Meditation has many benefits, and in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the moment of being present and seeking peace has never been more important. Help us find the much-needed inner peace.
1# Better Adaptation to Body
Many of us have constant conversations in our minds every day. Meditation encourages direct experience, or the silent experience of pure sensation. This is how you learn to deal with your body.
2# Help deal with unpleasant situations
Leaving the comfort zone strengthens and leads to personal growth. Meditation teaches you to feel uncomfortable, to not be nervous, open doors to new opportunities when you are more comfortable, ask for a raise, have difficult conversations, or accomplish other things which are usually avoided.
3# Changes in Gene Expression
Studies have shown that mindfulness meditation can induce molecular changes in the body, thereby reducing the level of pro-inflammatory genes, which means you can recover from stress situations more quickly.
4# Meditation can help Fight Addiction
Mindfulness practice allows you to better control your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors, and allows you to better control your subconscious habits and addictions. Research shows that mindfulness-based interventions can help treat alcohol, smoking, opioid and other drug addictions.
5# Meditation encourages a Sense of Responsibility
Self-inquiry leads to self-knowledge. Meditation teaches you to recognize your actions and behaviors and stop denying or lying about problems in your life.
6# Making Better Decisions
Constantly moving means that we often make impulsive decisions. Because meditation can help you slow down, you can make better decisions and reduce mistakes at home and work.
7# Elevated brain waves
A study by the University of Wisconsin found that Zen monks exhibit increased beta waves and increased gamma wave intensity.
8# Changes in the anterior wedge
The anterior wedge is a part of the brain that is usually related to brain functions. It processes mental images related to self and memory. A study found that meditation changed the structure of the front wedge.
9# Increases the thickness of the corpus callosum
The function of the corpus callosum is to connect the two hemispheres of the brain. Scientists believe that the function of this part of the brain is related to the motor, sensory and cognitive functions in between. A study found that meditation increased the thickness of the corpus callosum.
10# Changes in the amygdala
The amygdala is a group of almond-shaped neurons responsible for regulating emotions, survival instincts and memory. Research on meditation and decompression showed that after eight years of mindfulness practice, participants had structural changes in their amygdala.
11# EEG activity slows down
EEG activity is the electrical activity and brain wave activity in the brain. Studies of different meditation states and EEG, ERP and neuroimaging studies have shown that meditation slows the brain’s EEG activity.
Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to constantly change in response to new information, behavior, and stimuli. The general idea is that your brain will change as you age and new ideas grow. Studies have shown that meditation affects brain neuroplasticity and helps brain development.
13# Meditation improves Metabolism
Meditation practice may motivate you to do more exercise, yoga or other exercises, and research has also shown that there is a link between mindfulness and improved metabolism.
14# Improves Digestion
The balance of mind and body and the decompression effects of meditation are very beneficial to your digestive system. It can relieve symptoms of indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and other health problems.
15# More Energy
Keeping your mind and body in contact and relieving stress will keep you energized. Meditation will help you reduce the feeling of being overwhelmed by emotions and prepare you to move around or accept new projects.
16# Better Impulse Control
Through mindfulness exercises, you will learn to concentrate and breathe, which will help you control your emotions and impulses.
17# Meditation releases Endorphins
Practicing meditation will release endorphins and lower cortisol levels, making you feel happier and more alert.
18# Reduces Social Isolation
Another study examining the relationship between loving-kindness meditation and social connections found that the social isolation of study participants was reduced.
19# Induces Compassion
In a nine-week randomized controlled study, researchers observed an increase in compassion and self-compassion among participants who practiced meditation.
20# More Patience
Researchers found that compared with the research group who received relaxation training, short-term meditation training improved concentration and control, thereby improving patience.
21# Improves Self-Esteem
A study on meditation for teenagers shows that meditation is an effective way to improve students’ self-esteem, and because it gives them the opportunity to help them solve their difficulties in school and coping mechanisms at home and to enhance self-awareness.
According to 5 different studies on mindfulness and forgiveness, mindfulness and meditation are useful in increasing the level of forgiveness because people are more open, accepting and elevating. pity.
23# Emotion Regulation
Mindfulness meditation has shown in several studies that through regular practice, it can help a person better regulate and control their emotions. When practiced with other forms of mindfulness, it can help people who are struggling to maintain their emotions. Emotions are under control.
24# Better dealing with Money
Mindfulness exercises bring intentions into your actions to improve all aspects of your life. Meditation can reduce financial stress and anxiety, and teach healthier financial management habits.
25# Better Communication Skills
Meditation can reduce anxiety and increase compassion and empathy, thereby helping you communicate better.
26# You can control ADHD
According to a study published in the Journal of Attention Disorders, mindfulness meditation training can help alleviate the symptoms of adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
27# Meditation can help treat mental disorders
The way meditation interacts with the brain can help relieve some of the symptoms and effects of certain mental illnesses. In some cases, this can ease or reduce the need for medication & helps prevent disease. Several studies have shown that meditation can help people with cancer, high blood pressure, menopause, digestive problems, etc.
28# It will help you find your goal
Meditation allows you to dig into your inner self, discover your true passion, and ultimately help you discover what makes you happy and find meaning.
29# Meditation allows you to escape
You may face pressure on a regular basis and take on more work and responsibilities. Meditation, where you focus on your breath and look inward, provides a rare idea of escaping from you.
30# Improving performance in sporting events
31# Normalizing your ideal weight
32# Coordinating our endocrine system
33# Relaxing our nervous system
34# Helping us focus on mind games
35# Inducing permanent positive changes in paper brain electrical activity
36# Treatment of infertility (stress associated with infertility can interfere with the production of hormones that regulate ovulation).
37# Helps develop sexual energy and libido
36# Cultivate self-confidence.
37# Increase’s serotonin levels and affects mood and behavior.
38# Eliminate fears
39# Help control your thoughts
40# Help you concentrate
41# Increase creativity
42# Increase the coherence of brain waves.
43# Improve learning ability and memory.
44# More vigor and vitality.
45# Increases emotional stability.
46# Improves interpersonal relationships
47# Brain ageing is slower
48# Bad habits are easier to get rid of
49# Develops intuition
50# Improves productivity
51# Improves the relationship between family and work
52# The ability to see problems, more clarity
54# Improves the ability to solve complex problems
55# Purifies your character
56# Cultivates willpower
57# Better communication between the two halves of the brain
58# You respond faster and more effectively to stressful events.
59# Improved cognitive and motor skills
60# Greater intellectual growth
61# Improved job satisfaction
62# Improved ability to have close contact with relatives
63# Reduce potential mental illness
64# Better behaviors, more sociable
65# Reduce Aggressiveness
66# Helping quit smoking, smoking, and alcohol addiction
67# Reduce the need and dependence on drugs, pills and drugs
68# Need less sleep to recover from sleep deprivation
69# Need less time to fall asleep and fall asleep helps Insomnia
70# Increased sense of responsibility
71# Reduced aggressive traffic
72# Reduced critical thoughts
73# Reduced tendency to fear
74# Improved listening and empathy skills
75# Helps make more accurate judgments
76# Improved tolerance
77# Provide calm, careful and constructive action
78# Stabilize and balance inner personality
79# Develop emotional maturity
80# Help you see things through perspective
81# Provide peace and happiness
82# Helps you find your goal
83# Enhances self-realization.
85# More wisdom
86# Better understanding of yourself and others
87# Coordination of body, mind, and spirit
88# Greater spiritual relaxation
89# Greater self-acceptance
90# Helping you learn to forgive
91# Build a deeper relationship with your God
92# Change View of life
93# Gaining enlightenment
94# Greater inner direction
95# Helping to live in the present
96# The ability to create an ever-expanding and deeper love
97# Discover the power to transcend yourself
98# Experience the inner feeling “safety or knowledge”
99# Experience the feeling of “oneness”
100# Increases the synchronization of life