A quasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of jacobson's progressive muscle relaxation (JPMR) training on anxiety level of alcoholic patients admitted for de-addiction in selected hospitals, Jalandhar,

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Kawaljit Kaur and Baljinder Kaur
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A Quasi Experimental study to assess the effectiveness of Jacobson's Progressive Muscle Relaxation (JPMR) Training on anxiety level of alcoholic patients admitted for de-addiction in selected hospitals, Jalandhar, Punjab. The aim of the study is to assess the effectiveness of Jacobson's Progressive Muscle Relaxation (JPMR) training on anxiety level of alcoholic patients admitted for de-addiction. Results depicted that the mean pre training anxiety score of experimental group was 22.26 and mean post training score was 7.93. The difference between the means of pre training and post training anxiety score was statistically significant at p<0.05 level. The mean pre training anxiety score of control group was 19.56 and mean post training score was 19.56.The difference between pre training and post training mean anxiety score was statistically non significant. The pre training anxiety score of alcoholic patients of experimental was 22.26 and control group was 19.56. This difference in mean was statistically non significant at p<0.05 level. The post training anxiety score of alcoholic patients was 7.93 of experimental and 19.56 of control group. This difference in the means was statistically significant at p<0.05 level. Hence the findings revealed that there was decrease in the anxiety level of alcoholic patients of experimental group after receiving JPMR training, so the research hypothesis (H1) was accepted

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