According to research, Chinese exercises, mainly, Tai Chi or Qigong and seem to lift the health and well-being of people with cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or stroke.
Tai Chi is suggested by Harvard Medical Center’s Women’s Health Watch for everyone, of any age, including those in a wheelchair. Tai Chi advantages include serving people to uphold strength, flexibility and balance.
Curtailing from ancient Chinese martial arts, Tai Chi pools mild physical activity with rudiments of meditation, body awareness, imagery and devotion to breathing.
“Qi,” pronounced “chi,” denotes an energy force that flows through the body. Tai Chi and Qigong aim to release and encourage the flow of qi.
On the other hand, participants do not need to pledge to its opinions; just go with the flow.
Co-author Yu Liu, PhD, dean of the School of Kinesiology at Shanghai University of Sport in China, says:
Traditional Chinese exercises are a low-risk, promising intervention that could be helpful in improving quality of life in patients with cardiovascular diseases, the leading cause of disability and death in the world.
The writers show faith to make randomized skilful hearings into the effects of different types of traditional Chinese exercises on chronic conditions.