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Yoga for pain in the back
Yoga for pain in his back.
People with chronic pain in lower back exercises to practice yoga have a better quality of life and better overall health of the people who help in this situation by seeking only a physician
People with chronic pain in lower back exercises to practice yoga have a better quality of life and better overall health of the people who help in this situation by seeking only a physician. Experts
York University reached this conclusion came after analysis of 313 health status of people who have previously sought medical help for chronic pain or recurring lower back, reports Reuters.
random selection of 156 participants in the survey was mailed to the yoga classes, while the 157 and used only on medical advice.
After three months, those patients who went to yoga, they were able to carry 30 percent more activity than patients from other groups.
biggest advantage, according to the findings of the British team, was greater confidence that the students of yoga classes have the ability to independently perform a variety of daily activities - to walk faster, to dress without help or stay longer standing.
As far as pain, yoga classes students reported their slightly weaker intensity, of marginal statistical significance, than those who used medical services only.
British findings are consistent with some previous yoga and stretching to help more people who have back pain, but the Council adherence to self-help books.
The Yoga good for health, and many other shows this years study. Thus, one has shown that yoga reduces stress levels and improves quality of life of patients with breast cancer, a second that this exercise for the lower half of the episodes of irregular heart rate among heart patients.
in Britain, or even 80 percent of people at some time in their lives suffer from back pain and effective treatments against this problem are scarce.
research leader, David Torgerson, notes that the widely applied regular exercise have only a small impact on mitigating the effects of back pain.