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Why does Tai Chi have health care?

Tai Chi has the duality of physical fitness and fighting skills, especially its health care value is increasingly recognized by people.

The following describes the physiological effects of Tai Chi on various organ systems of the human body as follows: 1.

The effect of Tai Chi on the cardiovascular system and the respiratory system: In terms of the composition of the Tai Chi exercise, it includes the muscles of each group, the activity of the magnetic joints, and also the rhythmic breathing movements, especially the transverse movements.

Therefore, it can strengthen blood and lymph circulation and reduce congestion in the body.

Muscle activity ensures venous return, and respiratory movement also accelerates venous return.

The movement of Tai Chi is stretched, and it is required to consciously adapt the breathing and movement, which can better accelerate the circulation of blood and lymph.

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The impact of Tai Chi on the nervous system: We know that humans have a long-lasting nervous system to adapt to the external environment and transform the external environment.

When practicing Tai Chi, first of all, you should ask for a spirit of attention, “I want to keep Dan”, there is no distracting thoughts, that is, “the mind is quiet and intentional.”

In this way, under the control of consciousness, people’s minds always focus on the movements, excluding the interference of other thoughts in the brain, focusing on the changes and coordination of the functions of the organs and organs of the whole body, so that the ability of the nervous system to be controlled by self-intelligence is improved.
Generally speaking, the exercises need to be 鈥渃ompletely integrated鈥? from the eyes to the upper limbs, the trunks, the lower limbs, and the up and down, continuous and continuous.

At the same time, because some movements are more complex and require good dominance and balance, the brain is required to be completed under intense activities, which also plays an indirect training role for the central nervous system, thereby achieving the purpose of enhancing brain regulation.

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The effect of Tai Chi on bone, muscle and joint activities: The sinusoidal spiral motion allows all muscle groups and muscle fibers of the body to participate in activities. After repeated twisting and twisting, the muscles can be stretched to the general movement.The length reached, so many years have been twisted, one by one, so that the muscles are evenly full, flexible and flexible, and increase the contraction ability.

Due to the contraction of the muscles and the strengthening of the metabolism, the blood supply of the bone is improved, the morphology and properties of the bone are well changed, and the bone is also firmed, thereby improving the bone resistance and resistance.Bend, anti-compression and anti-twist performance, not easy to deform and deform.

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The impact of Tai Chi on the digestive system: due to the increased ability of the nervous system to improve the disease activity of other systems, it can prevent and treat certain diseases of the digestive system caused by the distortion of the nervous system (sports, secretion, absorption).Disruption).

In addition, respiratory exercise acts as a mechanical stimulus to the gastrointestinal tract and also improves blood circulation in the digestive tract.

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The effect of Tai Chi on the metabolism of substances in the body: According to relevant data, Taijiquan has good metabolism of calcium and phosphorus in lipids, proteins and inorganic salts.

There are reports that the elderly exercise 5?
After 30 minutes, the blood cholesterol level will decrease, and the blood protein content will increase, so that the symptoms of arteriosclerosis will be greatly alleviated.

銆€銆€In summary, practicing Tai Chi is the simultaneous movement of consciousness, movement, and breathing. It requires 鈥渢o calm the movement鈥?and 鈥渁lthough it is still static鈥?is in line with physiological laws.

From a medical point of view, it is a good health care gymnastics.