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December 17, 2021
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Activity and Diet Shown to Slow Aging (Again)
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GrimAge and a different epigenetic approach were used as biomarkers. Scientists have used DNA methylation markers to measure the anti-aging effects of healthy diet and physical activity, reaching interesting, if at times contradictory, results [1]. Move, eat healthy, check your biological age Physical activity (PA) and healthy diet are two powerful interventions that have time and […]
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December 17, 2021
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Exercise Found to Have Anti-Senescence Effect
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Many of the beneficial long-term effects of exercise may be due to its senolytic effects. A new review paper delivers evidence that exercise, a powerful anti-aging tool, may be a natural senolytic [1]. Progress in the field of senolytics has been mixed. After the initial hype that had spawned dozens of startups, enthusiasm has waned somewhat […]
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December 17, 2021
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Reviewing Cold Therapy for Longevity
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The health benefits of the cold therapy have long been touted by mankind, including Hippocrates claiming it cured lethargy and Thomas Jefferson bathing his feet in cold water every morning for decades to maintain good health [1]. This view is still prevalent in modern times, including cold morning showers, swimming in the open water, ice […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance. Pain in the Spine and Lower Back: Who’s Next?
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Annotation Pain in the lower back and lumbar spine is the second most frequent reason people consult their doctor. The only complaint that sends patients to their physician more often is a cold or the flu. The reason low back pain is so common is fairly obvious: The lumbar spine is the part of the […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance #2: Time to Work! Choosing Gymnastics for your Spine
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If you ask a person who is new to the exercising what the best method is to keep your spine healthy and supportive, you will probably get the following answer: “You have to ‘pump up’ your back and abdominal muscles.” These people are often overweight, have bellies that flop over their belt, and have not […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance #3: Healthy Spine Curvature
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Being able to understand and appreciate the meaning of beauty is not only the privilege of artists. What makes sculpture, a piece, of music a piece of old furniture or a sunset beautiful is, in many cases, a matter of opinion. The beauty of the human body though in most cases is, at its core, […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance #4: What Muscles Keep your Spine Healthy and in the Correct Position?
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Your spine is like a tower without a foundation. If a structure like this actually existed, it would fall down in pieces, especially if it was constantly moving or being bumped around. The reason this doesn’t happen to your spine is because a complicated system of “ropes” is at work keeping it in a stable […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance #5: Isometric Position-Static Exercises
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In descriptions of the exercises, the following abbreviations are used: SP – starting position ADVICE: Isometric position-static exercises for the spine are divided according to their degree of complexity and also according to which part of the spine they are targeting. Always start with the basic course of exercises. These are the main exercises and […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance #6: Exercises for Lumbar Spine. Additional course
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In the following exercises for lumbar spine, a special SP is used that keeps the curves in your neck and lower back correct. To strike this pose, put one of your hands on the back of your neck and the other one just below your low back. This way, both of your hands are stabilizing […]
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December 8, 2021
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Stance #7: Exercises for the Lumbar Spine. Complicated course
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23 Lying on a ball: arms(the former name is “Bug, arms”) SP is lying on your stomach on a training ball. The ball must take up all the space under your body when you are down on all fours.  Your head is slightly raised. Your hands and feet are resting on the floor. Stretch one arm straight forward. […]
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