- July 1st, 2014
All-over aches and pains could be the result of a subconscious culprit: posture. Most times we aren’t aware of the muscles at work, but postural muscles—including those in the hamstrings and back—are critically important to reducing ligament stress, increasing muscle efficiency, preventing strains and pains, and correcting and maintaining alignment and balance.
- May 1st, 2014
Text neck: The act of people hunching over their mobile gadgets, which leads to neck strain, headaches, and pain in the shoulders and even hands and arms. This pain can last a lifetime if habits don’t change. Source: NBC News
Fixing text neck
- November 1st, 2013
Back pain has a host of causes. It could be anything from bad posture to obesity, lack of strength and conditioning, and stress. Getting stronger is a great way to alleviate it!
- August 1st, 2012
Many working adults spend upwards of six to eight hours each day sitting behind a desk. Although you may feel fine physically, your desk job may be negatively affecting your health in several ways. Dr.Don't let pain become a regular part of your work day.
The practice of yoga is beneficial in so many ways. From reducing stress, increasing strength and flexibility, and developing mind/body discipline to creating more peace in the world—there really are no negative aspects to studying yoga. In fact, yoga has been used through the centuries to harness sexual energy.