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Sept Qigong Practices for Hypertension

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Updated: Monday, Apr 27,2009, 11:45:22 AM
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We all know that a healthy lifestyle can not exist without adequate exercise. Qigong is one of the best types of exercises because it can provide both sweet and a good workout. 
Equally important, there was a growing number of studies on qigong (aka tcmwell.com

We all know that a healthy lifestyle can not exist without adequate exercise. Qigong is one of the best types of exercises because it can provide both sweet and a good workout. Equally important, there was a growing number of studies on qigong (aka ...



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We all know that a healthy lifestyle can not exist without adequate exercise. Qigong is one of the best types of exercises because it can provide both sweet and a good workout.
Equally important, there was a growing number of studies on qigong (aka chi kung) and its benefit in the treatment and prevention of hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases.

There are literally thousands of qigong exercises you can practice, ranging from short and simple exercises that take only minutes to do, to some very complicated forms that May take up to an hour or furnishing services cleaning to be done. Some are light and gentle exercises that are appropriate for the weak ad elderly, or for persons with disabilities, while other qigong exercises are more rigorous and demanding in the workout.

Here is a simple qigong exercise specially designed to treat or prevent hypertension: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, toes pointing forward, knees slightly bent.Bend your torso so that your arms hang freely over your knees, head hanging down around waist level or lower.

Start swinging your arms loosely back and forth side to side, letting the momentum flow freely by keeping the arms totally relaxed and loose.

Continue swinging for several minutes. Then, to conclude your exercise, strike the back of your knees firmly three to five times with your fists, before rising from your bent torso position.

This exercise is easy to do and only takes a few minutes of your time. If you suffer from high blood pressure, practice this qigong exercise whenever you can, at least three to six times per day. With regular practice, you will be able to reduce your blood pressure to normal levels.

This is one of five exercises designed to loosen joints and muscles. These exercises are the basis for tai chi and other forms of carpet cleaning. You can find more of these qigong exercises, including breathing yoga, tai chi and meditation on my website - all excellent to help treat your high blood pressure.

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