design is an Experimental study, study was conducted at Co-operative Institute of Health Sciences, Thalasseri, India, A total numbers of 30 subjects were included for the study according to inclusion and exclusion criteria of the study. 

Intervention: The participants were divided into two groups, experimental group (=15) and control group (n=15). The control group received aerobic exercise on five days per week for a month, while the experimental group was assigned to do spontaneous respiratory modulation on two days per week and aerobic exercise on five days per week for a month.

Outcome measures: Systolic blood pressure and Diastolic blood pressure was evaluated using sphygmomanometer.

Results: Significant improvements in all outcome parameters were observed in response to the intervention. Between group analysis showed a statistically significant difference in SBP (P=0.000) and DBP (P=0.008)

Conclusion: The study concluded that spontaneous respiratory modulation and aerobic exercise training is an effective approach to improve blood pressure in grade 1 hypertensive patients.

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