Five ways meditation reduces stress

Do you ever find yourself running around, feeling completely stressed out and too tired to enjoy life? This feeling is all too common in society today. Regrettably, it’s a daily problem for many of us and reason we all need to know the five benefits of a 3-minute meditation.

Between slogging at work, taking care of family, other everyday jobs and schedules, it often feels like too much for one person to handle. Committing to meditation is a lifestyle change that will help you decrease stress and find internal calm and peace. 

Meditation teaches you to slow everything down. It goes against everything we’ve ever been taught, which is to accomplish more, do more and be more. A daily meditation is an effective way to maintain mental stability and nurture your well-being. 

The benefits are greater than you may imagine and some of these advantages are: 

1. A Happier You

We all are only trying to live a happier and more joyful life? Meditation consists of a intensive reflection of yourself and your thoughts. It is time that you spend giving gratitude for what you have in your life, appreciating the small blessings around you and communicating an affectionate kindness for yourself and other people around you. It tends to make you and those around you happier. It also helps you feel more connected to your people, humanity and nature.

2. Better Brain Function

The whole point of meditation is to exercise your mind and stop the endless series of repetitive thoughts. We often forget how influential the brain is and how significant it is to exercise, give it a break and cultivate it. Meditation makes your attention span and memory better and improves your concentration. Quietening the mind decreases anxiety and increases creativity and emotional stability.

3. Less Stress & Aging

Stress will control your life if you don’t manage it. Meditation helps to stop speedy thoughts and releases toxic energy from your body. A reduction in stress and undesirable thoughts improves working of the brain. It is also linked to slowing  down of aging, improves immunity and helps fight diseases. Meditation helps with dealing with  anxiety by reducing stress, blood pressure and improving energy levels.

4. Improved levels of sleep

Sleep scarcity is a major issue for many people these days. Long hours at work, missing exercise and doing too many things at once is becoming the  norm. Ironically, when we abandon our health, our efficiency, joy and quality of sleep goes down. When this happens, we get stuck in an infinite loop of tiredness and fatigue, we begin over-caffeinating and eventually reach our point of  burnout. Taking a few minutes out of each day to quieten your mind and practice gratitude and meditation will expand your quality of life, well-being and your ability to get a good night’s sleep.

5. Weight Loss

Weight loss is a major concern for a lot of people. Why not take the appropriate action to improve your metabolism? With reduced stress, more energy and a wholesome awareness of the breath, you’re on the right road to losing weight!

To conclude, meditation is a practice and instrument that everyone can derive benefit from in some way or the other. Regardless of how you relax and reduce stress in your own life, we hope you will move self-care to the top of your priority list.

 
Juhi Jaiswal
Writer, Teacher, and Psychologist

Juhi Jaiswal identifies herself as a rat-race dropout and a chai drinker who finds comfort in rains, dogs and hugs. She considers herself as a full-time philosopher,  an experimental cook and a feminist. Juhi is qualified to be a psychologist but decided to be a writer and teacher. She believes that life’s utter meaninglessness is exactly what makes it so precious.

 

Juhi Jaiswal
Writer, Teacher, and Psychologist

Juhi Jaiswal identifies herself as a rat-race dropout and a chai drinker who finds comfort in rains, dogs and hugs. She considers herself as a full-time philosopher,  an experimental cook and a feminist. Juhi is qualified to be a psychologist but decided to be a writer and teacher. She believes that life’s utter meaninglessness is exactly what makes it so precious.

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