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The Many Benefits That Come From Engaging in a Regular Qigong Healing Practice

Qigong healing routines are extremely important for the maintenance of health in China and these meditative, or mindful, movements are becoming more popular within the United States. Medical professionals are more likely to advise integrating the use of these exercise methods with Western medical advice to help individuals recuperate from infirmities.

It has been documented that there are over 10,000 forms of qigong, including those exercises used in martial arts, however the vast majority of people do these relaxing qigong practices for benefiting health and increasing personal energy. You find many people doing these qigong health exercises early in the morning because the practice helps set a positive pace for an upcoming day’s work and it boosts your energy levels to help you through your day.

There are many personal stories about the success of qigong practice, especially in regards as to its benefits for health and ability to help overcome many disorders. A good many of the reports have come from China, where people have suffered and recovered from weak vision, back pains, general malaise, various types of cancer, and several other maladies after commencing a daily exercise routine of qigong. There are many videos of practitioners from different countries who report that these exercises have helped them overcome high blood pressure, diabetes, coronary conditions, and pulmonary disorders. Scientific studies have also exhibited that qigong healing routines also can help improve peoples’ resistance to disease.

Since Qigong routines emphasize the use of gentleness in the movements as well as in the breath practices, they can be easily changed for use with those who have a variety of conditions, including people who are bed-ridden or are unable to walk. The qigong breathing meditations, which can be done by anyone, are the first step in the rehabilitation of breathing ability, and they benefit the circulatory systems for lymph and blood flow. Improved circulatory system function assists in toxin removal out of the body.

If you have a health disorder or just are experiencing a indefinable energy deficit, you should certainly explore the feasibility of carrying out a easy qigong routine to assist you to get better. Practice routines which take no more than fifteen min. out of your morning can result in enormous benefits for your health. Practice daily for a couple of weeks to figure out the benefits for yourself. Find a teacher to help familiarize yourself with a simple practice. Many have tried it and have reaped the benefits and now live more healthy, energetic lives!

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  1. July 9, 2010 at 7:08 am

    This is a great method of healing , I spent about 2 years in China practicing Tai Chi and am impressed by the results on my health improvement. There was a dramatic increase in my health.
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  2. July 11, 2010 at 3:53 am

    This is great that it can be used by anyone with any type of illness even people who are stuck in bed.

  3. July 12, 2010 at 7:45 pm

    Great article thanks for the post very interesting

  4. July 13, 2010 at 6:42 am

    I am a physical therapist and have blogged about exercises to do at your desk to treat or prevent repetitive strain type injuries. I have talked to my patients about breathing exercises and relaxation while stretching. With this in mind, I think that there might be a place for Qigong exercises in the work place that can be performed during break-time or other down time. Do you know of any practice developed specifically for office workers?

    • July 14, 2010 at 4:33 am

      Bryan, there are several things that you can do to integrate qigong into a break routine for office workers. I will cover those in a later post. There are breathing meditations for helping to reduce stress and exercises for helping prevent carpel tunnel syndrome. It also helps to get up out of the chair and do some exercises as well. Bookmark the site and look for a future post.

  5. July 14, 2010 at 3:39 am

    I am interested in this area for 2 reasons. I think it is something visitors to my site will want to know more about as a complementary or alternative medicine option. And, I want to learn more personally as it seems like a great way to start the day. Thanks for the great information.

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