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Soothe Parkinson's disease with nutritional therapy, tai chi and dancing the tango

10/6/2012 - Individuals with Parkinson's disease are tossing their drugs and finding relief with alternative medicine instead. From tai chi to tango lessons; Mucuna pruriens herb to nutritional therapy, many are discovering new ways to manage the disease safely and effectively. Since the use of pharmaceutical drugs...

Tai chi benefits people with chronic health problems like Parkinsons, arthritis and fibromyalgia

2/15/2012 - Recent studies conducted by Fushong Li of the Oregon Research Institute in Eugene, Oregon have determined that the ancient Chinese practice of tai chi can a positive impact on those afflicted with Parkinson's disease (PD). Parkinson's disease is a degenerative neurological condition that usually...

Tai Chi improves a variety of medical conditions

7/9/2011 - We see them in parks slowly and softly moving their limbs in seemingly random ways. We may pass them without thought, but do these Tai Chi practitioners have anything to teach us? As it turns out, Tai Chi is an extremely beneficial practice that grants all kinds of health benefits. The slow flowing...

Tai Chi is good for your heart

5/4/2011 - The benefits of exercise are usually thought of as coming from hard workouts -- no pain, no gain. While the benefits of hard aerobic exercise are real, there is surprising news from the April issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, associated with the Journal of the American Medical Association. According...

Tai chi enhances treatment for depression in the elderly

4/9/2011 - Tai chi has existed for centuries and its numerous benefits to well-being have been recognized for just as long. Research continues to uncover the role of tai chi in addressing modern disorders. A study recently published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry found that weekly tai chi exercises...

Tai Chi really works to alleviate fibromyalgia

11/27/2010 - The gentle Chinese martial art of Tai Chi is more effective at relieving the symptoms of fibromyalgia than simple stretching could account for, according to a study conducted by researchers from Tufts University and published in the New England Journal of Medicine. "Aside from reductions in pain,...

Tai Chi relieves pain and improves overall health

11/10/2010 - Practicing Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese martial art, can help make you feel better and improve your overall health, according to a new study out of the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill. Participants in the study experienced reduced pain and stiffness symptoms, as well as increased energy...

Tai Chi Helps People with Arthritis of the Knee

3/8/2010 - Tai Chi can reduce pain and improve function in people who suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee, according to a study conducted by researchers from Tufts University and published in the journal Arthritis Care and Research. Tai Chi is a traditional form of Chinese exercise that involves slow, rhythmic...

Tai Chi Provides Natural Treatment for Stroke Damage

3/28/2009 - For at least 600 years, the Chinese practice of tai chi has been used as a form of martial arts exercise that integrates body, mind and spirit. According to the philosophy behind the practice, the slow, fluid postures of tai chi focus concentration while gently working muscles. The result, tai chi practitioners...

Ancient Art of Tai Chi Provides Multiple Health Benefits

7/24/2008 - Tai chi ranks among the best forms of exercise for maintaining all-around health and wellness. The benefits that it offers go beyond physical fitness, also bringing mental and spiritual gains to those who practice this internal martial art. Perhaps the best way to describe tai chi is to say that...

Tai Chi and hydrotherapy shown to significantly help arthritis sufferers

6/18/2007 - Both Tai Chi and water-based exercise can help alleviate pain and stiffness of chronic osteoarthritis, according to a study by researchers in Australia. Researchers from the George Institute for International Health at the University of Sydney published their results in the current issue of the journal...

Study: Tai Chi is effective symptomatic treatment for peripheral neuropathy

1/26/2007 - The next time you’re out walking your dog, or taking a leisurely stroll by your neighborhood park, you may look up and see a group of people moving with arms and legs outstretched, like large, slow, praying manti. These people are not practicing their new slow dance craze routines, they are practicing...

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