Hey there, it�s Angela Rocchio, founder of heal your adrenal fatigue.com and you�re watching adrenal fatigue Tv. What if I told you there was something you could do for just a few minutes every day that is proven to decrease your stress and anxiety, reduce pain, cure insomnia and boost your energy. Would you do it? I�m talking about meditation. In this video I am going to tell you 4 ways meditation treats adrenal fatigue naturally and how you can get started in 5 easy steps, even if you�re never meditated before. (also I want to clear up 5 common myths about medication.) So stay tuned When I mention meditation to my clients they say �I can�t meditate, I have a hard time sitting still� And to be honest, I felt the same way and for years I was trying to meditate like a monk. Then I realized I was doing it all �wrong�. Mediation is fairly new to the western world so no wonder there is some misconceptions out there. Well I want to help set the record straight.
Because the myths are causing most to give up after the first try. This confusion is also the reason that despite all the great research about the benefits of meditation only 8% of people are doing it. The truth is Meditation has the power to transform your health and help heal your adrenals in record time, I know because it worked for me and it�s worked for many of my clients. Now let me explain the how medication can treat adrenal fatigue naturally. #1 Meditation decreases Stress and Anxiety When we are anxious our minds constantly race. Most often we are lamenting about experiences of the past or fearfully anticipating the future. As a result, we become prisoners to these thoughts and feelings.
And we replay them over and over in our minds. Meditation, on the other hand, teaches us how to slow down our �monkey� mind and connect to the present moment. When we focus on the present moment we have less time to be anxious. Also, through meditation we learn how to observe what is happening in the moment rather than judging ourselves, others or fearing everyone or everything. #2 Meditation Reduces Pain It is important we first make the distinction between physical pain and emotional pain, known as suffering. A new study from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center discovered 2 fascinating effects of meditation. Meditation allows us to 1) activate higher-order brain regions associated with attention control and enhanced cognitive control and 2) deactivate the thalamus, which acts as the gatekeeper for pain to enter the brain.
So when we meditate we learn how to feel less pain and suffering. How does it get any better? #3 Meditation Cures Insomnia Research shows that an overly stimulated sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight response) is a major contributing factor in chronic insomnia. A fast-paced and overstimulating lifestyles can be part to blame: staying up late, the overuse of TVs and computers, especially before bed, along with our dietary vices of too many stimulants, coffee, sweets, etc. Or maybe it�s more so that your current life situations are stressing you out and keeping you up at night. Although meditation can�t directly change the issues you are having at work or troubles in your relationships, or having to take care of a sick relative, meditation CAN definitely help you change how you react to these various stressors. Meditation gives us the time and space in our busy lives to get a fresh perspective on tough situations and allow us to have new insights to solve these issues. 4) Meditation Boosts Energy Many of us want more energy to get through the day.
Unfortunately, we turn to stimulants that give us quick energy which then leads to an energy crash. Calming and focusing the mind with mediation is a highly effective way to increase energy and with no negative side effects. Also, it�s important to realize that when it comes to energy, our reaction to stress can drain us much faster than even an intense work out. It less about how much you do in a day and more about HOW you do it. And chemically, DHEA a steroid hormone made by the adrenals in charge of energy levels. If you suffer from adrenal fatigue you might have low levels of DHEA.
If so, it feels like you�re operating from rock bottom each day. Meditation luckily is a very healthy and natural way to stimulates the production of DHEA. Now you know how meditation can treat your adrenal fatigue naturally. But again you�re thinking to yourself, it sounds great Angela but remember I have a hard time sitting still. So where do I start? Let me let you in on a little secret, you don�t have to sit still to meditation. Yes, that�s right.
That�s one myth I�d like to debunk right now. And I�d like to debunk the other myths of meditation and give you 5 easy steps to start meditating today. That�s why we�ve prepared The Beginner�s Guide to Meditation.
To download the free guide all you have to do is click the link below this video in the description or click the box right here. Now we�d love to hear from you in the comments below. Have you tried meditation? What was your experience? And What was most helpful piece of info shared here? We are a healing community and your comments could be just what someone else needs to hear. So take a moment to drop us a line below this video. Did you enjoy this video? If so and you would like these informative and motivational videos to come directly to you, great! go ahead and subscribe by clicking the red subscribe button below this video. And we so appreciate it if you click the LIKE button below this video, and share this video with others you feel will benefit. As always thank you so much for tuning in and we will see you next time on adrenal fatigue TV.
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