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Why Qigong Practitioners Don't Suffer From Backpain #3

Why Qigong Practitioners Don't Suffer From Backpain #3

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Backpain can continue to plague you and make your life miserable long after you have recovered from the initial back injury. Even if the back problems are recent, do not expect instant results from any back exercise. Introducing the third qigong/chi kung lesson for eliminating backpain and building a strong healthy back.

For chronic pain to develop, it takes more than just one injury to result in a weak back, but a lifetime of poor posture and bad habits. Fortunately, qigong/chi kung can produce relatively fast results, usually within several months of regular practice. The qigong/chi kung horse stance is no exception.

If at first you have difficulty with the qigong/chi kung horse stance and find that the backs of your thighs and buttocks are tight instead of relaxed, go back to the first lesson sitting down. (It is easier to relax them when you are sitting down).

Why Qigong Practitioners Don't Suffer From Backpain #2

Why Qigong Practitioners Don't Suffer From Backpain #2

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How do you know that you are ready for the next qigong/chi kung lesson on eliminating backpain and maintaining a strong healthy back?

You know when you can assume the first position automatically whenever you sit down, and when your back spasms ease and you find that you experience less frequent pain due to back problems than before.

Then you are ready to assume correct posture standing up. Most people think that just by standing up straight, they are assuming the correct posture. Unfortunately, that is not so.

Reverse Aging - ‘Oprah’ TV show has Dr. Oz discuss ways of Staying Young

Reverse Aging - ‘Oprah’ TV show has Dr. Oz discuss ways of Staying Young

You: Staying Young - Michael F. Roizen and Mehmet C. Oz

[Best Syndication] Dr. Oz was on yesterday to finish up a two part series on ‘Oprah’ which discussed ways that you can reverse aging and to help keep you younger longer. Dr. Oz said in two weeks you can reverse aging in your body - chemically speaking. Habits take hold after 3 weeks, but after 3 months you can actually measure a reduction in aging.

Dr. Oz added that the only person that can cure you is you! He often has patients come into his practice wanting him to cure them, he can only treat the symptoms, but the lifestyle choices you do every day will have more impact on your health.

The first segment on the show was Frank and Elaine who are unhealthy. Frank, 52, is a part time professional bowler that is overweight, has high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and Type 2 Diabetes. He said that he takes between 14 – 15 pills a day to treat all of these conditions. Elaine is 45 and is an insurance broker that feels like she is 65 years old. She says that she has a stressful career and is tired. Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen visited at their home to assess their health and lifestyle. He weighed 270 and she weighed 223 pounds. Both are unable to keep up with the fitness test. They both took the biophysical 250 blood test to help see how they are aging.

Stomach Virus may cause Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Stomach Virus may cause Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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[Best Syndication] Researchers believe they have identified a stomach virus that may cause chronic fatigue syndrome. This infection is called chronic enterovirus infection of the stomach. The study will be published in the Journal of Clinical Pathology.

The researchers decided to investigate the stomach as a source of problem for people that suffer with chronic fatigue syndrome because it is often a common location of complaints and discomfort. The digestion problems of chronic fatigue syndrome patients include chronic and persistent indigestion along with irritable bowel syndrome. Another name for chronic fatigue syndrome is myalgic encephalitis or ME. Other viral infections that create similar symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome are Epstein Barr virus (glandular fever), cytomegalovirus, and parvovirus as well as others.

Chronic Stress promotes Nervous System related Diseases - triggers Inflammation

Chronic Stress promotes Nervous System related Diseases - triggers Inflammation

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[Best Syndication] Researchers found that being chronically stressed in a negative way is bad for your health, and can help increase inflammation along with having an increased risk for developing a central nervous system infection or a neurodegenerative disease. The researchers found inflammation of the central nervous system was promoted by chronic stress and was a measurable and potential cause of multiple sclerosis (MS) in an animal model study. The study results were presented at the 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Researchers from Texas A & M University studied mice and the role of social stress had of the animal’s immune system in creating MS disease or similar neurological inflammation symptoms. The researchers believe that the stress causes an increase in pro-inflammatory cytokines. These cytokines are proteins that help to regulate the immune system and inflammatory response. The cytokines can cause inflammation process to go overboard. Combine this with a viral infection and this creates an increased risk for developing a nervous system infection or a neurodegenerative disease such as MS.

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