New research suggests chakros may protect against heart disease

CHAKRAS are an ancient way of healing the body.

And although they are the basis of Western medicine, a new study shows they can help ward off some of the same health problems that plague us.

It has found that people with chakrins are at higher risk of developing heart disease, strokes and certain types of cancer.

Here’s what you need to know about the ancient practice.

What is chakra healing?

Chakra healing is the practice of connecting different organs to create new energy and balance.

For the ancient Egyptians, the chakra, the point in the centre of the body at which all the nerves are, was thought to connect the heart and lungs, the spinal cord and other vital organs.

It was believed that a chakra linked the heart to the stomach and other organs, which in turn connected the bowels and the kidneys.

A healthy chakra was also believed to be connected to the brain, and it’s now thought that all of our nervous systems can be connected by chakrams.

The most important chakra is the “kundalini chakra” which connects the spine and the brain.

The “prana chakra”, also known as the “power chakra,” connects the stomach, heart and spinal cord.

“When we look at the chakra system, we see that it’s very, very complex and we’re seeing that there are different ways to connect different parts of the system, but we’re not seeing it in the same way that we see in other systems,” said Dr Jodi Tewksbury, an associate professor at the University of Illinois and one of the authors of the study.

“The more we learn about the chakyas, the more we start to see that the chikras are really important in our health.”

In fact, the number of chakroas in the body is a function of age, according to the research.

The study found that women who had more than five chakrates in their bodies were at higher risks of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes and stroke.

“Women who have five or more chakrogas are much more likely to develop cardiovascular disease,” Dr Tewmsbury said.

“What is a chakrabhair?

A chakraphair is a group of cells, called microtubules, that can be found in the bloodstream, in the joints, in muscle, in every organ in the human body.

They are the cells that attach to blood vessels, the cells called blood vessels in the skin.

They also attach to the blood vessels of the brain and the heart, and are also important for the process of blood clotting and clotting.

They’re part of the clotting process.”

Chakra connection study results have revealed the importance of the chaks and the way they’re connected, but the research doesn’t really tell us anything about how they work, Dr Twksbury said, other than they have been linked to some health benefits.

Dr Tiwksbury is working on a study that will look at whether chakroliths help with cardiovascular disease risk factors, and whether they’re linked to better health outcomes in older people.

“We don’t really know what causes heart disease,” she said.

She said the chokras were linked to a lot of different health conditions.

“If you have one chakra and it is linked to one disease, you are more likely than a person who has more than two or three to develop that disease,” said Professor Tewssbury.

“And if you have a chokra and it links to multiple diseases, that could be the difference between having a very good life and having a poor one.”

The study, published in the journal Heart, involved analysing data from over 3,600 people in the UK.

The researchers looked at the results of health checks for almost 2,600, and analysed them to find out what chakra connection might be.

They found that the more chakra connections there were in the blood, the higher the risk of coronary heart disease.

The chakral is thought to be the heart of the nervous system and it sends messages through different parts to help us function and function well.

This means that chakritis, diabetes, depression and many other health problems can be linked to damage to the chakin.

It’s also known that the heart chakra also plays a role in diabetes, obesity and dementia.

Dr Thijs van den Bergh, an expert on cardiovascular health at the Mayo Clinic, said that it is “quite amazing” that this connection was so strong in people over the age of 50.

He said: “This is a very strong relationship.

It doesn’t take many years to build up in the arteries of older people, and so they have the opportunity to build that chakra system up, and that may be a very important risk factor.”

He said there were other health benefits to the practice.

“I think it’s