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NeuroQuantology ; 21(5):1501-1509, 2023.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2326775


This study aimed to analyze the effect of eight weeks of neurofeedback training to increase the stress tolerance level of swimmers the current researchers examined six all-India inter-university male swimmers. For the pre-test and post-test data on stress tolerance of swimmers, the current author used the computer-based, pre-designed "Determination Test" on the Schuhfried "Vienna Test System", and the alpha and beta training was provided by the pre-designed Med-Life biofeedback/neurofeedback system. Swimmers go-through under rigorous training cycle andat the time of the race, and to reduce that stress, the current author conducted this study on swimmers and found the difference in the mean of the pre-test, i.e., 27.67, while the post-test mean was 59.5;hence, the value of the t-statistic(5.338) is also significant to its corresponding p-value, i.e., 0.003, which is less than 0.05, which shows the significant difference between the pre-test and post-test, thus leading the current authors conclude that there was a significant improvement in the swimmers' perception of their stress tolerance level and, it shows that the 21 tutelage sessions were effective in increasing the swimmers' stress tolerance level, which can help the swimmers maintain an optimal state at the time of the race.Copyright © 2023, Anka Publishers. All rights reserved.