Want to reduce anxiety, and increase cognitive ability and memory? Try meditation

Nicole Tsong, Seattle Times: Meditation can help your brain become more mindful and conscious, creating stability, clarity and emotional balance.

Like a workout, meditation has its good days and its tough ones. Some days when I meditate, I spend much of the time making lists, hoping desperately I’ll remember them by the end of my 15 to 20 minutes. Sometimes, I can barely sit still. Some days, I feel calm. I spend more time focusing on my breath than distractions.

Like a physical workout, no matter how it felt during the activity, I always feel better afterward.

Meditation is a training …

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