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Yoga Injuries Up To 10 Times More Frequent than Previously Thought - Counsel & Heal;

Yoga Injuries Up To 10 Times More Frequent than Previously Thought - Counsel & Heal

Counsel & HealYoga Injuries Up To 10 Times More Frequent than Previously ThoughtCounsel & HealAccording to a study by the University of Sydney, the first of its kind investigating injuries associated with recreational yoga, yoga causes musculoskeletal pain in 10% of participants, and exacerbates 21% of existing injuries. Lead researcher ...and more »

When yoga isn't good for you - Sunderland Echo;

When yoga isn't good for you - Sunderland Echo

Sunderland EchoWhen yoga isn't good for youSunderland EchoTrendy yoga exercises enjoyed by a host of celebrities may do more harm than good - causing as many injuries as all sports combined, according to new research. The 5,000 year-old Indian discipline said to boost physical and mental wellbeing is ten ...and more »

The yoga paradox: how yoga can cause pain and treat it - Business Standard;

The yoga paradox: how yoga can cause pain and treat it - Business Standard

Business StandardThe yoga paradox: how yoga can cause pain and treat itBusiness StandardResearchers said millions world over are benefiting from mind-body interventions like yoga and meditation. ALSO READ. See pics | From China to US, world celebrates yoga day with India Modi government is readying a trained Yoga Army to meet global ...and more »

Reminder: It's Totally Okay If You Hate Yoga - Refinery29;

Reminder: It's Totally Okay If You Hate Yoga - Refinery29

Refinery29Reminder: It's Totally Okay If You Hate YogaRefinery29So I have a confession to make: I actually really like yoga. I'm a big-chested lady and therefore I have a constantly aching back. Yoga is one of the few things that helps me wake up pain-free. I could sit here and tell you all about how doing yoga ...and more »

The Yoga Paradox, Is It Actually More Harmful Than Useful? - Capital Wired

The Yoga Paradox, Is It Actually More Harmful Than Useful?Capital WiredA new study analyzed the benefits and consequences of practice yoga and in doing so, pointed out a paradoxical fact. Although yoga can be a useful practice, it also comes with its harms and about the same yearly level of injuries as most sports ...and more »

Yoga May Make Injuries Worse, Cause Long-Term Musculoskeletal Pain - Medical Daily

Yoga May Make Injuries Worse, Cause Long-Term Musculoskeletal PainMedical DailyPeople typically turn to Yoga on rest days or to recover from injuries, but a new study says that the practice could actually cause damage to your body. A paper published in the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies found that musculoskeletal pain ...and more »

Yoga can cause pain like other exercise, study finds - Health Club Management;

Yoga can cause pain like other exercise, study finds - Health Club Management

Health Club ManagementYoga can cause pain like other exercise, study findsHealth Club ManagementYoga can improve existing aches but also cause musculoskeletal pain and worsen injuries, according to University of Sydney research. A study of 354 people with a one-year follow-up, published in the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, found ...and more »

Yoga, an activity not as safe you might think - Northern Star;

Yoga, an activity not as safe you might think - Northern Star

Northern StarYoga, an activity not as safe you might thinkNorthern StarYoga participants are encouraged to discuss the risks of injury and any pre-existing pain, especially in the upper limbs, with yoga teachers and physiotherapists to explore posture modifications that may results in safer practice.and more »

Yoga can trigger musculoskeletal pain, worsen existing injuries - Leicester Post;

Yoga can trigger musculoskeletal pain, worsen existing injuries - Leicester Post

Leicester PostYoga can trigger musculoskeletal pain, worsen existing injuriesLeicester Post'Our study found the incidence of pain caused by yoga is more than 10 per cent per year – which is comparable to the rate of all sports injuries combined among the physically active population. Capabilities of each person should determine how much they ...and more »

Yoga not as safe as people thought: Study - The Indian Express;

Yoga not as safe as people thought: Study - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressYoga not as safe as people thought: StudyThe Indian ExpressThe new data shows that the injury rate for those who practice yoga is almost 10 times higher than what has been previously reported. The expert believes that more interaction was needed between those in the yoga community and medical experts. 678.and more »

Yoga is a serious discipline, and yes you might get hurt. Thank goodness we cleared that up - Telegraph.co.uk;

Yoga is a serious discipline, and yes you might get hurt. Thank goodness we cleared that up - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukYoga is a serious discipline, and yes you might get hurt. Thank goodness we cleared that upTelegraph.co.ukYoga has never been more popular in the west, with new classes and forms springing up seemingly on a daily basis, and the NHS now recommending it for a host of physical and mental conditions. Yet inevitably when an exercise trend hits the mainstream, ...and more »

Yoga, not a safe alternative for 10% of its practitioners - Health Thoroughfare;

Yoga, not a safe alternative for 10% of its practitioners - Health Thoroughfare

Health ThoroughfareYoga, not a safe alternative for 10% of its practitionersHealth ThoroughfareYoga is considered a safe, low-impact form of exercise and many people even follow an ideology connected with meditation and yoga. The Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies has recently published a research study in which up to 10 % of yoga ...and more »

Yoga can make existing injuries worse, study suggests - Spectator.co.uk;

Yoga can make existing injuries worse, study suggests - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.ukYoga can make existing injuries worse, study suggestsSpectator.co.ukYoga causes musculoskeletal pain (which affects the joints, ligaments, muscles and nerves) in 10 per cent of people and exacerbates 21 per cent of existing injuries, according to new research by the University of Sydney. The findings, which have been ...and more »

Yoga May Cause Muscle Pain and Injury - PsychCentral.com

Yoga May Cause Muscle Pain and InjuryPsychCentral.comNew research warns that despite the multiple benefits of yoga, the practice results in musculoskeletal pain in 10 percent of people and can worsen 21 percent of existing injuries. The University of Sydney-sponsored research is the first prospective ...and more »

Beware Yoga! It can leave you in agony - research - Independent Online;

Beware Yoga! It can leave you in agony - research - Independent Online

Independent OnlineBeware Yoga! It can leave you in agony - researchIndependent OnlineThe risk of pain is said to be ten times higher than feared – while the practice causes as many injuries as sports, scientists have warned. Celebrity fans of the exercise regime, said to boost physical and mental wellbeing, include Beyonce, supermodel ...and more »

Yoga Can Lead To Bone And Muscle Pain If Not Done Right - NDTV Doctor;

Yoga Can Lead To Bone And Muscle Pain If Not Done Right - NDTV Doctor

NDTV DoctorYoga Can Lead To Bone And Muscle Pain If Not Done RightNDTV DoctorA new scientific study that claims yoga can worsen prevailing wounds and lead to bone and muscle pains. It is the first prospective study to investigate injuries caused from recreational participation in yoga. By: DoctorNDTV | Thu, 29 Jun 2017 12:09:30 ...and more »

Evangelos Pappas - The Conversation AU;

Evangelos Pappas - The Conversation AU

The Conversation AUEvangelos PappasThe Conversation AUDr. Evangelos Pappas trained as a physiotherapist in Thessaloniki, Greece before pursuing a Master's in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy at Quinnipiac University and a PhD in Orthopaedic Biomechanics at New York University in the USA. Prior to coming to ...and more »

Yoga – practice with caution for greater benefits and less harm say researchers - News-Medical.net;

Yoga – practice with caution for greater benefits and less harm say researchers - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.netYoga – practice with caution for greater benefits and less harm say researchersNews-Medical.netAccording to new research from researchers at the University of Sydney, Yoga practice could do more harm than good in some participants. Yoga is an ancient Indian form of spiritual practice that involves a series of body postures, deep breathing ...and more »

Think you can't get hurt doing yoga? Think again - 9Coach (blog);

Think you can't get hurt doing yoga? Think again - 9Coach (blog)

9Coach (blog)Think you can't get hurt doing yoga? Think again9Coach (blog)Yoga is a pastime that's equal parts challenging and relaxing, and can deliver a tonne of health benefits — fact. Yoga is safer than any other activity and you can't get hurt doing it — myth. Its injury rate is surprisingly high: one in 10 ...and more »

Beware! Yoga can be more risky, painful for existing injury - ABP LIVE;

Beware! Yoga can be more risky, painful for existing injury - ABP LIVE

ABP LIVEBeware! Yoga can be more risky, painful for existing injuryABP LIVEWashington D.C. [USA], June 28 (ANI): Beware! Researchers have warned that yoga, which is mostly used to reduce aches and pains, can also lead to injuries and even worsen the existing injury. A finding has revealed that yoga causes musculoskeletal pain ...and more »