International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Masters Thesis | Physiotherapy | India | Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023

Effects of Neurobics in Post Covid Cognitive Impaired Patients

Vijay Krishna Kumar [3] | Archita Mahanta

Abstract: Introduction: Covid 19 affected individuals are increasing dramatically year after year, with symptoms such as loss of taste, smell, headache, unconsciousness, dizziness, as well as neurological cognitive impairments such as attention, depression, thinking and memory loss. Neurobics (neuro + aerobics) is a type of brain exercise that uses physical senses to improve cognitive performance. Objective: To find out the effects of Neurobics in Post Covid Cognitive impaired patients. Methodology: The study was conducted in Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Medical College of physiotherapy, Bangalore.30 post covid samples were taken in the age range 35 - 70 years. The participants were explained their role in the study and written consent was taken from the patient. All the samples were assessed with Mini Mental State Examination before and after the intervention. The participants received neurobic exercises for 4 weeks, 1session per day. Results: The Pre and Post intervention MMSE score was18.866?1.279 and 23.7?1.704 respectively. Paired t test showed that there was significant difference in MMSE score (t=18.397, p<0.001). Thus there was a significant improvement in the MMSE score after 4weeks of intervention. Conclusion: The study concluded that neurobics exercises are effective to improve cognitive function in post covid patients.

Keywords: Neurobics, Post Covid - 19, Cognition, MMSE

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023,

Pages: 314 - 317

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