"The heart rate, respiratory rate, systolic blood pressure and rate pressure product were significantly decreased during Qi-training," according to a study conducted in 2000. Just one session of qi gong can cause a temporary drop in blood pressure.
Recent studies have concluded that qi gong, an ancient Chinese technique, may benefit the heart of the man's general health. Practicing qi gong lowers heart rate, blood pressure, metabolic rate and oxygen demand.
Doctors of a recent study of qi gong said: "The qi gong group demonstrated greater improvement in psychological measures to reduce systolic blood pressure," according to the May 2006 issue of the Journal of alternative medicine and complementary.
Qi gong is a 4,000-year-old technique that includes preventive and therapeutic health care, physical education and philosophy. There are nearly 5000 styles of Qi Gong cataloged by the Chinese government.
Medical Qi Gong consists of breathing exercises and meditation, which cultivates and deliberately controls the energy in the body, which, in turn, replaces the stress and anxiety with a positive image, increased confidence and strengthening the spirit.
Qi gong is often practiced with Tai ji [chi], a Chinese move to an accrual basis. The practice of qi gong and tai ji is an inexpensive way to improve the functional status in older people. It was reported that seniors who took the tai ji were less likely to fall - a major cause of serious injury for seniors.
Qi gong can give a person a feeling of serenity, improved circulation and balance the body with the energy of life.
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