7 Things You Didn’t Know About Meditation And Stress That Could lower High blood Pressure.
Posted Sep 29 2010 6:34am
One of the major challenges of entrepreneurs and solopreneurs is to embrace meditation and stress. This is easier said than done because the pursuit of success can cost you mega buck because you tend to ignore your health.
It hurt my heart to see well intentioned individuals struggle so hard to be successful when there are many little know tips that not only can help you slow down and have fun, but make your dream of a successful healthy business person a reality.
And I am about to show you 7 things you didn’t know about meditation and stress that could lower high blood pressures.
Meditation: Is it good for your Health?
Meditation is one of the newest methods of accepted stress reduction. The health benefits of meditation are immense for such a simple exercise.
Because of the simplicity of the exercise, it is little wonder that so many people are taking to mediation as opposed to heavy and time consuming exercises and stress reduction medication.
Let’s take a closer look at the health benefits of meditation.
#1: There are many great health benefits for those who are looking to add meditation to their daily regiments. Such health benefits include better flexibility, lower stress levels, lower blood pressure and lower chances of heart failure.
#2: All of this is great news for those who are at risk of any number of stress related complications.
So what is the primary benefit of meditation?
#3: The primary health related benefit to mediation is the reduction of stress. Science and medicine have found a direct link in the health of the individual and the stress levels of the individual.
#4: Properly managed stress does not hurt much, but unchecked stress can kill.
Now listen up: Here’s how meditation reduces stress.
#5: Meditation is capable of reducing stress by allowing the body and mind some down and centering time. This makes it possible for individuals to reduce the stress and provide quiet for the body and mind in a very loud society.
#6: This quite time lowers the blood pressure, heart speeds, the breathing speed, and the racing mind.
Let me show you how still meditation can stop the racing mind?
#7: Still meditation is the meditation that most people think of when thinking of healthy meditation. For this technique, a quite room and a few minutes are all that one needs.
Simply relax in a non-standing position.
Once you are relaxed, close your eyes and focus on breathing. This form of relaxation is based on breathing in the calm air and exhaling busy and destructive air.
This method is very relaxing and best used when one is winding down from a hectic day.
The interesting thing about embracing meditation and stress is the marvelous energy and exuberance you have.
The challenge is, without proper direction you can waste this valuable resource leaving feeling frustrated and overwhelmed with nothing to show for your effort.
Be sure to follow the crucial tips that I have outlined. Through these points, you could be at speed up the rate at which you attain your success. And this would definitely amaze you!
Cecil McIntosh, guides solo-preneurs and entrepreneurs worldwide to learn to relax, stress less and overcome chronic symptoms so that you can quickly experience profound peace, power and work life balance. Get a jump start on your own relax and stress less system with 21 no-brainer shortcut to achieving health and happiness at http://eycfreebook.com You can reach Cecil at http://www.cecilhelpdesk.com