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Referencias medicas del Tai Chi Chuan.

Beneficios del Tai Chi Chuan.

Una serie de referencias medicas de los beneficios que puede aportar a la salud la practica del tai chi chuan, centrados en las especialidades de terapia, cardiovascular, geriatria y rehabilitacion asi como en la reduccion de los estados de stress y ansiedad e inmunoterapia.

Beneficios de la Practica del Tai Chi Chuan.


Mejora fuerza, motilidad, equilibrio, resistencia. (Tse Bailey 1992)

Mejora significativa en equilibrio. (Wolfson 1996)


ejercicio de baja a moderada intensidad. (Zhou 1984)

Ejercicio adaptado a individuos de alto riesgo en enfermedades cardiovasculares. (Schneider & Leung 1991)

Puede retrasar la degradacion de la funcion cardiorespiratoria en adultos de edad avanzada. (Lai 1995)

Puede ser prescrito como ejercicio de aerobic para ancianos. (Lai 1993)

Muy recomendado como ejercicio de aerobic en enfermedades de las arterias coronarias. (Ng 1992)

Respuesta del Sistema Inmunitario (Linfocitos T-Cells)

Notable aumento durante y despues de la practica del Tai Chi Chuan. (Sun 1989)

Estados de Animo. (Self Reports)

Reduce notablemente tension, ansiedad, fatiga, depresion y confusion. (Jin 1989)

Mejora de estados de animo, reduccion ansiedad y stress. (Jin 1992)

Reduce Ansiedad. (Chen & Sun 1997)

Reduccion de Caidas en Geriatria.

Reduce las caidas hasta un 47%, reduce el miedo a caer. (Wolf 1996), (Wolf 1997), (Henderson, 1998) , (Myers & Weiner, 1996)


Aumenta la capacidad ventilatoria sin provocar stress cardiovascular. (Brown et al, 1995)

Uso eficaz del volumen ventilatorio, cuadro de ventilacion eficaz. (Schneider 1991)

Hormonas del Stress. (Niveles de Cortisol en Saliva.)

Caida significativa durante y despues de la Practica. (Jin 1989, Jin 1992)

Ejercicio de Soporte.

No exacerbacion de los sintomas articulatorios en individuos con RA. (Kirstens 1991)

Ejercicio de terapia como parte de un programa de Rehabilitacion. (Kirstens 1991)

Otros beneficios referenciados.

Mejora de la coordinacion, aumento de fuerza muscular, aumento de resistencia esqueletal. (Koh 1982)

Terapia de Relajacion en enfermedades cronicas. (Jin 1992)

Marcada accion terapeutica en motilidades reducidas. (Kirstens 1991)

Reduccion de la tension sanguinea, mejora en relajacion muscular y flexibilidad. (Chen & Sun 1997)


El estado actual de la Investigacion Medica indica que el Tai Chi Chuan es un excelente ejercicio para Geriatria, Cardiovascular, Rehabilitacion. La Practica del Tai Chi Chuan mejora el equilibrio, reduce caidas e incrementa la fuerza en las piernas. Rebaja las hormonas del stress, mejora las funciones respiratoria, cardiovascular e inmunitaria, y promueve bienestar emocional.

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Visitar el enlace de la Clinica Mayo sobre tai chi chuan. En Ingles. mayoclinic.com/health/tai-chi/SA00087

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