It’s no secret that technology has done some incredible things for humanity. We can see and talk to a loved one from across the world and are now able to fight diseases that were thought to be incurable a short time ago. But these advancements have come at a great cost. The modern world has lost its focus. We are more connected than ever with one another, but we’re more anxious and isolated than ever before. Mindfulness exercises like meditation are great ways to fight this trend and gain a true sense of clarity. The science is starting to show the incredible benefits of these exercises.
Here are 3 ways that mindfulness can affect the brain:
1. Lowers Blood Pressure:
According to WebMD, mindfulness exercises like meditation are proven to promote relaxation and lower blood pressure.
2. Improves Concentration:
Our busy lives might have been made slightly easier at times by the convenience of smart phones, but they haven’t necessarily made them better. Mindfulness exercises are scientifically proven to promote concentration by asking the participant to focus on one thing and one thing only.
3. Lowers Stress, Boosts Immunity
Mindfulness exercises are great at fighting stress and anxiety. This stress reduction has a notable positive affect on the body’s immune system.
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