In times like these we can’t afford to lose our minds. Here’s how to train our brains to be calmer and stronger.
How you start your morning can highly decide how your entire day progresses. Yes, sometimes when you wake up in the morning, feeling groggy, the last thing on your mind is to build a morning routine.
If you practice meditation, you can probably vouch for its wide array of health benefits, as meditation has the ability to improve your concentration, relieve stress, lower blood pressure, and put you in the right mindset to take on your day.
Over an eight-week period first and second-year medical school students participated in the intervention called MAP Train My Brain, twice a week, which included 30 minutes of meditation followed by 30 minutes of aerobic exercise compared to a control group of student who did neither.
By now you’ve heard that meditation can have myriad benefits, whether it’s quieting the noise of a stressful life or reaching new levels as an athlete.