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Other Yoga Health Benefits According To New Study; Here’s What We Need To Know [VIDEO]

Update Date: May 04, 2017 04:32 AM EDT
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Here's some new updates about yoga and it's new health benefits.
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Yoga is a physical and mental activity for discipline. This practice originated from the ancient Indian culture.

How The Exercise Helps Lessen Arthritis Risks

US News reported that individuals who practice yoga and are also suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are safe to do exercises regularly and it can lessen the risks of worsening the illness. A research by experts at Johns Hopkins University agreed on these conclusions.

The research, which examined if either yoga was innocuous and advantageous in people with osteoarthritis and other forms of arthritis, like rheumatoid, discovered that participants reported abundant improvements in physical and general well-being. The publication added that during the research, the participants attended two 60-minute classes of this exercise for 15 days and followed an additional hour every week at home.

Classes were directed by certified instructors, who had knowledge with this kind of physical activity. When the participants finished their classes the pain that they have been feeling was lessened.

Other Benefits Of The Exercise

There is a recent study that stated that this form of exercise is also beneficial to kids who suffered from childhood trauma. According to Chicago Tribune, a new report by the Center on Poverty and Inequality at Georgetown Law School explained that yoga programs can be individually efficient in helping kids who suffered from trauma to recover.

The study revealed that this exercise and mindfulness can develop better connections, improve consistency, and enhance self-esteem and overall well-being. The research revealed that traumatic occurrences have a more thorough impact on girls' mental health.

Eighty percent of the children are girls and they are showing more signs of trauma than boys. Experts believed that if they practice the exercise and other related mind healing activities, they have greater chances to recover from trauma earlier than expected. Stay tuned for more updates.

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