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Here's How to Do Anxiety Meditation

 In life, we will always face various kinds of pressure, whether caused by other people or because of ourselves. Stress produces anxiety disorders which ultimately affect health. Anxiety disorders can be treated with various approaches, one of which is meditation. There is a separate technique for meditation anxiety disorder which will be explained below.

 

When the stresses in life are beyond what we can bear, it causes an imbalance between body and mind. Meditation can help us achieve a balance between body and mind. With meditation we can realize the fact that what makes us stressed and anxious is actually not as bad as imagined. So meditation is a way to get closer to yourself, to be aware of yourself, to listen to your own voice.


Meditation is also a process of examining one's own mind. Disturbing thoughts and thoughts that come to mind all the time will occupy brain space, drain our energy, and prevent us from feeling happy. Meditation practice makes it possible to be aware of every thought we have.


Practicing meditation regularly will train us to maintain the focus of our lives and return to what we really want. Meditation is also sufficient to help improve concentration. The benefits that can be obtained from meditation are not empty words, there has been a lot of scientific evidence that proves that regular meditation will indeed bring some changes to the body.


According to research from the University of Monterey, meditation can increase people's tolerance for discomfort and pain. The report states that when 13 meditators and 13 non-meditators were exposed to the same amount of heat, brain scan measurements showed that 13 meditators exhibited lower pain levels, meaning their pain was less intense.


Dr Fadel Zeidan held a total of four 20-minute sessions to practice meditation. A total of 15 volunteers who had never been exposed to meditation participated. The volunteers were monitored by MRI of the arteries before and after meditation. The goal was to test brain activity during exposure to heat pain. The report showed that after the volunteers meditated for more than an hour, their pain was reduced by about 40%, and the discomfort caused by the pain was reduced by 57%. Morphine, a painkiller, can only reduce pain by about 25%.


Research published by Dr Sara Lazard claims that meditation changes the brain. From a neurological point of view, due to the plasticity of the brain's nerves, certain neural circuits will be reconnected during meditation, helping to change people's thoughts and thoughts as a whole, and personality and mentality will also change, making people feel that the body and mind are full of love With kindness, too. become more empathetic and compassionate.

Here's How to Do Anxiety Meditation


Dr Sara Lazard also points out that the practice of mindfulness meditation can help the brain fight off responses to feared things, constantly reminding patients that these things do not pose any threat, allowing patients to regulate their emotions and reduce anxiety disorders.


Meditation can also reduce bad moods including depression. A study conducted by Dr Filip Raes on 400 students in five Belgian secondary schools showed that 400 students who took a meditation course showed signs of decreasing bad mood, and the effect lasted for more than 6 months.


How to do easy meditation anxiety disorder. Cross-legged will be better, we can focus, and see changes in our hearts, people and things around us. When a person sits cross-legged, the body looks stable like a pyramid, and the human body's Qi channel is in the center of the body, which is easier to circulate than the Qi channel. Some people find it difficult to sit cross-legged, but they may also choose to sit on a chair or sofa with their feet on the floor.

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