Exercising Tai Chi 10 minutes per daily can improve strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination. Tai chi may help to improve heart function and decrease blood pressure.
One of the most well known benefits of Tai Chi exercises is stress
Due to the slow movement of Tai Chi, the mind of the Tai Chi practitioner is relaxed. This reduces stress, very effective for stressful office worker.
When you exercise Tai Chi with controlled and calm movements, your mood, emotional states, and your physical states improves at the same time.
Sitting whole at your office makes your body stiff and muscles are getting less versatile. Practicing tai chi also helps is a great way to get out of the daily stressful job routines, where our bodies move only in limited ways.
As you age your body loses the flexibility, elasticity fades, joint mobility decreases. Because balance is compromised as well, the likelihood of falling increases with age. In fact, falls are the leading cause of injuries in older adults.
Because tai chi often involves shifting weight from one leg to the other, it can increase both balance and leg strength in older adults.
Study has shown that seniors who took Tai Chi classes for an hour
twice a week increased their balance resulted in less falls and injuries
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