I remember the first time that I tried meditation and how confused I was.
I mean, I was relaxed and felt pretty good, but I had a million thoughts going through my mind the entire time.
Meditation was something, that I thought I could not do.
Let me back up.
I have a mind that goes non-stop.
I make a list all the time.
I brag about being a multitasker.
So stopping to relax, what? Yeah, that was not easy.
Meditation has so many benefits to it, and one of them was slowing down my mind.
Helping me breathe better.
And helped me relieve my stress.
As a First Responder, I needed that. I needed to relax and feel peace.
Meditation has been shown in clinical trials to reduce chronic pain by 57 percent and an expert at handling stress according to lifehack.org.
After all, some of those calls were way too much for me to deal with and I needed something to help me unwind.
Have you tried it?
If you haven’t, here are just a few benefits from Healthline.com.
Meditation is a process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts.
Listed as #1 in this article is…
Meditation reduces stress.
We know that stress can disrupt our sleep, make us anxious, increase our blood pressure and contribute to feeling tired.
Meditation was proven to reduce the inflammation response caused by stress.
People, you must try this.
Meditation also helps promote emotional health.
Meditation may reduce age-related memory loss. What this does is it improves your attention and helps keep your mind young.
Give yourself the break you need and time to relax daily.
Meditation may be the thing that helps you relax, unwind and feel better.
Check out this awesome article on more ways that meditation can help you here: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/12-benefits-of-meditation.
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