Yoga

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While exercise can be very irritating to piles, the slow and practiced movements of yoga are an effective way to release endorphins, improve flexibility and even stimulate immune response and anti-inflammatory activity in the body. Certain poses are more effective than others, but all yogic practice can help to improve the metabolism and protect overall health, which will certainly have an effect on piles and gastrointestinal distress. Speak to a trained yoga instructor to learn about the particular poses that are best for this condition.

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