Manage your Mental and Emotional Health with Meditation -

Manage your Mental and Emotional Health with Meditation

Mental health benefits of meditation include better focus and concentration, improved self-awareness and self-esteem, lower levels of stress and anxiety and fostering kindness.

Meditation is a way of connecting with a natural state of mind that is spacious and clear. It’s not eliminating thoughts, but noticing when our mind is busy or racing. Meditation can help you connect with the breath and bring calmness to the mind.

Meditation Videos

● Jyotir Dhyan technique
● Om Meditation
● Nadanusandhana
● Visualization Meditation
● Visualization Meditation
● Cyclic Meditation

Meditation is considered a mind-body integrative therapy and can be used alongside standard or conventional medical treatment. Meditation is generally considered safe and uses concentration or reflection to relax the body and calm the mind.

Health benefits of Meditation, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

● When Meditation is used along with standard medical treatment, it may help lower blood pressure.
● Meditation-based programs may help reduce some menopause symptoms, including hot flashes, sleep and mood disturbances, stress, and muscle and joint pain.
● Some evidence shows meditation can help lessen anxiety, depression and pain.
● For some cancer patients, meditation has been shown to help relieve anxiety, stress, fatigue, and improve sleep and mood, when used along with standard medical treatment.

Why do people with cancer meditate?

One of the main reasons people with cancer use meditation is to help them to feel better. Meditation can reduce anxiety and stress. It might also help control problems such as, pain, difficulty sleeping, feeling sick, high blood pressure, reduce stress and anxiety.

It can take time to feel the benefits of meditation. At first you might feel more stressed as you see how busy your mind is. But if you keep trying to meditate for even a short time each day, you will find that it gets easier. Gradually you’ll feel calmer and less stressed. Regular practice is key.

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