Meditation can refer to a spiritual quiet time, transcendental meditation, or just a time of relaxation. It is a popular and proven form of stress relief and relaxing. Meditation seeks to focus your thoughts and make give you more clarity and awareness. Those with specific illness such as cancer, hypertension, anxiety, pain, menopause, and more find meditation to be helpful. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how meditation works, how to start practicing meditation, benefits of meditating, and much more.
Transcendental Meditation: Benefits, Technique, and More
Learn about transcendental meditation, including how it's taught and its possible health benefits.
Do Hypnosis, Meditation, and Relaxation Help With Pain Treatment?
Do you know about the benefits of using meditation, relaxation, or hypnosis to help treat chronic pain? Get to know what’s involved and how it helps.
Before stress takes a toll on your health, learn how you can keep it under control and manage it.
Relaxation Techniques for Migraines and Headaches
Because stress can make any migraine or headache worse, it is important to learn how to relax. Read these tips.
Meditation: Relax and Ease Stress
Ease stress with meditation. Meditation is an easy way for the whole family to relax.
How Mindfulness Can Help Your Health
If you want to jump-start your health in the New Year, then just be. Mindfulness, the art of being fully present in the moment, may give your mind and your body a boost.
Meditation Balances the Body's Systems
The mind, heart, and body can improve with regular meditation.
Fighting Sleep While You Meditate
Why is it easier for you to find the sandman than your Third Eye when meditating?
Here are some basic meditation tips.
Let's Get It Ohm: 5 Amazing Benefits of Meditation
Forget an apple a day to keep the doctor away. Daily meditation has remarkable effects that do a body good.
How Breathing Can Aid Relaxation
Psychologist Patricia Farrell, PhD, demonstrates how to use deep breathing to reduce stress wherever you are.
Learn about how brain training may help with cognitive development in children and adults.