Yourwellness Magazine Explores Skin Benefits of Yoga

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Following Cameron Diaz’s recent book signing where she sported glowing skin, Yourwellness Magazine explored how readers can achieve healthier skin through yoga.

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Cameron Diaz’s glowing skin was proof of the health tips in her new book as she attended a signing of the lifestyle bible on Tuesday, Entertainment Wise reported January 7th. The article, “Cameron Diaz Sports Glowing Skin At Signing Of 'The Body Book' Which Dishes Tips On Pubic Hair Care,” noted that at the signing of The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body, the Bad Teacher star shared some of the tips included in the book, including how avoiding cheeseburgers helped her to reduce her acne-plagued skin. Diaz commented, ‘My acne wasn't totally gone, but it was significantly better.’ (http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/137341/Cameron-Diaz-Sports-Glowing-Skin-At-Signing-Of-The-Body-Book-Which-Dishes-Tips-On-Pubic-Hair-Care#iXYVWbIoxq07plRy.99)

With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine explored how participating in yoga can lead to glowing skin. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘Our skin is our first line of defence against every piece of dirt and bacteria that we come in contact with and yet it’s also a signifier of our health and physical wellbeing. We expect a lot from our skin and yet it is so often one of the parts of the body that gets neglected when we think about looking after ourselves…One of the key ways that people are now beginning to care for their skin is through the practice of yoga. Yoga is well known as a way to exercise and become more flexible, but you may not know it as a way to keep your skin looking as good as it can.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/try-yoga-glowing-skin-dream-forever/#sthash.jC86pZk6.dpuf)

Yourwellness Magazine explained that yoga increases blood flow which means that it is easier for the skin to be oxygenated. This means that skin will be healthier in every way and develop a healthy glow. Yourwellness Magazine warned readers with existing back problems, neck pain or high blood pressure to speak to a doctor before starting yoga. Yourwellness Magazine also detailed key yoga poses that help improve skin, including the matsyasana. This pose helps to relax facial muscles, strengthen neck and back muscles, allow for controlled flow of blood to the face and increase the amount of oxygen in the blood.

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