Did you know Mindful meditation can help lower blood pressure?
Stress Reduction technique Mindfulness-Based (SAM) can be incorporated into your daily life as well as physical activity and weight control to reduce the effects of high blood pressure.
Adding to conventional methods against high blood pressure and high blood pressure, a new technique technique called mark stress reduction based consciousness. SAM can be incorporated into your daily life as well as physical activity and weight control to reduce the effects of high blood pressure.
A recent study with a positive attitude to life, keeping your mind free from excessive stress, anxiety and other ways to relieve stress and relax is extremely important to reduce blood pressure and prevent hypertension. The MBSR includes skills meditating awareness and healthy discussions on stress, coping and functions of patients to document their levels of anxiety and mood.
A team of researchers from the Faculty of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University, conducted a test hundred patients aged 30-60 years who were not taking medication for hypertension. The program included an eight-session group of 2.5 hours each. Participants are expected to practice the technique six days a week for 45 minutes. Throughout the program, participants had a therapist guides through the body scan exercise where participants “inventory” of how they felt in all parts of his body, sitting meditation and yoga.
The technique has resulted in substantial and statistically significant reductions in the primary outcomes. The MBSR resulted in a reduction of 4.8 mm Hg in systolic blood pressure (SBP) and a reduction of 1.9 mm Hg in diastolic blood pressure (DBP), researchers say.
“It was one of the first randomized prospective studies of MBSR as a treatment option nonpharmocologic,” said Richard Josephson, a professor at the Faculty of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University.