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.
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