16. November 2012
Doing meditation offers countless benefits to humans. (evidencebasedliving.human.cornell.edu)
To those people who wants to avoid getting inflicted with colds and cough, better start doing any form of meditation or exercise now.
A recent medical study has shown that doing any form of meditation or exercise protects humans from colds and cough. Based on the result of the study it was learned that adults who meditated or did moderately intense exercise, such as a brisk walk, for eight weeks suffered fewer colds than those who did nothing.
The University of Wisconcin-Madison made the study on 149 people who were divided into three groups. The researchers said aside from preventing colds and coughs, doing meditation also also cuts the risk of people from heart attack and stroke. Medical advocates said doing any form of meditation or exercise offers countless health benefits to humans.
Based on internet facts, Meditation is a practice in which an individual trains the mind and/or induces a mode of consciousness to realize some benefit,although it can be argued that meditation is a goal in and of itself. Medical experts revealed that the term meditation refers to a broad variety of practices (much like the term sports), which range from techniques designed to promote relaxation, contacting spiritual guides, building internal energy (chi, ki, prana, etc.), receiving psychic visions, getting closer to God, seeing past lives, taking astral journeys, and so forth, to more technical exercises targeted at developing compassion, love, patience, generosity, forgiveness and more far-reaching goals such as effortlessly sustained single-pointed concentration, single-pointed analysis, and an indestructible sense of well-being while engaging in any and all of life’s activities.
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