alexa Effects of Practicing Ikebana on Anxiety and Respiration

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Effects of Practicing Ikebana on Anxiety and Respiration

Handwork is useful in psychosocial rehabilitation. Working with flowers is especially beneficial because people can observe the beauty of the flowers. Ikebana, the Japanese traditional art of flower arrangement, is considered beneficial to mind-body health. In this study, we examined the emotional state and respiration in 10 healthy subjects before and after practicing Ikebana.

 

Citation:Homma I, Oizumi R, Masaoka Y (2015) Effects of Practicing Ikebana on Anxiety and Respiration. J Depress Anxiety 4:1000187.

 
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