Tai Chi Improves Psychoemotional State, Cognition, and Motor Learning in Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This study offers an effective intervention that can be delivered under pandemic conditions to improve psychoemotional state, cognition, and motor learning in older adults.
Some of the benefits of Tai Chi practice for individuals coping with COVID-19 are outlined here. Benefits include immune system promotion, inflammation response reduction, rehabilitation in pulmonary function, and emotional improvement.
Qigong has the potential to play a role in the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of respiratory infections, such as COVID-19.
In this randomized controlled trial, we found significant evidence that a Taiji beginner course of 3 months duration elicits positive effects with respect to physical well-being in healthy individuals, with improvements pronouncing over time.
Qigong Improves Quality of Life in Women Undergoing Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial
This randomized clinical trial found that Qigong may lead to reductions in depressive symptoms over time and may be especially useful for women reporting high symptoms of depression at baseline.
Levels of Fatigue and Distress in Senior Prostate Cancer Survivors Enrolled in a 12-Week Randomized Controlled Trial of Qigong
This 12-week Qigong intervention was feasible and potentially efficacious in improving senior prostate cancer survivors’ levels of fatigue and distress levels.
Acute Effects on the Counts of Innate and Adaptive Immune Response Cells After 1 Month of Taoist Qigong Practice
This study demonstrates that Taoist qigong is able to exert acute immunomodulatory effects on components of both innate as well as adaptive immune response.