This popular exercise wont solve your health problems after all
Posted Jul 08 2014 5:15am
Stretching and breathing your way through yoga poses is good for the body and spirit. I’ve tried it myself – getting into “corpse” pose at the end is like floating on cloud nine!
This ancient practice has taken off in North America in various forms, like gentle yoga for seniors, yoga bootcamp and even laughter yoga that taps into the healing power of laughter. Yoga is such a positive way to improve your physical and mental health.
But unfortunately, according to recent findings, this peaceful form of exercise is not much help to people with asthma.
A new study published in the June edition of Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, found the health benefits that many love about yoga are absent if you suffer from asthma.