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Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health

Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it
Science is beginning to show that meditation can have a major impact on the way our brain and bodies function, write Jonathan Krygier and Andrew Kemp.

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Shows benefits of meditation on mental health.

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Tyler's curator insight, January 10, 2013 11:04 AM

Meditation has always been an intriguing form of stress relief to me. Of the many different techniques, this one seems to be the most difficult for people to do. To be able to seperate our mind from the world around us is a daunting task, which is why I am glad that I found this article. This helped tremendously with my education on the subject, and I walked away far more intrigued than I was beforehand. Although I will probably stick to easier ways of reducing stress, I am glad that I at least was able to learn a bit more about meditation and the benefits that it brings.

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Does P90X do the job?

Does P90X do the job? | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it

Check out this fantastic write-up about P90X. Review the before as well as after pictures of true P90X individuals, also look at the equipment utilized. Learn if it happens to be the correct program for you.


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Displays why the P90X program is so successful.

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When The Doctor Says This Won’t Hurt A Bit — And Incredibly, It’s True

When The Doctor Says This Won’t Hurt A Bit — And Incredibly, It’s True | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it
A six-year-old smashes into a door and gets a head wound; but an extraordinary emergency room doctor stitches her up without her even noticing.

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Shows how hypnosis can also be used in pain reduction.

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Mark Barrus's comment, September 13, 2013 7:52 PM
pediatric sedation and analgesia.
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What Exercise Does For You – The Benefits of Regular Fitness

What Exercise Does For You – The Benefits of Regular Fitness | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it
Exercise is critical to your overall health and well-being. Exercise makes both your body and mind healthier.

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Shows some of the benefits of working out and maintaining physical health.

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Ellen Diane's curator insight, March 14, 2013 10:53 AM

just finished teaching an intense interval class;) you would be amazed at what we do- ages 40 thru 80-

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Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health

Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it
Science is beginning to show that meditation can have a major impact on the way our brain and bodies function, write Jonathan Krygier and Andrew Kemp.

Via Sakis Koukouvis
Brady Wyman's insight:

Shows benefits of meditation on mental health.

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Tyler's curator insight, January 10, 2013 11:04 AM

Meditation has always been an intriguing form of stress relief to me. Of the many different techniques, this one seems to be the most difficult for people to do. To be able to seperate our mind from the world around us is a daunting task, which is why I am glad that I found this article. This helped tremendously with my education on the subject, and I walked away far more intrigued than I was beforehand. Although I will probably stick to easier ways of reducing stress, I am glad that I at least was able to learn a bit more about meditation and the benefits that it brings.

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Meditation Prepares Brain for Future Emotions

Meditation Prepares Brain for Future Emotions | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it

Meditating to prepare yourself for future emotions. People have been doing it for ages, but the longterm emotional effect was never scientifically proven. Now it has. American researchers recorded activity changes in peoples brain, after meditation.


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Shows how meditation can increase emotional stability to allow better coping with stress.

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Meditation Leads to Compassionate Behavior

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Meditation doesn’t just make you a better person mentally and physically, but it could also make you a better person when it comes to compassion.

A new study from Northeastern University and Harvard University researchers shows that meditation can improve compassion and do-gooder behavior. The new findings are published in the journal Psychological Science.


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Shows the effect of meditation on mental state.

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Miles Goetz's comment, April 10, 2013 8:06 PM
This confirms a suspicion/thesis I have had for a while. I've always believed that by sitting and reflecting and clearing our minds of clutter, we can truly better ourselves. For a while, I was bored with meditation, but I can safely say that this article reassured me in my pursuit of inner peace and enlightenment. I only hope that many others can find this enlightening truth out for themselves; perhaps then we might be able to get somewhere as a species.
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Hourly exercise breaks make workers fitter and companies more successful

Hourly exercise breaks make workers fitter and companies more successful | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it

Overit Media's employees can tell the time by whether they're doing leg lifts or tricep dips, and they're convinced their workout programme is good for the company's bottom line. 


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Provides an example of how exercise can benefit more than just the person working out.

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annie garfoot's curator insight, March 23, 2013 8:24 AM

Doesn’t the hourly rhythm disrupt workflow? What if you’re right in the middle of something when a migration of colleagues and the wafting sounds of Salt-N-Pepa begin to beckon...? 

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Hypnotherapy - Hypnosis - WebMD

Hypnotherapy - Hypnosis - WebMD | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it
Learn more from WebMD about the role of hypnotherapy, or hypnosis, in treating behavioral, physical and psychological conditions.

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A variety of information about hynosis and hypnotherapy and how it can affect general well-being.

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How Mindfulness Meditation Works In The Brain

How Mindfulness Meditation Works In The Brain | Effect of Workout, Meditation, and Hypnosis on Body | Scoop.it
Mindfulness may be so successful in helping with a range of conditions, from depression to pain, by working as a sort of "volume knob" for sensations, according to a new review of studies from Brown University researchers.

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Displays potential health benefits of mindfulness meditation.

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, March 20, 2013 9:15 AM

"We think we're the first [research] group to propose an underlying neurophysiological mechanism that directly links the actual practice of mindful awareness of breath and body sensations to the kinds of cognitive and emotional benefits that mindfulness confers." 
- Catherine Kerr

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/14/mindfulness-meditation-brain_n_2680087.html#slide=1363207

Joanna Boj's curator insight, March 21, 2013 5:33 AM

Very interesting, finally we're getting an insight into how mindfulness works on the physiological level.