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Mind & body

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Breast cancer and meditation: clear evidence for a mind-body connection

Scientists have found, for the first time, clear biological evidence that meditation and support groups can affect us positively on a cellular level.


24 November, 2014
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A novel use for the mental focus achieved through yoga and meditation

Yoga and meditation may help train brain and help people who are paralysed or have neurodegenerative diseases control computers with their minds


29 September, 2014
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Treating insomnia reduces inflammation & chronic disease risk

Drug-free therapy has been shown to beat insomnia and lower rates of chronic inflammation, which can lead to hypertension, diabetes, heart disease.


24 September, 2014
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Yogic breathing could be an effective treatment for PTSD

Yogic breathing could help soldiers suffering from PTSD to find peace, according to a new study


15 September, 2014
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Online mindfulness courses can help reduce work stress

Mindfulness can be taught through online courses, with many positive effects on health and well being, say UK researchers


11 September, 2014
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Lucid dreamers show greater insight in waking life

People who are aware they are asleep when they are dreaming have better than average problem-solving abilities in the waking world


18 August, 2014
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Exploring the link between depression and heart disease

Our strong mind/body connection means that even mild depression can raise the risk of heart disease in vulnerable individuals


7 July, 2014
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Hypnosis can aid deep, restorative sleep

Unlike drugs, hypnosis has no adverse effects and it can be used to induce a deep and healing sleep in those who are susceptible, say scientists


4 June, 2014
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Want to appear more attractive to others? Try some rose oil

A pleasant aroma, say scientists, can change the way the ‘rational’ brain perceives others – making them appear more attractive


3 June, 2014
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Your brain on meditation

Brain imaging shows that non-directive meditation gives the mind time to wander and to process feelings and thoughts more effectively


22 May, 2014
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