Meditation could be the key to your stress problems

Shelby Sheehan-Bernard, BND: Stress. It seems everywhere we go, there’s an email to read, a text to send, a task to complete. If you’re seeking a way to ease your response to modern life’s stressors and overstimulation, mindfulness meditation may be the answer. Current research in the field, including a 2014 study published in JAMA Internal Medicine from researchers at Johns Hopkins University, is continuing to uncover the benefits of a consistent meditation practice, such as its ability to help reduce anxiety …

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  • I really enjoyed this post on mindfulness meditation. I’ve been learning more about the practice, and when I speak to other people often try to refute the misconceptions mentioned in this article. Also, as a beginning meditator, I found the tips to be very helpful. I think mindfulness meditation is a great way to relieve stress and begin the day on a positive note. Also, I’m looking forward to reading the book by Sharon Salzberg referenced in the article!


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