November 15, 2017
Facial exercises for parkinson's

7 Simplest Facial Exercises for Parkinson’s Fighters

It’s not a secret that Parkinson’s fighters gradually put on a masked face. They usually develop reduced facial tone and movements of facial expressions. While not everyone will experience masking with their Parkinson’s, those who ...Read More
November 13, 2017
Yoga for chronic pain

4 Reasons to embrace Yoga for combating Chronic Pain

Mindful Yoga is a way of inculcating awareness. Awareness towards ourselves, our minds, our bodies and much more. Research has shown that different disciplines of Yoga have yielded beneficial results for a range of chronic ...Read More
November 9, 2017
Dance with Parkinson's

Dance – A Moving Therapy for People with Parkinson’s

Life with Parkinson’s can be physically challenging and emotionally demanding. Patients often complain about the slowness of movement and stiffness in muscles and joints. Besides, difficulty with gait and balance is also noticed in the ...Read More
November 8, 2017
diet for stroke patients

Fight out Weight Gain after Stroke, make these Dietary Changes

Over the years, gaining weight has emerged as a longer term consequence following a stroke. It is not hidden that an inactive lifestyle after a stroke is the culprit here, leaving any stroke survivor feeling ...Read More
November 6, 2017
Parkinson's challenges

12 Small Changes that make a Big Difference in Parkinson’s

Living with Parkinson’s can be a challenging experience. When several symptoms of Parkinson’s disease such as tremor, postural instability, slowness of movements, and muscle stiffness become persistent over time, simple ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) ...Read More
November 3, 2017
understanding chronic pain

Understanding Chronic Pain – A Layman’s Perspective

It is okay to feel occasional aches and pains. In fact, sudden pain is your nervous system’s signal to alert you about a possible injury. However, chronic pain is far different and serious from such ...Read More
November 1, 2017
Dog Therapy for Parkinson's

Dogs can help People with Parkinson’s, Here’s How

Parkinson’s, being a chronic illness, calls for extensive care. The ongoing studies have detailed out many modern techniques to combat the disease including pet therapy which could place things right in order for PD fighters. ...Read More
October 30, 2017
stretching your affected hand in stroke

Reclaim your Strength by Stretching your Affected Hand in Stroke

We all know how aggressive a stroke can be. After all, it is known as a leading cause of serious long-term disability across the world. It can affect an individual’s arm movement, making it difficult ...Read More
October 26, 2017
Deep Breathing with Dirga Pranayama

Master the Art of Deep Breathing with Dirga Pranayama

Today’s fast-paced life can often leave us feeling tired, helpless and basically unable to cope. Encountering such feelings are simply our body’s way of telling us to slow down and to take a few deep ...Read More
October 13, 2017
Parkinson's exercise

Exercising to Manage Parkinson’s? Here’re Few Things to Keep in Mind

While exercising on regular basis is a healthy habit for everyone, for Parkinson’s Fighters, it’s a need for maintaining balance, mobility and daily activities. Working out not only looks after many PD symptoms but also help PD ...Read More
October 11, 2017
Anti-stroke Foods

Anti-Stroke Foods – A Quick Checklist

Recovering from a health condition like stroke requires one to embrace healthy habits and lifestyle changes. While there are therapies and medications to boost up the recovery process, it largely depends on your eating habits ...Read More
October 6, 2017
Drive After Stroke

Is it Possible to Drive After Stroke? Yes, it is.

Can I drive safely after stroke? This is the first question that comes to the mind of an individual dealing with stroke. It could be possible that stroke can impair your ability to drive, but ...Read More
September 28, 2017
Parkinson's

Standing against the wall – Correct your posture, right at home

Whether you are standing, sitting or lying down, good posture ensures that none of your body parts is overstressed. Because posture affects how we walk, run, jump and lift weights, having it corrected makes our ...Read More
September 20, 2017
Stretching

Stretching Counts – 7 Best Stretching Exercises for Parkinson’s Fighters

While medication has been the most prescribed treatment for Parkinson’s disease (PD), many neurologists argue that a regular exercise program is as important as medications for managing the progressive disorder. Though most of the PD ...Read More
September 19, 2017
yoga

Yoga Poses to Induce Calm – Part 2

To relax our body and mind, we need to shift to a state of deep rest and calm. Only mind-body discipline of Yoga can do this. Part of yoga’s effectiveness comes from its proven ability ...Read More
September 18, 2017
Yoga poses

Yoga Poses to Induce Calm – Part 1

Yoga is widely prescribed as a means of reducing stress and instilling calm. This is true if practiced gently, synchronized properly with breathing and performed mindfully. If done in the right manner, it is a ...Read More

November 15, 2017
Facial exercises for parkinson's

7 Simplest Facial Exercises for Parkinson’s Fighters

It’s not a secret that Parkinson’s fighters gradually put on a masked face. They usually develop reduced facial tone and movements of facial expressions. While not everyone will experience masking with their Parkinson’s, those who ...Read More
November 13, 2017
Yoga for chronic pain

4 Reasons to embrace Yoga for combating Chronic Pain

Mindful Yoga is a way of inculcating awareness. Awareness towards ourselves, our minds, our bodies and much more. Research has shown that different disciplines of Yoga have yielded beneficial results for a range of chronic ...Read More
November 9, 2017
Dance with Parkinson's

Dance – A Moving Therapy for People with Parkinson’s

Life with Parkinson’s can be physically challenging and emotionally demanding. Patients often complain about the slowness of movement and stiffness in muscles and joints. Besides, difficulty with gait and balance is also noticed in the ...Read More
November 8, 2017
diet for stroke patients

Fight out Weight Gain after Stroke, make these Dietary Changes

Over the years, gaining weight has emerged as a longer term consequence following a stroke. It is not hidden that an inactive lifestyle after a stroke is the culprit here, leaving any stroke survivor feeling ...Read More
November 6, 2017
Parkinson's challenges

12 Small Changes that make a Big Difference in Parkinson’s

Living with Parkinson’s can be a challenging experience. When several symptoms of Parkinson’s disease such as tremor, postural instability, slowness of movements, and muscle stiffness become persistent over time, simple ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) ...Read More
November 3, 2017
understanding chronic pain

Understanding Chronic Pain – A Layman’s Perspective

It is okay to feel occasional aches and pains. In fact, sudden pain is your nervous system’s signal to alert you about a possible injury. However, chronic pain is far different and serious from such ...Read More
November 1, 2017
Dog Therapy for Parkinson's

Dogs can help People with Parkinson’s, Here’s How

Parkinson’s, being a chronic illness, calls for extensive care. The ongoing studies have detailed out many modern techniques to combat the disease including pet therapy which could place things right in order for PD fighters. ...Read More
October 30, 2017
stretching your affected hand in stroke

Reclaim your Strength by Stretching your Affected Hand in Stroke

We all know how aggressive a stroke can be. After all, it is known as a leading cause of serious long-term disability across the world. It can affect an individual’s arm movement, making it difficult ...Read More
October 26, 2017
Deep Breathing with Dirga Pranayama

Master the Art of Deep Breathing with Dirga Pranayama

Today’s fast-paced life can often leave us feeling tired, helpless and basically unable to cope. Encountering such feelings are simply our body’s way of telling us to slow down and to take a few deep ...Read More
October 13, 2017
Parkinson's exercise

Exercising to Manage Parkinson’s? Here’re Few Things to Keep in Mind

While exercising on regular basis is a healthy habit for everyone, for Parkinson’s Fighters, it’s a need for maintaining balance, mobility and daily activities. Working out not only looks after many PD symptoms but also help PD ...Read More
October 11, 2017
Anti-stroke Foods

Anti-Stroke Foods – A Quick Checklist

Recovering from a health condition like stroke requires one to embrace healthy habits and lifestyle changes. While there are therapies and medications to boost up the recovery process, it largely depends on your eating habits ...Read More
October 6, 2017
Drive After Stroke

Is it Possible to Drive After Stroke? Yes, it is.

Can I drive safely after stroke? This is the first question that comes to the mind of an individual dealing with stroke. It could be possible that stroke can impair your ability to drive, but ...Read More
September 28, 2017
Parkinson's

Standing against the wall – Correct your posture, right at home

Whether you are standing, sitting or lying down, good posture ensures that none of your body parts is overstressed. Because posture affects how we walk, run, jump and lift weights, having it corrected makes our ...Read More
September 20, 2017
Stretching

Stretching Counts – 7 Best Stretching Exercises for Parkinson’s Fighters

While medication has been the most prescribed treatment for Parkinson’s disease (PD), many neurologists argue that a regular exercise program is as important as medications for managing the progressive disorder. Though most of the PD ...Read More
September 19, 2017
yoga

Yoga Poses to Induce Calm – Part 2

To relax our body and mind, we need to shift to a state of deep rest and calm. Only mind-body discipline of Yoga can do this. Part of yoga’s effectiveness comes from its proven ability ...Read More
September 18, 2017
Yoga poses

Yoga Poses to Induce Calm – Part 1

Yoga is widely prescribed as a means of reducing stress and instilling calm. This is true if practiced gently, synchronized properly with breathing and performed mindfully. If done in the right manner, it is a ...Read More