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Often lead to pain, to protect themselves and to move as little as possible. Affected by rheumatoid must be active. Physical activities have a positive effect on the nutrient supply to the joints. Exercise promotes joint function and delays the disease progression and has both analgesic. Since the delicate cartilage in the joints is not crossed by blood vessels, it gets all the vital nutrients from the synovial fluid. This fluid is produced in the synovium and the cartilage is flushed through with each movement. Thus, the nutrients go to all necessary places, and at the same degradation products are removed. The joint will remain “functional” and the disease process may be delayed. Movement also promotes blood circulation in the affected areas of the body, metabolism is increased, and pain-promoting substances are removed strengthened. Therefore, take exercise and sports programs and physical therapy in addition to treatment with medications is an important place in the treatment of rheumatic diseases one. Read the rest of this entry »
The average person takes 2.3 kilograms (5 pounds) or more during the holidays. This is why it is important to follow a structured exercise program as soon as possible during the holidays or after that period. The physiotherapist is able to prescribe a structured exercise program for people with excess weight.
We recommend everyone to exercise regularly. For, if there was a remedy that could cure everything – high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, obesity – this remedy is simply called “exercise”. Several studies have shown the great benefits to regular exercise: Read the rest of this entry »
For health, for aesthetic reasons, to stay young, to get rid of stress, keep fit, sleep better and even improve your sex life. We tell you the 10 points that will improve your life if you play sports.
Playing sports is important for everyone and is directly related to good health and a better quality of life. But if you’re a woman, it is especially important to do some type of physical activity beneficial to you – run all day, caring for children or doing housework does not count as a sport! – Read the rest of this entry »
Walking: It sounds like a good old days of the year and may not be as glamorous as joining the gym, but walking is probably one of the best ways to help you get in shape. Plus, it’s free and you can bring your baby with you. If you have just given birth, you probably want to wait for your doctor to give you the clear to start business again, usually between four to six weeks. Then you can gradually get into a good routine of walking. Start slowly and work your way. If you plan to bring baby along, make sure you have a good stroller and bring you all the necessary equipment such as diapers, wipes, and bottles. Most new mothers walking around with baby prefers not too far from home in case they need to make a rapid return to walking a few blocks around your neighborhood is perfect. You can also schedule the walk around your local mall when it is too hot or too cold for you to be outside with your baby. Many malls actually open a little early for mall walkers and shopping centers that meet even walking clubs. Read the rest of this entry »
We all dream of a silhouette tonic that could show off to the beach. How to do without overdoing it? By putting the focus on Pilates. This method works our flagship core muscles, the only truly able to give us a firm and shapely look
Far from the glitz and stress, celebs swear by Pilates . Sharon Stone in the lead, followed closely by Virginie Ledoyen, all display a silhouette of your dreams. At Miramar Crouesty, a spa known for its choice Breton avant-garde, Pilates occupies a prime position in a course called “Morpho more.” Why Pilates? “For in focusing on the so-called postural muscles, it provides a thin and toned body. Add the breath and attention to body alignment and you will gain speed and flexibility,” replied Yoann Cormier, sports educator the center, trained leadership Pilates. Not to mention that the aesthetic (as desired) plus a significant
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