Is Yoga possible for elderly care?
Yoga is possible for elderly care as it promotes and balance among mind–brainbody functions through mental, physical, and emotional practices. Growing evidence has shown that yoga practices strengthen muscle, body flexibility, and boost the immune system as well as improve the physical and psychological conditions.
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