Breathing exercises in yoga
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What are the breathing exercises in yoga?
Yogic breathing is deep controlled breathing, also called pranayama. In Sanskrit (ancient Indian language) “prana” means “energy” and “the pit” – “distribution of energy”
When we breathe we take in the oxygen needed for body functions. When we
exhale, we produce carbon dioxide, which is not needed by the body. Most of us make quick, shallow breaths, the use of which is less than that of deep breathing.
Pranayama is a technique which promotes proper breathing, which maintains the balance between inhaled useful oxygen and used carbon dioxide. Such exercises will help you take care of your health and the health of the child.
Morning exercise and exercise for her
Gymnastics in the morning is very useful. It helps get rid of excess weight, tone muscles and extend our lives. However, we must remember that the exercises and training — are completely different things.
Essentially morning physical exercises — it’s an easy warm-up before working weekdays, which improves the flow of oxygen to the tissues, brain, internal organs and muscles, and helps to prepare for daily activity circulatory system.
During sleep, the body significantly decreased blood circulation, the lungs are narrowed, the nervous system is retarded, so load themselves seriously in strength training or running is not recommended, because the body is not yet ready for serious loads.
But after warming up, you can safely go to work Continue reading
Occupational disease office workers
“Occupational diseases office workers” – such a term is not so long ago appeared in our medicine. Due to the fact that the number of office workers has increased dramatically the last two decades, doctors have been data about how office work affects our health.
According to statistics, up to 35% of white collar workers complain of the same malaise. Basically, it’s vision problems, headaches, spinal deformities, disorders of the digestive system, diseases of veins and chronic fatigue syndrome. All this is well explained by a sedentary,
stationary lifestyle (at least a third of the day we spend it sitting); a closed, poorly ventilated space; artificial lighting; constant work with the computer; poor nutrition and cold food etc. Add to this dusty cluttered Desk, long ago broken chair without armrest, permanent effect of the presence of colleagues to chat, and will be amazing how we all live and got off so easy, think of it just a nervous TIC.
What can be done
First, properly organize their workplace, working Continue reading