After a thorough evaluation of 57 scientific reviews that encompassed 176 studies on 68 illnesses, a panel of health experts has once again concluded that homeopathy is at best a placebo (when it’s not being potentially harmful).
From my experience, most people don’t actually know that homeopathy is a specific thing. For them, it’s just a name for “alternative medicine”, i.e. anything not by the medical-industrial complex that suppresses millennia-old medicinal truths to sell their evil chemistry.
An analysis of over 225 medical studies and 1,800 scientific papers has found that homeopathy is ineffective as a health treatment. Its authors urge that “people who choose homeopathy may put their health at risk if they reject or delay treatments.”
Learn about the body’s adaptations to different types of post-workout activities. Did you know that serious stretching after a workout is contraindicated for recovery? Instead, avoid serious stretching after training and use a mild exercise to cool down.
I’ve done yoga for years, and recently started to practice on my own because it’s been difficult to find a class that meshes with my schedule. I’ve never used it for recovery, and “restorative” classes are not for me. The primary focus has been strength and flexibility – my hamstrings love to shrink. And I’m under the impression I have scoliosis (I recently found out this is just a term for back curvature, it’s not just congenital) so while I don’t feel twists I experience the benefit in a portion of my lower back that constantly needs realignment. I believe I’ve experienced an improvement in both running and cycling from doing warrior related postures… While it might not be recovery in the sense that the article talks about, the experiences since I started practicing more regularly suggest it was a good idea. It helps that I like doing it too.