Tai Chi How to Make Good Rational Decisions

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standard_whatsapp_image_2019-10-18_at_17.58.32.jpegMental and Physical wellbeing

I have been practising Tai Chi for over 12 years and it has brought many benefits both mentally and physically.

 

Tai Chi Qigong has Improved my flexibility

As well as improving flexibility;

 

Improved my Circulation

 

Improved my Circulation

 

Improved Breathing

it has taught me how to improve my breathing.

 

Slow down and Make better Decisions

slow down and make better decisions in life. 

 

React Rationally rather than Impulsively

More importantly it has taught me how to respond rationally to situations rather than react impulsively.

 

Tai Chi and Qigong Breathing Exercises counteract Stress.

I particularly enjoy the breathing exercises after a stressful day at work which aids winding down in the evening and better sleep.

 

Tai Chi aids restful Sleep

There is a lot of research that Tai Chi and Qigong can not only aid but improve a good night’s sleep.

 

Dr. Michael Irwin, the Norman Cousins Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and director of the UCLA Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology https://www.aarp.org/personal-growth/life-long-learning/info-10-2008/tai_chi_helps_sleep.html research on sleep.

 

A new study published in the current issue of Biological Psychiatry reports that treatment for insomnia, either by cognitive behavioural therapy or the movement meditation tai chi, reduces inflammation levels in older adults over 55 years of age.

Not bad for a 20 minute a day workout.

Nicky Rihal Hine Institute Advanced Class Croydon

 

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