Benefits of Meditation





Why Meditate?


Meditation is now recommended more than ever, and for good reason. Stress reduction is only the beginning!

It’s estimated that physicians have prescribed meditation to more than three million people in America, and there’s plenty of research to demonstrate how meditation physically changes our brains for the better.

Meditation gets the credit for everything from pain relief to a stronger immune system.

Now widely accepted, meditation is being used by Fortune 500 corporations and the military to make a big impact on the wellness of their people.

From simple stress relief to incredible pain reduction and manifesting the life of your dreams, meditation can be the answer.

The daily practice of meditation relaxes the mind and body, making a remarkable impact on mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing.

Benefits of Meditation

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Slows the heart rate

Meditation slows the heart rate.

Due in part to the deep, slow breathing and the subsequent relaxation, a person’s heart rate begins to slow almost instantly upon starting meditation.

Lowers blood pressure

Meditation lowers blood pressure.

Regular meditation leads to deep levels of relaxation. This rejuvenation is an antidote to high levels of stress, which are the most common contributor to high blood pressure. Research indicates that this deep rest helps the body regain balance, restoring its systems to optimum functioning.

Raises helpful hormones

Meditation raises levels of helpful hormones.

Studies have shown that meditation increases your brain’s levels of the beneficial hormones GABA, DHEA, melatonin, serotonin, HGH and endorphins.

Decreases harmful hormones

According to research, meditation can reduce levels of stress hormones, including cortisol and adrenaline. Overproduction of cortisol in the body can accelerate aging, increase abdominal fat, increase bad cholesterol and elevate blood pressure. Meditation helps decrease these risk factors for heart attack and stroke.

Boosts the immune system

Meditation boosts the immune system.

Chronic stress keeps the body in a state of detrimental activation, which increases wear and tear on biological systems. Meditation offers rest and deep relaxation so the body can come into balance.

Restructures the brain

Meditation restructures the brain.

Extensive research indicates that meditation rewires, restructures and physically changes the brain. Studies demonstrate that meditation helps the areas of the brain associated with stress shrink, while growing the areas associated with a positive mental attitude, self-awareness and compassion.


Improves insomnia & other sleep disorders

Meditation improves insomnia and other sleep disorders.

Meditation is a great sleep aid largely because it raises levels of melatonin in the body. But those who meditate also have other advantages in getting a good night’s sleep. The breathing techniques used in meditation, paired with the ability to quiet the mind, are the best sleep-inducing prescriptions available.

Improves emotional and psychological health

Meditation improves emotional and psychological health conditions such as: anxiety, depression, hyperactivity, and attention deficit disorder.

Meditation favorably impacts psychological and emotional conditions including anxiety, depression, hyperactivity and attention deficit disorder. Meditation can help cultivate a more positive mental state, better focus and more clarity. This deep relaxation can alter the anxious, uneasy effects of anxiety, and relieve the hopelessness of depression.

Opens you to intuition and inspiration

Meditation opens you to intuition and inspiration.

We all have intuition: it’s those built-in gut feelings, hunches and inspirations. When you meditate regularly, intuition and inspiration are abundant. For those who believe in prayer, think of prayer as the talking piece and mediation as the listening piece. When we pray, we’re talking, asking, begging. But when are we ever quiet long enough to hear the answers? Meditation allows us to be still, be silent and listen for guidance.

Helps you become a kinder person

Meditation helps you become a kinder person.

People who meditate, according to research, are more positive and more empathic. They laugh more and have more compassion towards those around them.