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Advanced Adaptogen Complex

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-28)

A small hammock dictates Advanced Adaptogen Complex Review that you lie straight in an upright-cocooned position. This is great for some quick shuteye or reading a book. But a good hammock will let you do that and more. Want to lie flatter like in a bed? Simply turn diagonal until you've found your "angle." Or stretch out completely sideways and swing away! Better as a Bed. Did you know that you can use your hammock as a full time bed? Millions of people around the world sleep in a hammock every night and the benefits to your health are numerous. Well as a hard core athlete back in the day, I've always thought Yoga was ridiculous and made no sense to me, you see I valued speed, strength, agility, skill and will - yes, I was a determined athlete. In many regards I still am, in the mind. Yes, let's talk about all this, because I've always believed brain and body to be connected - it's all one - as far as I am concerned. Okay so, there was an interesting article in Government Executive on August 20, 2014 titled; "Yoga Makes Brains Nimble, Too," by Sonali Kohli which stated; "The 61 new yogis who participated in the study were between 55 and 79 years old, and attended yoga classes three times a week for eight weeks. Another group of people met for the same amount of time, but practiced general toning and stretching exercises. They saw no significant change in cognitive function over that time." This finding doesn't surprise me in the least because large mammals have their nerve endings and muscles corresponding to the networks in their bodies and their brains, just like humans and the biggest mammals often have the most efficient brains, bigger brains too. We also know that in humans, there are Neurons in the spinal column too. All of these points lead me to believe that by strengthening the connected network you automatically strengthen the brain too. Now then, if you do Yoga, you are bending and flexing your muscles, some you probably didn't even know you had, and as your body gets to know all those muscles it is making new connections, strengthening those already there, expanding the interconnected network of your body.