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Fig. 2 | BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Fig. 2

From: The effects of yoga and quiet rest on subjective levels of anxiety and physiological correlates: a 2-way crossover randomized trial

Fig. 2

(i) State anxiety scores at baseline, post-condition, and post-exposure for the yoga and rest conditions. No significant difference between the yoga and rest conditions. (ii) Combined state anxiety scores at baseline, post-condition and post-exposure. Significant decrease, **p = 0.001, between baseline and post-condition and significant increase, ***p < 0 .001, between post-condition and post-exposure. (iii) Heart rate (HR) at baseline, post-condition and post-exposure for the yoga and rest conditions. Significant interaction between condition & time, ***p < 0 .001. (iv) Combined HR for both conditions at baseline, post-condition and post-exposure. Significant decrease between post-condition and post-exposure, *p = 0 .020 and between baseline and post-exposure, * p = 0 .033. Note symbols or abbreviations on graphs: N.S.- not significant, *p < 0.05, **p = 0 .001, and ***p < 0 .001. Error bars = SEM

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