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900-Year-Old Chinese Cure for a Bad Back

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Tai chi: now used as self-defense against back pain! Back pain has three general sources: body, mind, and diet. Yet the Chinese have been practicing and perfecting an art called Tai chi (pronounced “tie chee”) that helps all three at the same time since the 12 th century! Although it was originally developed as a martial art, Tai chi is used as much for health reasons as self defense now. By focusing on proper movement, controlled breathing, and meditation, Tai chi helps those who practice it prepare their mind, body and spirit for healing – usually with great success. Practitioners believe the practice of tai chi even helps the digestive system work better. Perhaps more importantly, tai chi helps you become more focused and calmer, dealing better with emotions that can trigger overeating. Simply type Tai chi and your city’s name into Google to find a local group to join up with to give it a try. Want More Tips Like This One? Discover 100 More Proven Tips for Lasting Back Pain Relief: Download 101 Back Pain Relief Tricks

900 Year Old Chinese Cure for a Bad Back

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900-Year-Old Chinese Cure for a Bad Back

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