Modest Intensity Exercise And Games for Older People

It is seen that at least five to six hours a week of modest intensity exercise gives significant health benefits for older people who are over the age of 60 years. It is said by a group of experts found in a recent research. Some of the exercises like easy walking, slow moving and dancing, leisurely sports that are comfortable to do for them, like household chores and other modest intensity exercises may be nearly as good and effective as moderate as well as vigorous exercises for the purpose of…






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How to Reach Your Goal Practicing Yoga

The origin of yoga had been long rooted in Indian tradition. It has been practiced from pre-Vedic age. Yoga is not just an exercise; it is something more than our thinking. Innovative goals of yoga are to prepare our body and mind that we can aware of our own nature. Yoga practitioners devote him or she into the yoga poses to reach the unconscious state of mind. Our unconscious state which we unable to read. Yoga helps to reveal the unconscious state of our mind. Practicing yoga poses or asanas…






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3 Ways of Practicing Yoga for Mind and Body Connection

Want to start your morning in a different way? Why not? Begin your day with yoga. Yoga is good for health and it offers more oxygen to your mind. It will rejuvenate your energy and you will feel better and more enthusiastic than before. Yoga for Mind and Body Connection to  stay healthy and happy life. Lots of people around us suffer from various diseases which we are aware of. Do you know that daily yoga practice cure many diseases? But the big question is to find time to practice…






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Top 5 Causes of Dehydration

Dehydration is a situation which happens for the loss of fluids in human body, mainly water, and overreached the quantity that is taken inside the body. In the time of dehydration when excessive amount of water going out of the cells of the body to what we generally take in by drinking water or liquids. Generally we lose water regularly in different forms, like exhale, sweat, urine and also by stool, the form of water we also lose a small amount of salts from our body. After losing too much…






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What Should You Know about 5 Causes of Diabetes Mellitus?

Diabetes mellitus commonly known as diabetes which comes under the group of metabolic diseases by which the levels of blood sugar grows high and continues for a long period of time. Diabetes generally caused either for pancreas which fails to produce insulin or produce insulin inadequately instead of the requirement or the body cells do not respond correctly when it produce insulin. There are three types of diabetes seen among the people are – Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and Gestational diabetes. When diabetes happens the level of sugar…






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25 Amazing Health Benefits of Drinking Organic White Tea

North America has started using white tea long back. It has immense benefits on health. They found several health benefits of white tea. But primarily the health benefits of white tea were only known in Asia. In western countries white tea has a great marketing value. It is also popular in North America. White tea is used in a large scale for making instant and easy drink items and also used to prepare cosmetic products. In china, white tea was first used as medicine. White tea is very effective for…






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How To Practice Reverse Warrior Pose (Viparita Virabhadrasana)

Reverse Warrior Pose – An Introduction: In Sanskrit, Reserve Warrior Pose is called Viparita Virabhadrasana. It is a standing yoga pose that stretches your waist and vitalize your whole body. Reverse Warrior Pose or Reverse Warrior Yoga is generally practiced in Vinyasa yoga classes, often as a part of “Dancing Warrior” series which generally moves from Warrior I to Warrior II Yoga Pose and after that it goes directly to the Reserve Warrior Pose. Due to that reason “Reserve Warrior Yoga often called “Dancing Warrior Yoga Pose”. The name of this…






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The Techniques and Health Benefits of Locust Pose Yoga

Locust Pose

Locust pose is one of the most popular yoga pose in the entire yoga style. This pose is also known as Salabhasana or Shalabhasana or Grasshopper Pose. It is known as Grasshopper Pose, because the name of this yoga comes from the Sanskrit words “Shalabh” means “Grasshopper”. This is a very popular back-bend or spine-stretching pose, especially using to get strength of the upper back, middle back and to lift the weight of both the legs as much as high from the beginning position from the ground. Discover The Benefits…






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All time best Running Tips For Beginners

Running is one of the simple workouts at all times. You do not require going to a gym, you need not to be worried about your exercise in your busy schedule or you need not hire a trainer. If you are busy in your daily life, just manage 20-25 minutes for your running workout. It is a fun and good for your entire health. Pick a pair of sports shoes which is comfortable for you, a bottle of water and go for it. You can also carry a music player…






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Want to Practice Cow Face Pose ?

This Yoga helps you to release tension from shoulders and opens the chest to facilitate for deep breathing. In Sanskrit, Cow Face Posture is also known as “Gomukhasana”. You should perform staff pose, bend your left leg, bring it heel under the right thigh and close to right hip. Now you need to bend your right leg over the left knee and let your right heel come close to left hip, where you right need to be positioned above the left knee. Now place your palms on the feet. Now…






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Easy Pose eliminates anxiety

Sukhasana – Easy Pose – Pleasant Pose or sometimes it is called Descent Yoga Pose is one of the most popular yoga pose in the entire yoga styles. This is very easy yoga and simple cross legged position. Many yoga schools do not consider this style, is effective for the purpose of a long time meditation practice, though in the 20th century Guru Ramana Maharshi (guru of Jnana Yoga) considered, it is very effective pose for Enlightenment.  Step to Practice: Start this pose sitting with the sit bones on the…






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Health and Fitness – Forearm Stand Yoga

Forearm Stand Pose is a popular asana or yoga posture in the entire yoga style. It is quite tough pose for the beginners. This pose is for advanced level learners. But if you are just a beginner, you can also try this pose.  You should take help with your yoga teacher. At the very first time you can feel quite difficult to do this pose but regular practice can make everything possible. Start doing this pose.  At first concentrate on your hands and knees, from your hands and knees, lower…






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Power workouts build strong muscles and give you mental edge

“Power is one of the important traits that helps us to jump high, run fast and helps to grow the jerk muscle fibers and the nervous systems”. The power produces all those passionate moves that an athlete knows very well. The benefits of power workouts are many. It hard your abdominal muscles, contract your waist, helps to enhance your posture, and good for gaining more self-confidence. Your choice can be different you can do exercise on the treadmill, lift heavy weight or like to practice yoga on a regular basis,…






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Lunge Pose – Low Lunge and High Lunge Yoga

Lunge Pose is very popular pose in the entire yoga style. In Sanskrit, Lunge Pose is known as “Anjaneyasana”. Many times Yoga includes number of lunge related postures or asanas, but the name of these poses vary in different yoga schools. For instance, in Sanskrit Anjaneyasana (Anjaneya’s pose), Utthita Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Extended Equestrian Pose) etc. it is fully depends on the lineage and the circumstances. Sometimes postures of these asanas also modify according to the necessity of the practitioner. As example, the back knee can be up or down; the…






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How to Practice King Dancer Yoga

In Sanskrit, King Dancer Yoga is called “Natarajasana”. The name comes from the word – Raja meaning “King” ,  Nata meaning “Dancer” and Asana meaning “Posture. It is to be known that the name “Nataraja” is one of the pose given by Lord Shiva. How to do this pose: Doing this pose you need to stand in Mountain Pose. Now you should bend your right leg at the back and hold on to the inside of your foot at the back of yours with your right hand. Now inhale properly…






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