Strange but true! All these studies used secular meditation techniques derived from Buddhism, such as mindfulness and loving-kindness meditation, but not other related activities, like yoga or Tai-Chi. For decades many people have claimed meditation can change how we behave towards others and make us more compassionate. New research suggests meditation’s role in making individuals better people is limited.
Evidence supports the routine use of mind-body practices, such as yoga, meditation, relaxation techniques, and passive music therapy, to address common mental health concerns in patients with breast cancer.
The authors developed the following graded integrative therapies for clinicians to use in patients with breast cancer according to clinical outcomes.
I love people who make me laugh, when i do not even want to smile!
Laughter is the best medicine. I do not dispute it. However when i see many seniors in a park front of my house each day, laughing their heart out, i am however a bit concerned. Reasons are few and simple.
In white coat research centres no finding is also a finding. Words such as “Little”, “moderate” or “not a remarkable outcome” are synonyms to studies. Remember that ” No finding” is also a finding in research . Hence keep YOGING !
Review shows some benefit in function, but not much for pain!
Complementary medicine includes strategies that are not routinely used in Western medicine, although some doctors are favorable towards these methods.
They state those who will get involved with the activities of Yoga whether they are individuals or institutions or State or Country, all will be even benefited financially, which will in turn give sound health to all, after all “Health is Wealth”.