· Meditation benefits people with or without acute medical illness or stress.
· People who meditate regularly have been shown to feel less anxiety and depression.
· Helps experiencing more enjoyment and appreciation of life and it is proved the relationships with others will be improved.
· Meditation produces a state of deep relaxation and a sense of balance or equanimity.
· Meditation may also be a valuable complementary therapy for allergies and asthma because of the role stress plays in these conditions.
· Based upon clinical evidence as well as theoretical understanding, meditation is considered to be one of the better therapies for panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, substance dependence and abuse, ulcers, colitis, chronic pain, psoriasis, and dysthymic disorder.
· It is considered to be a valuable adjunctive therapy for moderate hypertension (high blood pressure), prevention of cardiac arrest (heart attack), prevention of atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries), arthritis (including fibromyalgia), cancer, insomnia, migraine, and prevention of stroke.