Meditation can restore your body to its optimal condition and enhance the functions of internal organs. It is especially beneficial for people with chronic diseases and refractory symptoms, such as hypertension, heart disease, kidney disease, lung disease, cerebral vascular insufficiency, migraine, cold limbs, rheumatism, and night sweats.
When doing meditation, people need to calm down and focus their minds on one thing, or nothing at all. Their breathing will become gentle and balanced. The air going into the lungs through breathing is relatively stable, and subsequently, the amount of oxygen sent to the heart is also stable, which is a state good for blood pressure regulation.
In addition, it is found that the body’s energy consumption, as well as cardiac oxygen consumption, is reduced during meditation. As a result, blood circulation is strengthened. Strong blood circulation can cleanse out substances clogging the blood vessels, helping those stagnant areas regain life force, thus improving the overall vitality of the body.
Meditation is like massaging the nervous system by helping this locomotive of emotions and thoughts stay calm and placid inside you. You can release stress and quieten down your mind through as little as 10 minutes of meditation. Doing it regularly can even help you cultivate a more powerful inner self.