Daily Meditation Reduces Anxiety & Boosts Cognitive Function in 8 (Not 4) Weeks

A new study from NYU split people who hadn’t meditated before into two groups: One did 13 minutes of daily guided meditation, and the other listened to a 13-minute podcast. At four weeks, there was no significant difference between the groups, but eight weeks proved a different story: The meditators saw significantly decreased anxiety, negative mood and fatigue—and improved memory and attention.

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  1. meditation and yoga are one of the best things to do. They are good to remove some tension or some negative thinking from your mind. It’s just remove your negative emotions.

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