Want to relax? Want to boost brain power? Different types of meditation elicit qualitatively different influences on human physiology and behavior.
Exercise programs that challenge the mind while mimicking daily tasks may prevent cognitive decline and improve overall brain health in older adults.
Studies show how there could be strong scientific proof that meditation could help even the most debilitating psychological disorders.
A recent study found that a compound in strawberries and mangoes can actually reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and help prevent memory loss.
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Meditation must be experienced first-hand to be appreciated, but science shows how meditation can reduce stress, pain, and trigger lasting genetic changes.
Did you know that mediation has been proven to be more effective than morphine at treating chronic pain? One study found a 57% reduction in pain.
A study published in the online journal Neurology shows that reading and writing could help keep your mind sharper for longer while staving off memory loss.
It is said that a daily five minute practice of the 2,500-years-old Five Tibetans will result in adding an entire decade to your life span. Do you do it?