How Meditation Reduces Stress: 7 Ways
Do you want to stress less and avoid feeling overwhelmed by life's unpredictability? Are you wondering how meditation reduces stress and if meditation can help you change your life? If yes, this video helps. In this podcast, I explain how and why meditation helps you to lower stress, increase calm, boost self-confidence and enjoy a more stable life. Meditation is a proven technique to reduce feelings of fear and anxiety and helps you to avoid overwhelm. This podcast is part of a playlist on benefits of meditation and ways meditation can improve your life. I have years of experience teaching people how to start a meditation practice. In this video, I answer many of the questions that people typically ask me when they're trying to figure out what the best style of meditation is for them. I'm a graduate of Stanford University, Harvard University and Georgetown University, and a mindful health educator who worked at Stanford University School of Medicine in the Prevention Research Center for 15 years and is a best-selling author of 15 books on health and fitness. I'm a master trainer of fitness and wellness professionals and have presented at conferences worldwide. I post new podcast each week featuring mindful and natural ways to help you look and feel more energetic, healthier, happier—naturally. Please leave comments or requests for tips to help you with your biggest challenges to reach your wellness and happiness goals. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me here too: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shirleyarcher/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shirleyarcher Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/shirley_arc... Tumblr: http://shirleyarcher.tumblr.com/ Facebook: http://www.shirleyarcher.com/facebook Shirley Archer is a mindful living coach, a best-selling author of health and fitness books, and an award-winning trainer who helps people who want to avoid overwhelm, to feel great about themselves and to feel more energetic, healthier and happier, using natural methods.