Qi gong is one of the soft Gong fu exercises or self-treatments that act as a
gateway that achieves many medical proposes. Qi gong is like yoga, however the
practitioner is reaching for a goal that is more in-depth and specific for medical
reasons. The Qigong stipulates that the vital energy QI, flows along 14 meridians
that link the internal organs, with the fingers or toes. Also with more than 300
acupuncture points on the head, spine and other parts of the body. It's believed
that illnesses result from an imbalance of qi--when the proportion is disturbed,
by accumulated qi in one place than another. The meditation, visualization, breathing,
and movement exercises of Qigong seek to restore balance, breaking down stagnation
in the flow of qi , as a result, reestablishing a healthy supply to the diseased
or distressed parts of the body.
We have witnessed many successful stories of Qi gong that show this helping many
problems. The Qi gong exercises combines the body's movement with the acupuncture
meridian system so the exercises can reduce stress and anxiety, while improving
overall physical fitness, balance, and flexibility. By alleviating tension, they
may also fight insomnia and relieve certain types of headaches. This also works
well with problems such as migraines, hemorrhoids, constipation, diabetes, high
blood pressure, menstrual problems, prostate trouble, impotence,
If you would like to know more about the Qigong ,There are a few Qigong books
that are recommended, one is Essential of Qigong, and other is call Meridian Qigong.
Check out the book section at this site.