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Effect of Tai Chi on Depression
There are five major styles of Tai Chi each named after the Chinese family who originated each particular style: Chen, Yang, Wu/Hao, Wu and Sun style.
These (and all other off-shoot) styles involve...
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Effect of Tai Chi on Osteoarthritis
During this Chinese martial art form, the individual focuses both on mindful and slow physical movements coupled with an emphasis on breath and mental awareness. This relaxation technique can help...
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Effect of Tai Chi on Menopause
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How Is Tai Chi Used Today?
Tai Chi is an extremely popular form of exercise among older Asians in China and other Asian countries. In the US, it is gaining widespread use as a method of improving balance and preventing falls among seniors. The slow movements of Tai Chi provide a gentle framework for enhancing physical control and improving balance.
Tai Chi is also advertised to improve overall health and enhance immunity, but this has not been evaluated scientifically to any significant extent.