Posted on Mar 10, 2009 | Comments 0
Tai-chi exercise, a low-impact and traditional mind-body workout alleviates tension category headaches.
The main aim of tai chi is to rebalance your body’s own healing ability.
Approximately 78% of all headaches are tension category headaches. They occur in a single episode or continually.
Most often the “tension category headache” is triggered by anxiety, anger, temporary stress or fatigue.
The main symptoms of tension headaches include pain, pressure sensations, soreness, contracted neck and head muscles and tightening sensation around your head.
All these symptoms are mutual and will not be irritated by doing any physical activity.
Usually the care for tension headaches include: massage, relaxation routines, biofeedback, stress reduction and over-the-counter medications.
Tai chi is a traditional exercise that mainly supports to enhance your health by changing the mental focus, relaxation, coordination and breathing.
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