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What is the value of the meditation you teach?

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Dr. Emmett Miller
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Lower stress.

Meditation, used regularly over a period of weeks or months, has been shown to help lower blood pressure and heart rate, improve breathing, relieve stress, and decrease the stress-produced chemicals (e.
g., cortisol) in the body and brain. Anxiety and stress are counteracted and a generalized feeling of well-being is attained, along with a sense of deep spiritual attunement.

In brief: Lower stress.

Meditation, used regularly over a period of weeks or months, has been shown to help lower blood pressure and heart rate, improve breathing, relieve stress, and decrease the stress-produced chemicals (e.
g., cortisol) in the body and brain. Anxiety and stress are counteracted and a generalized feeling of well-being is attained, along with a sense of deep spiritual attunement.
Dr. Emmett Miller
Dr. Emmett Miller
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Dr. Daniel Sternberg
Clinical Psychology

In brief: Meditiation

The value is that you can reduce your stress, be more calm in your everyday life and activities, have more clarity, better concentration, feel more integrated, and basically move towards being more at peace on an ongoing basis.

In brief: Meditiation

The value is that you can reduce your stress, be more calm in your everyday life and activities, have more clarity, better concentration, feel more integrated, and basically move towards being more at peace on an ongoing basis.
Dr. Daniel Sternberg
Dr. Daniel Sternberg
Thank
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