Do You Have a Frozen Hip or Hip Pain? Somatic Exercises Can Help!
Has a medical professional or physical therapist recommended somatic exercises for your frozen hip? It’s a good call. Somatic exercises work in concert with the body’s nervous system to relax muscle tension, ease chronic hip pain, improve posture, and restore fluidity when you move. These therapeutic exercises for hip conditions are designed to be done slowly and gently, making them a great fit for every age and fitness level.
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If you are like most Americans, you are not getting nearly enough exercise and physical activity each day as you should. This is bad for your health and overall wellbeing but especially if you have Type 2 Diabetes. Studies have been done that show less than 40% of people who have been diagnosed with or know they have Type 2 Diabetes participate in some type of regular physical activity.
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With a new year ahead of us, many people take this time to make changes for their health and overall well-being. Changes to diet and exercise are among the most common resolutions made and they are also among the hardest to keep.
If you have made the commitment to be better with your workout routine, here are some handy workout routine tips that can go a long way in making it easier to stick to your routine past the first month or two:
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We all know that exercise is good for us and keeps our muscles strong, help the heart stay strong, and boosts metabolism and immune system response- but do you ever feel stressed out about trying to fit exercise into your routine? If so, then you are in luck because exercise can help with stress management! Virtually any form of exercise will benefit your mood and help you manage your stress levels more efficiently.
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