Yoga For A Pain Free Life?
It has reached epidemic proportions. More than 1.5 billion people worldwide live with chronic pain, and with few exceptions, Mainstream Medicine offers no solutions other than dangerous and often addictive prescription drugs.1 In the United States alone, around 116 million people suffer from chronic pain.2 That’s one third of the total U.S. population!
So I was not surprised about the large number of emails I received from Save Our Bones community members asking for drug-free solutions to their chronic pain. I immediately realized that I had to search for something that anyone could do – regardless of age and physical condition – that was effective and backed by science and that it should work for both chronic and occasional pain. Believe me, I was up to the challenge!
Fortunately, I found what I was looking for. I simply had to travel thousands of years back in time to find the ideal natural method to get rid of pain.
I’m referring to yoga. In the Save Our Bones Program I recommend yoga to tackle stress. I also write that,
“From a bone health standpoint, practicing yoga increases physical strength and flexibility, both of which are helpful to prevent fractures.”
But as you’re about to discover, this ancient Hindu discipline can do more.
Yoga Instantly Relieves Pain
Specific yoga moves and poses can effectively help to instantly relieve pain. In my quest, I searched – and found – many studies that clearly show that yoga aids in reducing and eliminating chronic pain, thereby improving the quality of life of pain sufferers. You’ll read more about the studies later.
Also, practicing the right yoga moves and postures has been shown to give a more youthful and attractive appearance.
Notice how I wrote “the right yoga moves and postures.” This is crucial, because there are hundreds of yoga poses. Some can hurt more than help, so you have to be careful and avoid those. I know it from my own experience, because through the years I’ve taken many yoga classes mainly for relaxation and to improve flexibility.
I recently thought how great it would be to have a compilation of all the moves and poses that target the body areas that most commonly hurt, such as the back, the neck, shoulders, knees, hip joints, and arms.
One day, not long ago, my team was contacted by the makers of a DVD titled…
Yoga For a Pain Free Life
The timing couldn’t be better! They sent me their DVD to review, and I immediately watched it and found that Yoga For a Pain Free Life contained the moves and poses that I was looking for to share with the community, all explained and demonstrated by a true professional.
What’s more, you can do many of them just about anywhere – comfortably sitting on a couch or on your bed.
But watching wasn’t enough – I wanted to dive in and try the moves myself. So I did just that, and since that day, I’ve been practicing a few of the poses and moves almost every day.
I never told you this, but because of the long hours I spend using my computer I sometimes get a neck ache. In Yoga For a Pain Free Life there’s one easy move that I can even do while at my desk, and it immediately relieves my neck pain and discomfort. That’s just one example.
If you suffer from any occasional or chronic pain, I recommend you try Yoga For a Pain Free Life. With the 30 day no-questions-asked money back guarantee, all you have to lose is your annoying pain.
To your pain free life!
1 Global Industry Analysts, Inc. Report, January 10, 2011.
2 Institute of Medicine Report from the Committee on Advancing Pain Research, Care, and Education: Relieving Pain in America, A Blueprint for Transforming Prevention, Care, Education and Research. The National Academies Press, 2011.