Anti-Aging and Meditation

Meditation and anti-aging

We live hectic lives. A demanding job and stress from other aspects of our daily life are effecting our body and our mind. One look in the mirror during a stressful phase in your life proves it: stress does make you look older in no time. You have to make drastic lifestyle changes to turn back the clock. A healthy diet, a calmer state of mind and the anti-aging products in our shop can slow down the process. Let’s learn more about the anti-aging effects of meditation.

Scientific studies prove that stress can shorten your life. Stress has a major effect on aging. Worrying gives you wrinkles and chronic stress can have serious health impacts, from weight gain to heart diseases. People subjected to chronic stress tend to have shorter telomeres. As we know by now, cells with longer telomeres live longer and stay younger. Living a stress free live would be the best anti-aging advise, but a life without stress would also be an utopia. Stress is everywhere; there is no avoiding it. Even when we feel relaxed, we still experience biological stress. Our body has to cope with biological stress. Metabolism is the process of our body that produces and uses energy. From what we eat and breath to the environment we live in, it’s all contributing to our ‘metabolic stress level’. If there’s no avoiding stress, how do we keep it from damaging and aging our body?

Maybe there is no escaping the day to day stress factors, but there certainly is a way to learn how to deal with it. Meditation is the answer to a stressful and even negative state of mind. Research has shown how our brain changes if we practice meditation. A calmer, more positive state of mind can actually slow down the ageing process. So meditation is the anti-aging cure, but where do we start? Meditation isn’t just for monks or hippies. Meditation can help anyone release stress, let go of excess thoughts and expand awareness. To benefit from its anti-aging effects, a few simple meditation exercises a day can do the trick. Its no hocus pocus, there’s no need to sit on a cushion for hours. You can easily integrate meditation in your life, you can do it before bedtime, on your lunch break or even behind your desk.

Meditation is all about being in the moment and calming body and mind. To begin meditating, you have to find a comfortable position. You don’t have to start off in a traditional meditation pose; sitting behind your desk is perfectly fine to start off. Close your eyes and take slow and deep breaths. The easiest exercise is to simply follow your breath and ignore all those thoughts in your mind. Just breath and let your thoughts do their own thing. To help you meditate, you can find helpful guided meditations on YouTube. An instruction book or meditation course can help you feel comfortable. You just have to practice as much as possible in your own way. Try it for a while and you’ll notice the anti-aging effects in the mirror. But more important: you’ll feel calmer and refreshed when making meditation a daily routine!

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