Tackling Stress With Meditation

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The American Psychological Association (APA) has previously estimated that some 70 percent of people in the U.S. experience mental or physical symptoms from stress.

Many struggle to cope with the pressure and stress that they endure on a regular basis. And this stress can come from a myriad of places, being fueled by money, work, politics, and other issues.

One of the tools that people have been increasingly turning toward to try and cope with the day to day stress that they experience is meditation.

Those who engage in meditation practice on a regular basis have reported feeling calmer and more in-control, able to deal with and cope with daily stress that they might experience.

Whether it's taking a walk in the park, using a weighted blanket, or engaging in a meditation session, millions of people just want something to find something that can help them to increase their peace and overall life enjoyment. Stress can easily get in the way of that. There is value in knowing what helps you to unwind, and there are many products and activities to choose from that might help to ignite the process and fuel individual relaxation.

Meditation is free and can be done from anywhere, you don't need any app subscription to learn how to practice mindfulness or engage in meditation.

Still, millions of people make use of the various apps that are out there today, whether it helps an individual to stay on track and encouraged to meditate, or learn more about the process, engage with others who are similarly interested, there are a variety of ways the apps might add value to the lives of many. Use with these meditation apps also seems to still be growing. If it is working for people then they will stick with it.

Meditation is a practice that has 'worked' for thousands of years for millions of people all over the world. Meditation has been used to provide value to individuals in pursuing a path to personal mental strength and clarity.


In the bustle of our busy lives today there are a growing number of people who are seemingly looking to rediscover this simple activity, to adopt a regular practice of meditation that could have great impact and value in the way of tackling daily stress and anxiety.

Previous investigation has found that meditation can essentially alter our genes, it can also greatly impact how we might process certain memories too.

Meditation is known to allegedly increase happiness, possibly boost intelligence, and could even slow the ageing process. This is one natural therapy which is repeatedly claimed to be associated with a wide variety of health benefits, and the best part is that anyone can do it regardless of their income, education, background or experience etc, it's an activity that is open to all to familiarize themselves with.

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The information that is posted above is not intended to be used as any substitute for professional medical advice, or diagnosis or treatment. The above is posted for informational purposes only.

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Definitely a life saver method! I owe my life to meditation and mindfulness!
Things get easier to handle and you actually get to see life for real! <3

thanks for sharing that, it has helped many people 👍

Thank you for educating! many people will definitely benefit from the information and hopefully they can make a change in their lives and start living. :) <3

My meditation also consists of deep breathing exercises like the Wim Hof method mixed with a hydro therapy massage. Makes for some good deep relaxing meditation. Meditation has absolutely changed my life. My blood pressure was constantly too high along with my stress levels, but both have come down tremendously since I started my mediation practices, and quit caffeine, that helped settle me down a bit as well. I am also feeling healthier as I feel that it enables parts of your brain like the immune system that otherwise can't be tapped into. Anyway, if feels good and people should try it.

I think i have had one of those before, it isn't the floating tank experience is it? if it is the massage with the jets then yea I have, def enjoyed the experience you wouldn't think it would be very strong the massage? because of the water, I have tried to recommend it to others and they assumed this, but it def was!

just the chair with the jets. Not the tank,that would be cool though. I love the jets, they make me feel better, lol.