Yoga Stretches Afib Attack Frequency, University of Kansas Study

Published: Apr 04, 2011

Kansas City Star -- Doing the downward-facing dog yoga pose can help keep your heart from racing out of control, a study by a University of Kansas Hospital researcher has found. After three months of breathing exercises, meditation and yoga poses, patients with atrial fibrillation, a common heart disorder, had fewer episodes of irregular heartbeats and less anxiety and depression.

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