Strike exercise on stress and obesity?
Bender: “Strike rally
off-road and sloppiness”
I. Ilf, E. Petrov,
“The Golden calf”, part 1, Chapter VI
If cage the elephant read the inscription
“Buffalo,” don’t believe your eyes.
As one of the epigraphs to this Chapter, the author has chosen to call famous literary character, which became a classic. Note that this character wanted one blow (the rally) to end immediately with two evils (road system and sloppiness). And we with you, dear reader, try one blow (physical activity) to end with two troubles: the impact of stress on the body and obesity (completeness).
The reader may recall that in previous chapters we have tried to overcome obesity by increasing physical activity and found that such attempts are usually unsuccessful.
However, even at the highest scientific level, one can often read Continue reading
Three yoga sessions a week is sufficient for the prevention of depression. But the same workouts on the treadmill this effect will not have. To such conclusion scientists from the School of medicine at Boston University. Project participants “Snob” discuss whether it was true that yoga is better than other types of fitness helps to fight stress
The idea is to scientifically prove the physiological miracle of yoga
— something like searching for a personal Holy Grail for Professor Christopher Streeter, who led the research team from Boston. In 2007, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine appeared her first job, in which Streeter suggested that asanas stimulate the production of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the body. This amino acid inhibits nerve impulses, improves blood circulation — in a word, is a natural sedative. Nootropic drugs (for example, aminalon, gammalon) prescribed Continue reading
People who continue to perform moderate and intense physical activity, can reduce the likelihood of small brain lesions. called a “silent” stroke, finds a new study.
Silent (subclinical) stroke is usually not detected as incurred, as are extensive signs of strokes in the form of severe headaches, dizziness, impaired speech and paralysis.
They occur thrombosis or rupture of small blood vessels, as and when clinically evident strokes, which can cause long term problems such as memory loss.
Regular exercise has shown to be effective in the prevention of broad strokes, but their influence on the silent stroke has not been studied.
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