Unplug And Recharge: Everyday Yoga -- Give Your Hips A Break
Nov 07, 2008 10:32
"Unplug and Recharge" is a new Living series which aims to give you, our dear readers, a quick break from your day -- whether you have as much time as ten minutes or as little as two. Following the success of our Oasis at the DNC, we're hoping to give you a little cyber-oasis -- a place to escape -- where you can take a moment to unplug, relax, and recharge.
Whether it's sitting at your desk, driving your car, or slumping on the couch, we all spend way to much time sitting! And our bodies pay the price. We feel this when the backs of our legs are tight, we have low back pain, or our digestion is sluggish. Simply taking five minutes to stand up and stretch your legs and your hips will increase circulation in your lower body again. Not only will your hips thank you, but your breath will deepen and your thoughts will clarify--so you can get back to work with more ease and inspiration.
As people have come to use technology more and more in their daily lives, we have discovered some good and bad results. On one hand, technology like smartphones makes children more able than ever to stay in contact with their parents and get emergency assistance when needed. Read more
‘Health is wealth’ - This famous saying says it all. But in this era when we are having so busy work schedules and hectic life, its impossible to maintain a good health inspite of having an intense urge to do so. When you are faced with two situations, either to work an extra hour or head to aerobics or yoga, it becomes very tough for you to persuade yourself to do the latter, as the former one will be an add on to your productivity stride. Read more
The majority of the diabetic socks currently on the market are designed to lower the risk of injury to the feet, keep the feet dry, and avoid the blood circulation from slowing down or being prevented. Usually they are made of materials that are padded, fitted and non-binding; they do not have seams and have superior abilities of wicking away moisture. Read more