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Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Benefits of Yoga for People with MS

Experts say yoga can reduce the chronic pain associated with multiple sclerosis, as well as improve balance and relieve depression.

The ancient practice of yoga has long been touted as a wellness modality.
Yoga loosely translates to “union,” or the yoke connecting one to God, and can be traced back 5,000 years to the Indus-Sarasvati region in Northern India.

For centuries yoga was practiced as medicine and as a spiritual path.  
Modern medicine is catching up.
On more than one occasion yoga has been clinically proven to provide healthy results. An increasing amount of clinical studies focus on yoga as it specifically benefits those with multiple sclerosis (MS).  

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