The high prevalence of today got prostatitis – inflammation of the mucous membrane of the prostate.
To deal with this disease on early stages, in order to avoid possible complications, among which we should highlight BPH and low potency.
Not the last role in the treatment of prostatitis plays a physical activity. Comprehensive exercises in the treatment of prostatitis improves the contraction of the muscles in the pelvic region and facilitate quick
changes in intra-abdominal pressure.
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All this contributes to the natural massage of the prostate and as a consequence improves metabolism and blood circulation in the prostate gland.
Physical exercise for the treatment and prevention of prostatitis help to increase the tone of the nervous system, improve the work of the adrenal glands, eliminating residual effects and inflammation in prostatitis. The complex of exercises Continue reading
Advantages: good for mom and baby.
Disadvantages: take up too much space in the apartment.
“Fitball I bought another pregnancy because I read a lot of interesting and useful. Started using shortly before birth — because of the big belly I was comfortable to sit on it in front of the computer. Since I had surgery and stitches, to sit on the chairs is strictly not allowed as much as 3 months, but it’s hard! But on the fitball doctor to be allowed,
because it is soft. Had to feed the baby right on the ball. As to the loss, and then fitball became indispensable. Like many moms, belly sagged heavily, and on the sides of the formed folds of fat. I rocked the press on the ball, and within 2 months the stomach was almost like before the birth! Now begin to engage on the ball with the child, as demonstrated by a local pediatrician, loves and saves time and money (no need to invite the massage Continue reading
Participants stand/sit in a circle with trainer. The trainer instructs participants and immediately shows an example of the movement (e.g., up-down, up-down). Then the coach starts the warm-up. If participants began to talk, the coach ends the workout (at this time, it is likely that many became entangled in the movements, as they were inattentive to the movements of its neighbor to the left). The coach asks questions to the group: “Who’s confused? What prevents to do the exercise? Who is not confused? What helps everything to run exactly?”
Then the coach continues to warm up, once again repeating that workout is performed silently. At the end of the workout, the trainer asks the participants: “Raise your hands those to whom the movement is returned unchanged. Raise your hands those who returned the motion, but with changes. Raise your hands those to whom the movement is not returned”.
The bridge to the lesson theme. “It was an exercise on the distribution of attention and prioritization. Continue reading