Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Relax Your Body with Meditation Benefits
When the Western scientist began to study the effects of meditation in the 70s they noticed that the heart rate, perspiration and other signs of stress decreased as the mediator relaxed. It has been scientifically shown that mediation works; it is a harmless as well as a simple way to balance a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states. It is effortless and can benefit everybody obviously with practice.
The ability to relax and experience peace is a way to gain respite from distressing thoughts, worries and the information, especially when you have an unusually stressful day.
Meditation therapy helps reduce stress by taking the mind away from focusing on problems and creating negative energy.
"The National Institutes of Health found that 80 to 90 percent of all illnesses are caused by stress, either directly or indirectly," Oakes says. "Clearly, something more than positive thinking, counseling, morale boosters or even traditional exercise is needed. Transcendental meditation technique was found to be more than twice as effective at reducing stress than any other form of relaxation."
Nowadays, yoga with meditation music is employed as an effective sound therapy in order to relieve major disorders like depression, strain and sleeplessness. The combination of music and meditation calms down your soul and brain and interlinks them. The connection between body and mind brings out peace and contentment in your life. When you give your ear to the heavenly music tones, your brain starts responding to the frequencies of music that results in relaxation to nerves and sound mental status.