Alexander technique

What is Alexander technique?

Alexander technique is the method used to decrease muscular strain due to posture. It is a method to help in having proper posture during day to day activities. Mostly used in back pain.It is also used in Parkinsons disease.

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Am 26 year old, working as a design engineer. I ll be seeing computer monitor for 8-10 hrs daily. I do daily exercise, move my body postures often...

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Hi,
A common cause of neck pain for a person of your age and profession is postural problem. May be you need to sit right.
- The monitor should be...

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Hello sir/madam, I have a breathing problem as soon as i started doing exercise to reduce my belly i think...its a simple exercise just raising my...

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Hi thanks for contacting HCM....

You have breathing difficulty on slight exertion....
So this should not be neglected.....

First get your respi...

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I m a female, 18 years old about 5 4 and 110 pounds (not sure if this is of any relevance, but just in case) i have a bit of a fat pocket or...

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Hi,thanks for query.Stress can make you feel pain and make cause discomfort.But it is not possible that a bump can become visible only because of...

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Hello sir/madam, I have a breathing problem as soon as i started doing exercise to reduce my belly i think...its a simple exercise just raising my...

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I have muscle knots (trigger point) in my upper back (just below the shoulder bone ) i am feeling burning sensation in the evening even if i sit...

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I m a female, 18 years old about 5 4 and 110 pounds (not sure if this is of any relevance, but just in case) i have a bit of a fat pocket or...

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