Showing posts with label Blood Pressure. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Blood Pressure. Show all posts

Blood Pressure and Mindfulness


Blood Pressure Monitor, Health


According to a study of clinical research on the impact of mind-body activities (including mindfulness) on metabolism, these practices may lower blood pressure. These practices have consequences that are also identical to other treatments, such as doing regular blood pressure tests. 

Mindfulness meditation and regular blood pressure tests, for example, were both effective in lowering blood pressure, while Transcendental Meditation and wellness education were both effective in lowering blood pressure, weight, heart rate, and cholesterol levels. This means that if we raise our everyday sensitivity or exposure to blood pressure, heart rate, and cholesterol levels, regardless of how we do so, they will rise. 


Happiness, Joy, Pure Air, Freedom


While mindfulness may help you become more conscious of your body's physiology, it might not often be more efficient than other types of behavioral modification, such as regularly monitoring your blood pressure or knowing more about weight management.

The sooner we get to incorporate mindfulness—or other health-enhancing practices—the healthier. We all know that the seeds of high blood pressure and heart failure are sown early in life. A quick breathing technique was taught to half of the students in a new survey of ninety-two middle school students, while the other half got lectures about how to keep their blood pressure stable (through diet, exercise, and so on).


Vipassana, Yoga, Meditation


The students did not have elevated blood pressure, and the study's aim was to see how well they could keep their blood pressure in the normal range.

The software had a good impact in a comparatively brief amount of time—ten minutes a day at school and ten minutes at home for three months. And opposed to students who were given the training curriculum, the youth who were given the basic breath breathing exercise showed better blood pressure and heart rate.



You may also want to read more about Mindfulness Meditation and Healing here.