This article medically reinforces what happens at a cellular level when you follow my program to reduce stress in your life.
Yoga can reduce stress's effect on the body at a cellular level
ASK THE DOCTORS
By Drs. Eve Glazier and Elizabeth Ko
Dear Doctors: I'm one of those Type A people who's pretty much always stressed out. My wife got me to try yoga about six months ago and I'll admit, I do feel better.
Now our local TV station has reported that yoga and meditation might actually be changing my genes. How can that be?
Dear Reader: First, congratulations on trying something new (we know it's not always easy) to improve your quality of life.
The day that you stretched and visualized and breathed deep for the first time, you joined a growing groundswell of interest into yoga and meditation as avenues to enhanced well-being. A nationwide survey three years ago found that between 2002 and 2015, the number of adults who regularly...
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