Infographic: How Meditation Can Save Your Life By Reducing Stress

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Meditation exercises the mind in the same way we exercise our body. This “brain training” can help us deal with stress in a healthy way. And since health issues like cardiovascular disease, anxiety, addiction, sleeplessness, and other ailments are at least in some part stress-induced, meditation has the power to reduce the symptoms of some debilitating diseases and health issues.

Check out this meditation infographic for more science-backed specifics on the health benefits of a regular meditation practice.

Anti-Stress Meditation Infographic

 

 

 

*Thanks to BestMedicalDegrees.com for doing the health research and putting this meditation infographic together!

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Melissa Eisler

Melissa Eisler is an ICF certified leadership and career coach, certified meditation and yoga instructor, and author. She created Mindful Minutes to offer practical, relatable anecdotes and tips on how to bring mindfulness into the busyness of the digital age. Her intention is to share what she learns about overcoming her own challenges with meditation, mindfulness, and life balance while maintaining a challenging schedule and career. Learn more about Melissa here.

2 Comments

  1. Margaret Fryer on April 15, 2017 at 10:13 am

    Hello Melissa,
    I am a fellow blogger. My site is called ‘Mindfulness Way to Happiness’ https://www.tracyfryer.com. I really like your site and will keep an eye on it. Please have a peek at mine and tell me what you think. If you want to share anything or do an interview, please let me know.
    I really enjoy getting to know other mindfulness practitioners because there aren’t many in the wilds of Fife.
    Yours,
    Tracy

    • Melissa Eisler on April 19, 2017 at 1:36 pm

      Hi Margaret! Thank you so much for your kind note! I will certainly check out your site and look forward to staying connected. :)

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