People Who Meditate Make Fewer Mistakes
When you’re in a hurry, do you make more mistakes and forget things easily? Meditation may be the ideal antidote, according to researchers at Michigan State University. More than 200 people who had never meditated before were recruited to participate in the study, which appeared in Brain Sciences. Subjects wereRead
Seven-Year Meditation Study Shows Improved Attention Span into Old Age
As one ages, our attention span is often met with challenges of fatigue, attention lapses and fluctuations during prolonged sessions of concentration. Regular and intensive meditation, over the course of a lifetime, could help a person remain attentive and focused well into old age. “This study is the first toRead
Immediate and Long-term Effects of Meditation on Acute Stress Reactivity, Cognitive Functions, and Intelligence
Objective • The research team intended to study the effects of meditation on stress-induced changes in physiological parameters, cognitive functions, intelligence, and emotional quotients.