Yoga mats

A Yoga mat is an essential accessory for Yoga practice, whether it is a standard non- slip mat, ultra sticky or even an Indian Yoga rug mat. This is because it is essential to have a good surface that supports posture and is safe to work on. By far the most popular style is the sticky-mat. It is so called because it grips the floor and does not slide. Yoga mats are useful accessories, but not absolutely essential.

Back Pain Relief

Back pain if we try to classify then the acute back pain normally occurs suddenly and may last for around three months while a chronic back pain might continue for the life time. The most common of the all is the lower back pain. It is classified as sudden, sharp, persistent and dull pain below the waist. Also known as LBP it is very common that affects almost everybody as some point in their lives. As per the statistics available 70% to 85% of all people suffer from lower back…

Upper Back Pain

Upper back pain isn’t a very common spinal disorder; it can cause significant discomfort and pain when it does occur. The most common causes of upper back pain are joint dysfunction and muscular irritation (myofascial pain). There can be an injury to a disc in the upper back (such as a herniated disc or degenerated disc) that causes upper back pain, but such injuries are very rare. It is important to note that the thoracic spine (also called upper back, middle back, or mid-back) is extremely different in form and…

5 reasons why some people may not be happy

There are people who simply do not accept happiness We all know someone who looks like a grumpy cat. They are hard to please and it is almost as if they were at war with the world around them. What trait or behavior that makes people unhappy? Here is a list of things that will help you understand why it seems so hard to make them smile. # 5 underestimate things These people are extremely critical about almost everything. Do not try to see the beauty in things. Undervalue people,…

Tips for treat the flu

Consultant – Therapist Influenza is part of a group of acute respiratory viral infections, which generally consists of more than 200 different viruses. It can cause serious complications: lesions of the brain membranes, viral pneumonia, and kidney damage. Complications from the flu can lead to death – that’s why it is important to be able to distinguish it from other respiratory diseases.