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Meditation May Be the Future of Anti-Aging

Posted Feb 01 2010 12:00am

I know you have heard for many years how meditation can help everyone in so many ways. It seems like an easy thing to do until you try to sit quietly and just let your thoughts come in and go out. For some of us, it is not easy to quiet those thoughts. Fortunately, there is more than one way to meditate, so use whatever works for you.

Read this article to see what anti-aging benefits you can achieve by doing meditation.

(NaturalNews) According to the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, 90% of all adult illness is due to the degenerative processes of aging. Anti-aging medicine, aiming for longevity and optimal health, is most certainly the ‘specialty’ of the future and is based on the early detection, prevention and reversal of age-related disease. While science continues to search for answers, research has already revealed that meditation is a potent anti-aging practice that can take years off your physiological age.

STRESS = AGING

Aging is most certainly a complex issue with many factors coming into play, but one thing that researchers do agree on is that stress (mental, emotional, and physical) causes us to age.

Eva Selhub, MD, Medical Director of the Mind/Body Medical Institute says, “If we can affect the stress response, we can affect the aging process.” She says “There`s a reason why experienced meditators live so long and look so young.” (The Anti-Aging Effects of Meditation; http://www.more.com/2025/2674-the-a… )

Read the rest of the story by Angela who has www.thesoulroom.com

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