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Is Hot Yoga Good for You?

Yoga can be traced back to ancient India, and though research is limited, studies suggest it is safe for most people and may have multiple benefits, including easing chronic low-back pain and improving some heart disease risk factors. But even less is known about hot yoga, a more recent form of the mind-body practice. Hot yoga is performed in a room heated to between 80 degrees and 105 degrees Fahrenheit and may be more physically rigorous than regular yoga, making practitioners susceptible to dehydration and muscle injuries, said Casey Mace, an assistant professor of public health at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Wash.

“People may assume the…

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