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by Namita Piparaiya
Breathing exercises are a very effective way to keep the lungs healthy and improve our breathing capacity. While regularly practicing deep breathing is great for our overall physical and mental health, it has become especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic. The novel coronavirus primarily... Read more
by Leah Sugerman, E-RYT 500, YACEP
The term “load” is used to describe physical stresses that act on the body (either internally or externally). As we add more load, our bodies increase their capacity to withstand more load. When you lift weights at the gym, for example, your body builds a tolerance to the lighter weights,... Read more
Do you spend your day hunched over a laptop or with your head bent at an unnatural angle while texting or checking email or Facebook updates on your smartphone? If so, pause for a second, sit up straight, and take notice: you may be setting yourself up for chronic neck pain and even spine damage.... Read more
by Ram Rao Ph.D.
Urinary incontinence (UI) is a loss of bladder control and is most commonly seen in aged people. While it is a problem in both genders, women experience urinary incontinence twice as often as men. Leakages happen when women exercise, laugh hard, cough, sneeze, or when they are pregnant. ... Read more