Med­i­tat­ing for this short stint could keep neg­a­tive emo­tions in check.

Shape (Malaysia) - - YOUR RIGHT NOW -

“Med­i­ta­tion may help im­prove the func­tion of your brain’s con­trol cen­ter, which in turn damp­ens ac­tiv­ity in the ar­eas of the brain that gov­ern emo­tion,” ex­plains lead re­searcher Jeff Lin. To get into the habit, try a guided med­i­ta­tion in the morn­ing (we like the free In­sight Timer app) to cop that carpe diem state of mind. SOURCE: Fron­tiers in Hu­man Neu­ro­science

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malaysia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.