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NCCIH

Yoga: In Depth

health  alternative  safety  asthma  arthritis  anxiety  complementary  benefits  depression  nih  integrative  nccih  nccam  osteoarthritis  mind and body medicine  yoga  movement  low-back pain  complementary and alternative medicine  lower back pain 

Can yoga help with back pain, blood pressure, or anxiety and depression? Find out here.

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NCCIH

5 Things You Should Know About Yoga

alternative  tips  complementary  integrative  mind and body medicine  yoga 

An evidence-based summary for you to share with your health care provider. From NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.

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NCCIH

4 Tips: Mind and Body Practices for Common Aging-Related Conditions

alternative  tips  complementary  integrative  yoga  relaxation  tai chi  mind and body practices  aging 

Tips on mind and body practices, such as yoga, tai chi, and relaxation techniques, and their potential value for conditions common among older people. From the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

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NIA

Feel Down? Get Up—Emotional Benefits of Exercise

seniors  anxiety  depression  older adults  walking  yoga  tai chi  emotional benefits of exercise 

Research has shown that the benefits of exercise go beyond just physical wellbeing. Exercise helps support emotional and mental health. So next time you’re feeling down, anxious, or stressed, try to get up and start moving!

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OWH

Anxiety disorders

anxiety  stress  treatments  benzodiazepines  nausea  genetics  counseling  medicine  physical activity  yoga  meditation  mental health  hot flashes  post-traumatic stress disorder  anxiety disorder  dizziness  PTSD  traumatic events  shortness of breath 

Anxiety disorders affect nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States. Learn more about anxiety disorders and treatment from the Office on Women’s Health

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