Research Study: Impact of QiGong & Tai Chi Exercise on Drug Addiction

May 03, 2022

 

Many people begin their exploration into Tai Chi seeking to regain physical strength, mobility, and energy due to weakness, illness, or injury. However, more people have learned that practicing Tai Chi daily can help overcome fears, traumas, depression, addictions and feelings of just being lost in life. As an " Internal '' practice Tai Chi, partnered with Qigong exercise, enables us to safely explore the core of our beliefs, behaviors, experiences, failures, relationships, and emotions that subconsciously influences our mind today. 

Physically, Tai Chi creates a good feeling that the body remembers and can be practiced anytime and anywhere. By doing just a few movements correctly, you'll feel better right away. Over time, this invigorates the body while instilling routine, discipline, and consistency into your life. The natural pace of performing Tai Chi is the natural pace of one’s thoughts. With both sides of the brain engaged, enhanced concentration and focus are experienced. These are just a few of the benefits the can aid in recovery.

The Faculty of Physical Education, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China has published a recent study in the medical publication, Frontiers in Psychiatry, that explored some of these areas with drug addicted participants. The data supports our belief that Tai Chi and Qigong are beneficial to patients and should be incorporated into modern treatment programs. 

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