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It is widely known that illness affects both the body and mind, yet many people forget to treat the emotional and psychological symptoms of a disease. Crohn’s disease, given that it has no cure, can be very difficult to deal with, and take a mental toll on those patients. Yoga can help to eliminate anxiety and stress, which can have physical manifestations in the body, while also helping to improve the metabolism and optimize organ function. Yoga can even benefit gastrointestinal health and aid in detoxifying the body, all of which is important for anyone suffering from a chronic disease like Crohn’s. Protection Status
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