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How do I meditate to relieve stress? Can I prevent it by mediatiting like at lunch?
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Dr. Keith Rafal
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
3 doctors agree
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. Spend 20 minutes in a quiet area where you are likely to be undisturbed.
If lunch time works for you or any other time during the day that is fine. Using a focus on your breath, a favorite mantra(word or sound) or anything that you are comfortable with is a good start. When thoughts come up, gently return to your breath, mantra or your desired area of focus.

In brief: There are many diffe
. Spend 20 minutes in a quiet area where you are likely to be undisturbed.
If lunch time works for you or any other time during the day that is fine. Using a focus on your breath, a favorite mantra(word or sound) or anything that you are comfortable with is a good start. When thoughts come up, gently return to your breath, mantra or your desired area of focus.
Dr. Keith Rafal
Dr. Keith Rafal
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Dr. David Lipkin
Internal Medicine
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In brief: See below
A breathing meditation called the 4-7-8 technique is excellent for immediate relaxation, and easy to do.
To see a video demonstrating it SEE: http://bit.ly/1uyQgg8 For very good advice on stress SEE: http://bit.ly/1t1LbhG and for a very good **APP for stress reduction SEE: http://bit.ly/1sahAS1

In brief: See below
A breathing meditation called the 4-7-8 technique is excellent for immediate relaxation, and easy to do.
To see a video demonstrating it SEE: http://bit.ly/1uyQgg8 For very good advice on stress SEE: http://bit.ly/1t1LbhG and for a very good **APP for stress reduction SEE: http://bit.ly/1sahAS1
Dr. David Lipkin
Dr. David Lipkin
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