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New evidence found that Tai Chi can reverse ageing.
Tai Chi is a traditional martial art that originates from ancient China and today is practiced by millions as a way to stay healthy and strong.
Previously proven to benefit patients with Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia also proven to reduce pain, improve balance, lowers blood pressure, increases quality of sleep and reduce stress. Now it has been proven that Tai Chi may prompt CD34+ cell production through the reduction of sympathetic nervous system (SNS) activity. With the CD 34+ cell
providing blood cells through hematopoiesis, which is regulated by a balance between self-renewal, differentiation, and proliferation.
So next time you are in the park, try to practice some basic Tai Chi movements and see if you feel different. For the beginners the key is to be grounded, breathe deep, long and calm, and be sure to find a comfortable, relaxed an balanced body posture.