The clavicle is a long bone located between the breastbone and the shoulders. Most injuries to this bone are related to trauma from a car accident, falls, or sports injuries. Depending on their severity, they may heal on their own or need surgery. In addition, rehabilitation treatment may be required later.
While rehabilitation should be ordered by the specialist and supervised by a physical therapist. Some simple movements can be performed to improve this condition and speed recovery. We share some rehabilitation exercises for a broken clavicle that will surely help you feel better.
One of the most common fractures that occur is a patella fracture. It is one of the most weight-bearing areas of the body and is found in one of the most used joints, both when exercising and our day-to-day routine: the knee. Excessive use of this joint, while we do sports or due to efforts we make in our work, or simply a bad position at a certain time can cause its fracture. It entails a series of discomfort and inconvenience when performing tasks routinely.
When a child is restless or talks incessantly, it is a matter of accumulating energy, something that is perfectly natural at a young age. Although it can easily tire those around you, it is important to let it move and express itself. But when this type of behavior goes on for too long or occurs at inappropriate times. It is important to learn techniques and strategies that teach us how to deal with hyperactive child at home.
Many asanas take their name from the objects, animals or figures evoked with the form of the posture. The examples are multiple: the raven, the tree, the lotus, the plow, etc. However, other positions honor legendary figures and heroes or great sages of Hindu mythology. To this last category belongs the position that we want to present to you this time.
In this note, we will refer to Matsyasana, an asana in which the backbends backward. Known as the Fish Posture, it is said that the name of the posture is because, when performed in water. It allows one to float since it gives us an aerodynamic shape, especially when it is performed in its most complex variations. Read on to learn about all the benefits of Matsyasana, as well as the step-by-step guide and all our tips.
Yoga has various styles and postures, which generally offer the same benefits for the body and mind. However, each of these poses specializes in one goal. This time we want to talk to you about the Savasana style of posture for relaxation. This posture is one of the most important exercises in the yoga session. Read on and find out why.
Previously we told you a little about inverted asanas. Today we would like to stop at what is, perhaps, one of the most emblematic asanas: Salamba Sirsasana I, the famous “headstand.”
Etymologically, salamba means “with support, support” and sirsa “head,” so we are talking about a supported headstand. This is a detail to consider since, during Sirsasana, most of the body’s weight will fall on the forearms, not on the head.
Today we want to delve into a discipline related to water and Yoga, which can be practiced in natural environments such as the sea. The river or a lake, which is gaining more followers every day: SUP Yoga. Summer and heat are coming, so this is one of many proposals to do Yoga outdoors. Do not miss the opportunity to meet a new practice.
Within the world of Trikonasana, there are some variations. All of them offer many benefits for the body and, in addition, to its variations, we can find it as ideal for both initial and advanced yoga practitioners. It is a pose that offers balance and flexibility and a beautiful connection of breath and body. This time we will focus on the triangle pose and the extended triangle, the traditional figures of Trikonasana.