Meditation is good but deep breathing is better for stress relief.
Meditation is a great way to alleviate the pressure of stress but new research from Stanford University shows that breathing exercises are even more effective than mindfulness medication.
January 23, 2023
Don't neglect your spirit when it comes to your physical health
Scientists at the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital found that spirituality should be incorporated into care for serious illness and overall health as it results in better health outcomes and patient care.
July 18, 2022
Yoga and meditation could be used as an alternative to medication for chronic pain.
A total of 89 percent of respondents in an eight-week study said yoga and meditation helped them find better ways to cope with their chronic pain.
October 05, 2020
Meditation could help prevent coronary artery disease.
Researchers found a much lower prevalence of coronary artery disease among people who regularly meditate.
August 03, 2020
Listening to classical music might become a novel therapy for epilepsy patients.
Researchers in Canada saw epilepsy patients reduce their seizure count by 35 percent after listening to Mozart daily for three months.
June 15, 2020
Deaths of despair are on the rise but a new study shows how to reverse that trend.
Researchers from Harvard University found people who attend religious services at least once per week are significantly less likely to die from deaths of despair.
May 18, 2020
Meditation can have a dramatic impact on more than just your mental health
If you need to be at your sharpest mentally it might be worth your time to take a meditation break. College students who listened to a 10-minute meditation tape were able to complete simple cognitive tasks more quickly and accurately as a result.
August 13, 2018
Research show the pain-relieving effect holding hands with a loved one can have
Holding the hand of a loved one that is suffering does more than provide them emotional support, it can actually ease their physical pain. That’s according to new research from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
April 16, 2018