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Meditation How to Get Started

In today’s fast-paced world, it is imperative to make time for restorative activities. Allow yourself to create the balance you need for healthy tissue repair and regeneration. Meditation improves state of mind, physical well-being, quality of life, and self-awareness. For patients with chronic disease, meditation has especially powerful effects. Remaining present and observant under challenging situations can improve the stress response. Strengthening your meditative abilities can also reduce the negative physical effects of stress.

If mediation is supported in the medical literature and has been around for thousands of years, why don’t more people meditate? Time management is the obstacle for many. Setting the time aside to meditate can be challenging when people have many roles and responsibilities. Yet meditation actually improves productivity and mood while promoting health. Even in small doses, meditation changes brainwaves and improves resilience.

Meditation has been practiced by many cultures all over the world to create and sustain a focused, present mental state. Meditation can be defined as focused, contemplative time. Usually practiced in a quiet location, meditation changes heart rate, breathing, and cortisol responses. Meditation affects the entire body in a positive way. People meditate while lying down, sitting, or walking, as long as they can achieve a calm and positive state of mind.

It only takes a few minutes a day to improve your health!

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