Meditating can help decrease stress related illnesses, obsessive-compulsive thinking and emotional disorders simultaneously increasing creative thinking, memory and quality of life.

When a person suffers from a panic attack they can develop a phobia related to the place they had the panic attack. For example, if you had a panic attack while you’re trying to sleep, in front of an entire newsroom, or even in the classroom. Although it doesn’t have to be panic that slowly creeps up and lowers the quality of your life, it can be a need to control or a need to procrastinate.

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In March, a prominent news anchor for ABC experienced a panic attack on air.┬áDan Harris, says it took him till this experience to realize he needed to seek treatment. He has since then recovered and is reporting, he even wrote a book called, “10 percent happier.”

Neglecting to develop a mindfulness practice can, in some cases, give fear power to run your life. While not, everyone suffers from a panic attack on national television, many Americans suffer silently from stress-related, mental or emotional illnesses

With the recent “new age” boom in pop culture, “The Power of Now,” yoga and the raw food movement have spectacularly risen in popularity. Making it hip to be conscious! In big cities like New York and Los Angeles free yoga practices and raw food restaurants are plentiful; And fashionable.

On a physiological level the medical advantages on meditation are endless. Dictating can change the brains perception of stimuli. This can create new connections in the brain.

The huffington post has a great pictograph about what actually happens to your body when in a state of meditation; and what parts of your body are reaping the most benefits.

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