8 Simple Movements of Qigong for Beginners by Jake Mace



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Experimental evidence suggests the following healing effects of qigong exercises and meditations.

Cardiovascular
lower resting heart rate; normalized EKG, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels

Respiratory
slower respiratory rate, improves gaseous exchange, significant benefits for asthma & bronchitis

Immune System
better targeting of antigens, significant anti-cancer effect

Circulation
improves microcirculation, prevents vascular spasms, very helpful for angina, migraine, and Reynaud's Syndrome (cold hands & feet)

Brain
improves cerebral blood flow, less incidence of stroke; reduction in frequency and intensity of seizure disorders; slow, high amplitude brainwaves suggest relaxed and integrated state of consciousness

Musculoskeletal
improves posture, balance, strength, stamina, flexibility

Chronic Pain
significant pain reduction from all causes, including injury, surgery, arthritis, fibromyalgia

Mental Health
decreases: stress response, Type A, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, depression. Improves memory and interpersonal sensitivity

Longevity
improves: blood pressure, vital capacity, cholesterol and hormone levels, kidney function, mental acuity, vision and hearing, skin elasticity, bone density, immune function, digestion, balance, flexibility, strength, libido. Destroys free radicals (major cause of tissue degeneration) by stimulating activity of superoxide dismutase.

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