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Be sure to correct these 10 common mistakes people make in yoga so that you can best reap the many health benefits of yoga.
A 5-minute pause to watch a finch courting his mate or listen to the soothing call of a lesser goldfinch might not save the world but it might just save you!
By noticing what you sense organically, you can expand your brain and focus your mind. Sensual thinking is being in step with timing, purpose, and love. It's a good choice!
Various types of movement therapy (yoga, tai chi, Feldenkrais), used alone or combined, help minimize pain and leave your body and mind feeling better.
Our thoughts have the ability to make us well or make us unwell. Science has shown that yoga, meditation, and mindfulness can assist in the healing process and that our minds can control our bodies. It is more important than ever to teach kids the skills they need to cope with emotions in a better way.
Two well-documented benefits of yoga are related to the physiological effects of deep breathing on the brain and enhanced flexibility of joints, tendons, and ligaments related to movement and stretching.
Until recently, there have been very few rigorous studies, published in reputable journals, that show that acupuncture is effective at treating pain, the primary clinical indication for its use. A well-designed study on pain related to the use of aromatase inhibitors in breast cancer may change that finding.
Research has shown that the Buddhist practice of mindfulness helps transform food from an escape into a pleasure.
The author of I've Decided to Live 120 Years shares his life-changing tips on how to feel content and fulfilled until the last moments of your life.
Research shows that a mind-body approach to chronic pain can result in a decrease in pain similar to what one might find with opioids.
Some studies are finding that prescribed marijuana, especially for pain issues, can help prevent an opioid addiction from developing in the first place.
Tianlong Du, an acupuncture and neurology specialist with almost 49 years of experience, explains the theory and techniques of cupping therapy.