Benefits of Meditation, Repeated Again
Apr 2019


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Benefits of Meditation, Repeated Again

So, you think that meditation is a more effective way of going to sleep than counting sheep? Or is it a better alternative to watching reruns on TV?

Well for some, that may be true. However, for those who practice meditation with a strong conviction, the benefits of meditation are far greater than being able to fall asleep faster. Essentially, meditation was designed to help people free their mind from life’s constant conflicts. It promises to give people a deeper sense of relaxation and a higher control of themselves. The benefits of meditation even include understanding one’s self as it is viewed to be a process that will lead people to self-awareness.

The benefits of meditation have been known to humans ever since it was first practiced over 5000 years ago. This article will discuss some of them in detail and will outline the mental as well as various health benefits of this practice.

There's scientific proof showing the benefits of meditation. In individuals who are meditating, brain scans called MRIs have demonstrated an increase in activity in areas that control metabolism and heart rate. Different studies on Buddhist monks have shown that meditation creates long-lasting changes in the brain areas involved in attention, working memory, learning, and conscious perception. 

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1. Reduce stress

    Since meditation helps calm the mind and relax the individual, it helps a lot in reducing stress. This is usually achieved through the breathing exercises that form a part of the practice. It’s been proven that the relaxing outcome from meditation helps lower metabolism, bring down blood pressure, improve heart rate, normalize breathing, and brain waves. Furthermore, decreases tension and tightness from muscles as the body receives a quiet message to relax.

    Some health experts have found out that some people who have been diagnosed to be suffering from too much stress and extreme anxiety need not be treated with drugs. The benefits of meditation were once again proven in the study of these people. They found out that engaging in meditation is a good panic attack prevention method. (Please note that the health experts that found this works is for some people, but not all. Always speak with your doctor first.)

    Stress reduction is one of the main reasons why people take up meditation. Such are many ways of how meditation can help relieve stress and tension. 

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    2. Various health benefits

      There are many documented cases where meditation was shown to have helped in the curing of an illness. A landmark study was done in 1976 by an Australian psychiatrist named Ainslie Meares which was published in the Medical Journal of Australia. The study documented how a patient’s cancer regressed after sessions of intensive meditation. Meditation is also known to lower blood pressure levels, which is beneficial to patients who are at risk of hypertension and other heart-related conditions.Furthermore persistent daily meditation practice over several months has shown to remove all forms of depression as well as the addiction of any form. 

      3. Improves concentration

        One practice in meditation involves focusing on a particular object, such as a candlelight, or reciting a mantra. Doing activities like these have been shown to improve a person’s concentration levels. 


        4. Acceptance of events

          Another aspect of meditation is the ability to take things as they are. This helps a lot in reducing a person’s frustrations over things he or she cannot control. People who will surely benefit from this include those who are undergoing anger management.

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