By: EASE Meditation
Physical health is considered the dominant health domain for human survival, resulting in a longer life. The major benefits of meditation are prevention of diseases by managing inflammations and balancing the body’s chemicals with homeostasis. This includes high immunity and better digestion or absorption. This study summarizes that neurodegenerative illnesses are also managed with the help of physical benefits i.e. less cell damage in the brain to resist amnesia, dementia and Alzheimer’s etc. [https://medium.com/thrive-global/could-mindfulness-meditation-improve-your-physical-health-12d0eb12b10d].
A strong immune system is the backbone of healthy organ functioning. Throughout the last decade, researchers in universities have found out that sessions of mindfulness training have long-term positive effects on human brain. Similarly, there were studies that improved blood circulation for healthy heart functioning and lowered blood pressure and heart rate to save from potential damage [https://mindworks.org/meditation-knowledge/physical-mental-benefits-of-meditation/].
Meditation Improves Women’s Health
Meditation functionally also improves women’s health and wellness. When researchers studied eating patterns and weight issues among women they saw that diet plans have cognitive benefits but, combining it with meditation, helps control emotional eating at a significant level. This supports the impact on emotion regulation and better handling of stress. As the reproductive age of women collides with physiology, emotional changes and hormonal changes drastically shift to an abnormal stage. Irritability, fatigue, depression and menstruation related problems can be treated with meditation. Some other interesting differences were seen in those that meditate – they are less time spend on watching TV that invites less illnesses as being single and less intake of tranquilizers or street drugs as a mode of having better mood and support for aching muscles and joints [https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0362331903000430].
Meditation for Pain & Disabilities
A new research report summarized the evidence of meditation interventions on the physical health of human beings. A large number of articles were reviewed and they obtained that focusing on different body parts while meditation or yoga. The current literature marked that meditation is beneficial especially for pain and disability. The suggestions are based on quality randomized control trials. These results for medical conditions are effective to support treatment procedures, development of self-care attitude and behavioral skills in order to establish and maintain healthy life [https://dash.harvard.edu/bitstream/handle/1/10436227/3447533.pdf?sequence=1].