Wildmind Meditation News
Apr 02, 2011
While most people are aware that meditation can help us to relax, a group of University of South Australia researchers hope to prove that a daily dose of meditation can do much more.
They have begun a research project investigating stress responses in people who meditate regularly compared to people who are long-term carers and who do not meditate.
Behavioural neuroscience researcher Dr Maarten Immink says ultimately the project aims to show that meditation reduces stress and that it can have physical as well as mental function benefits for people who live in higher stress situations.
“Previous research has already shown that meditation helps with attention, memory and decision making,” he says.
“The general notion of meditation is not to avoid stress but to …