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Yoga for Illness and Wellness
Only your doctor can give you advice on your medical condition, but yoga has been known
to benefit a large number of ailments, both minor and major. These sites are meant as information only
- check them out, take the suggestions to your health care provider, and see how yoga can enhance your
health and sense of well-being.
||Can Yoga Banish the Blues?|
Nearly any form of exercise can help relieve a blue mood, but Yoga's mind-body-spirit connection has
some extra added benefits for people who have temporarily lost their perspective on life.
||Yoga's Rx for RSI|
Are you concerned about repetitive strain injuries? Do you already have one, such as Carpal Tunnel
Syndrome? Yoga's wisdom can offer help and relief.
||Baby Get Back! Part One|
The back especially benefits from practicing Yoga. This two-part series from your Yoga Guide focuses
on postures for the back and spine - Part One is for those with weaker backs.
||PMS Yoga - for Her, and for Him|
PMS can cause havoc for many women, not to mention the men in their lives. Yoga has the solution for
them both. This lighthearted article explains how.
||Yoga for Insomnia|
This excellent article from YogaSite not only explains how Yoga can aid the sleep-deprived, but also
offers non-Yoga suggestions on getting enough rest.
This section of Yogamedicine.com offers suggestions, exercises and Asanas for over 40 different
ailments, from arthritis to varicose veins.
||How Yoga Controls Hypertension|
There is a correlation between stress and hypertension. This page offers some great yoga movement and
breathing exercises to alleviate stress.
Nowadays coronary heart disease is often treated by a total lifestyle change which includes diet,
stress reduction and a fitness program. Yoga fits in very well with this approach and this article is
about one Yoga Institute's studies.
Dr. Dean Ornish offers these simple yoga tutorials via either RealPlayer or Windows Media for those
who feel stressed-out or disconnected.
Yoga helps prevent stiff joints and promotes muscle tone and flexibility - all of which can be helpful
to those who suffer from arthritis. The American Yoga Association offers some easy yoga exercises here.
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