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Those diagnosed with major depressive disorder should consider a twice-weekly yoga class as a complement to treatment.
Researchers have found yoga exercise may be a good option for people who suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
June 21st marks the second celebration of the International Day of Yoga. Here are 10 great reasons why you should give yoga a try today!
Some people with multiple sclerosis decide to avoid yoga because they believe they won’t be able to do the poses or may feel embarrassed if they can’t keep up with others in the class. However, fortunately there is adaptive yoga for multiple sclerosis, which can make this beneficial form of exercise available to just about anyone.
Aerial yoga is an alternative form of this ancient practice that literally lifts you off the ground onto an entirely different plane. For those who are curious about aerial yoga or who have tried it, you may be pleased to hear that it can have a positive effect on your heart health.
Are you looking for a super easy yoga workout that you can take with you while home for the holidays? Take a look at this free yoga lesson from Qinetic yoga coach Heidi Kristoffer.
For men who are undergoing radiation as part of prostate cancer treatment, incorporating yoga exercises into their program should be a consideration. New research from the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine shows that the combination of physical poses, meditation, and breathing techniques provides some benefits for men who are coping with this difficult time in their lives.
Symptoms of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can put a real damper on quality of life for the more than 50 million people in the United States who live with these diseases. Yoga could be an answer to symptom relief for both body and mind, according to a study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSM).
Johns Hopkins and Harvard researchers recently reviewed yoga benefits for treating a variety of diseases. The results suggest more studies are needed to push yoga into mainstream medicine as an alternative therapy that could help treat respiratory and mental illnesses and cardiovascular disease.
New and previous research shows that yoga for multiple sclerosis provides a number of important benefits that can improve quality of life. Do you know what those advantages are? Are you ready to try yoga for multiple sclerosis?
Up to 33% of breast cancer survivors are afflicted with symptoms of cancer-related persistent fatigue. Until recently, little has been discovered as a valid modality of treatment for reducing the fatigue and increasing the vigor among breast cancer survivors. Now, however, a recent study shows that Iyengar yoga has promise as a valid treatment that can reduce persistent fatigue.