Tag: qigong

    Qigong May Help during Epidemic Crisis

    November 21, 2017
    Mind-Body

    Researchers studied the effects of Qigong practice among chronically sick patients during the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in …Read the Rest

    The Effects of Medical Qigong on Quality of Life in Cancer Patients

    September 22, 2017
    Meditation

    In cancer patients, quality of life (QOL) of is often reduced because of the side effects of anticancer treatments. Medical …Read the Rest

    Qigong Practice and Blood Biochemical Parameters

    September 13, 2017
    Meditation

    Researchers in Spain studied the effects of Qigong practice on blood biochemical variables (Vera et al., 2007). A total of …Read the Rest

    The Effects of Qigong Practice on Saliva

    September 3, 2017
    Meditation

    Can Qigong have physical effects? Researchers analyzed the effects of Qigong practice on saliva (Bayat-Movahed et al., 2008). They measured …Read the Rest

    Finding the Best Practice Duration for Qigong

    September 1, 2017
    Meditation

    Qigong exercise has been found to have many psychological and physical benefits. However, it is not known how long it …Read the Rest

    Qigong Exercise with Intrinsic Motivation has Better Effects

    August 30, 2017
    Meditation

    Qigong exercise has been found as a useful intervention for improving both mental and physical health. Researchers in Sweden examined …Read the Rest

    The Effects of Qigong on Stress Management in Computer Workers

    August 25, 2017
    Meditation

    Qigong training has been found to relieve psychosomatic and physical problems by adjusting the sympathetic nervous system. Computer operators often …Read the Rest

    Tai Chi and Qigong Training May Help Improve Balance

    August 24, 2017
    Meditation

    Tai Chi, a combination of Qigong meditation and exercise, has been found helpful for improving functional balance among older people. …Read the Rest

    Qigong can Help Reduce Stress among Hospital Staff

    August 22, 2017
    Meditation

    People working at hospitals are often under stress. Researchers at University of Colorado studied the effects of Qigong training on …Read the Rest

    The Benefits of Qigong for Middle-Aged Women

    August 21, 2017
    Meditation

    Muscle/Tendon Change Classic (MTCC) Qigong is an exercise featured with slow movements involving many body parts but not very complicated …Read the Rest

    Tai Chi and Qigong for Metabolic Syndrome

    August 18, 2017
    Meditation

    Researchers in Australia evaluated the effects of Tai Chi and Qigong exercise on metabolic syndrome and glycemic levels among patients …Read the Rest

    Tai Chi Qigong Practice and the Immune Responses in Older Adults

    August 17, 2017
    Meditation

    Tai Chi Qigong practice has been found to be beneficial to health and may promote the immune functions. Researchers at …Read the Rest

    Health Benefits of Qigong for Chronic Diseases

    August 16, 2017
    Meditation

    Researchers studied the clinical benefits and the possible psychophysiological mechanisms of Qigong through meta-analysis of the available randomized controlled trials …Read the Rest

    Qigong Practice May Change the EEG Patterns

    August 15, 2017
    Meditation

    Researchers in China studied the EEG pattern of a Qigong practitioner with 50 years of experiences in Qigong practice (Qin …Read the Rest

    Prevention of Migraines and Headaches in Chinese Medicine

    October 13, 2016
    Acupuncture

    According to Chinese Medicine, migraines and headaches can be caused by these internal and external factors: * Exogenous pathogenic factors …Read the Rest

    Stress Screening and Mind-Body Medicine for Chronic Diseases

    October 31, 2014
    Mind-Body

    Although many chronic and severe diseases such as cancer are apparently physical, they can also lead to psychological distress and …Read the Rest

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