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In Villa Clara was finished writing the second text of Chinese therapeutic exercises (Qi Gong) work was carried out by professionals who practice these exercises in the province for various diseases

This second guide refers to the Game of Five Animals and on to a compilation released in 2008, also sponsored by the National Center for Prevention of STD-HIV-AIDS and the UN.

Rafael Lopez, a specialist in natural and traditional medicine, told AIN that patients with the manual enrich your knowledge of this ancient Chinese task, and their influence on chronic conditions.

He explained that in preparing the brochure Yamila participated Contreras, professor of Philosophy at the Universidad Central Marta Abreu de Las Villas, and Maikel Rafael Lorenzo, an expert on health and epidemiology at the polyclinic Roberto Fleites, of this city.

He added that this type of therapy has been applied since 1995 in Villa Clara territory to fight ailments such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma and other ailments, he said.

Lopez meant that among the achievements of the project Qi Gong health and quality of life in the territory of Villa Clara, is the involvement of people living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) to the practice of this discipline, and increased immunity of patients.

Progress is significant in patients with loss of joint range, evil often affects older people with pain and difficulty in locomotion, he said.

Nely Diaz, 74, said the good results to their physical conditions after six years incorporated into these exercises.

Retired Civil Workers Union of the FAR, said that before his approach to Qi Gong, high doses of drugs needed to control his high blood pressure, it now uses the minimum requirement and maintains a higher activity rate.

This therapeutic discipline bases its philosophy on the flow of internal energy of the body, which is blocked by poor eating habits, poor posture, among other causes which give rise to disease.


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