Physical Yoga or Hath Yoga, is a science of health and well-being that serves both children and adults. We could say that at each age it provides a series of solutions to the various problems that may arise.
In old age he helps to fight against the effects that this time of life usually produces, both on the physical and mental levels. Yoga can have a number of formidable effects, where Yoga multiplies any positive effects that any type of aerobic sport can have.
On a mental level, it helps combat brain deterioration that is behind two devastating diseases such as senile dementia and Alzheimer’s, also counting that Yoga multiplies the effects of any aerobic sport.
Older people who have never practiced Yoga before have in this practice an ally against harassment that every day causes old age, loneliness or the inevitable physical deterioration. We are aware that it is a tough time, especially when it is not faced well, role changes, losing a partner or loved ones, etc.
Yoga is perfectly adapted to the possibilities and particularities of this age. It should be noted that care should be taken in people who have joint, cardiovascular, endocrine or neurological problems when the problem develops.
This practice when exercising and staying active, fights against Dementia and Alzheimer’s, by helping our body to exercise, both the body and the mind, something that, in one way or another, a vast majority seem to gradually stop exercise it. It is necessary to be active, both for our mental and physical health, the best way to better cope with old age.