Chronic Pain Management Yoga – How Yoga helps in pain

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Yoga can help people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraine, low back pain, Cervical spondylosis, Knee Pain, and many other types of chronic pain conditions. A weekly yoga class increased mobility more than standard medical care for the condition. yoga was comparable to standard exercise therapy in relieving chronic low back pain.

A meta-analysis of 17 studies that included more than 1,600 participants concluded that yoga can improve daily function among people with fibromyalgia osteoporosis-related curvature of the spine. Practicing yoga also improved mood and psychosocial well-being.

This course covers chronic pain and how to relieve the same from yoga. the lecture is having both Hindi and English language video and all these classes are conducted by expert yoga instructors having more than 20+ years of overall experience in therapetic yoga, Yoga science, and the management of pain.

I hope this course will help you to understand your body requirements and gives you a basic idea of how to resolve your chronic pain condition and improve your overall mobility.

Sciatica pain refers to pain that originates from the lower back and travels through the buttock and down the leg. It is caused by the compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve.

Sciatica can cause varying degrees of pain ranging from mild to severe. The pain usually affects only one side of the body and may present as a mild and nagging pain or an unbearable shooting pain. The sensations could include throbbing pain, heat, soreness, tingling and even electric shock. These symptoms can make standing or walking difficult.

If you’re dealing with back pain, yoga may be just what the doctor ordered. Yoga is a mind-body therapy that’s often recommended to treat not only back pain but the stress that accompanies it. The appropriate poses can relax and strengthen your body.

Practicing yoga for even a few minutes a day can help you gain more awareness of your body. This will help you notice where you’re holding tension and where you have imbalances. You can use this awareness to bring yourself into balance and alignment.

Who this course is for:

  • Yoga for Pain Management
  • Chronic Pain and how to resolve that
  • Also cover Cervical spondylosis
  • Get Experts Yoga Instructor advice on pain control

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