Anxiety and stress making everyday life a challenge. They disturbs the well-being of millions daily and cause long-term effects on health.
In the hopes of finding a pathway to combat cardiac arrests, experts are investigating if a single, hour-long meditation session can delete the negative effects of stress and anxiety and can reduce heart risk.
From last two decade, meditation and perception have become popular precautions in healthy living. Meditation has evolved as a legitimate player in the fight against cardiovascular disease and other conditions increased by stress.
However, the medical science found that meditation had unique effects on both physical and mental symptoms of anxiety and stress.
In fact, after one hour of meditation, there was a significant change on blood vessel wall stiffness — showing less stress or pressure on their arteries and vein — immediately after one hour meditation.
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As a result of these early research, the experts suggest people can start to see psychological and physical changes from a single introductory session of meditation — and possibly even lower their cardiovascular risk.
While this study is not at very large but yet to be published in a medical journal, the experts suggest it will help open a new journey of research.
Overall, more studies will be needed to clarify what role meditation would play in reducing cardiac problem, but, says researchers, “we are extremely inspired by the findings.” That’s why the experts says that people interested in improving their heart health should consider it, as long as they are doing the different things that have been scientifically proven to lower heart disease risk.