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Finding Balance #243

As we age our sense of balance changes. Observing older people changing from a sitting position to a standing position, you will notice that they move tentively, especially those with a sedentary lifestyle. Balance is very important to self-confidence and self-reliance regardless of age. Thus, practicing yoga has a wealth of benefits that improve your balance and improve your self-confidence.

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Thanks to: Connie Saunders - Rittman - USA. - rec.:May 15, 2002 - pub.:May 19, 2002 - sent.:Mar 22, 2013
Lowering Blood Pressure #147

If your blood pressure is rising try meditation. A recent study shows that meditation can be a helpful complement to treatment for people with stress-induced high blood pressure. The study shows that men who practiced meditation decreased their systolic blood pressure by about 12mm Hg, and women lowered their systolic pressure with meditation by about 10 mm Hg
For specifics as to how to meditate select WisdomTip.com tip # 8 under the category "meditation"

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Thanks to: Bob Harrison - Monroeville - USA. - rec.:May 8, 2002 - pub.:May 10, 2002 - sent.:Jan 13, 2012
Your heart #1582

Reach for tofu, the magnesium in this soy food prevents blood clots and high blood pressure.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jun 2, 2003 - pub.:Jun 2, 2003 - sent.:Mar 18, 2013
THE INCURABLE ILLNESS #3293

The perennial hypochondriac can be considered terminally ill of nothing.

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Thanks to: Walt Haskins - Lahaina, Hawaii - USA. - rec.:Feb 2, 2005 - pub.:Mar 11, 2005 - sent.:Aug 14, 2009
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