Is meditation scientifically backed?
Does it have any benefit to your body, mental health?
- garryLv 51 month ago
its good for your mental health as long as your not suicidal or schizophenic . it relaxes your mind , as good as a sleep .
- 1 month ago
In small amounts daily it has been shown to be. In the larger amounts that some people do there isn't any evidence that it adds much more benefit. Basically diminishing returns set in quickly. So do 20 minutes a day and see where that gets you.
- God of ThunderLv 71 month ago
Yes, there is a large volume of literature on the benefits of meditation for things like anxiety, depression and high blood pressure.
- Chi girlLv 71 month ago
Yes, some doctors recommend meditation to combat stress.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
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- Chris AncorLv 71 month ago
It is not well scientifically tested.
- KhaledLv 61 month ago
If you mean the spiritual one you dont need an scientific evidence; its long historical presence among nations is enough proofing of its valuation..."Do they see nothing in the government of the heavens and the earth and all that Allah hath created?" (Quran)
- BryceLv 71 month ago
meditation= boring BS
- NoddyLv 41 month ago
Let's say you're stressed because of overwork and you have too much on your plate to deal with..so you decide to meditate and relax your body and mind..at the end of your meditation nothing has changed, in fact you are even further behind and have to push yourself to catch up...so it's a total waste of time...
- Anonymous1 month ago
Assalamaulaikum. May Allah grant us knowledge and wisdom. Western science has an anti-Islamic agenda to discredit the teachings of our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). For example; western science teaches that the earth is a sphere that orbits around the sun. However, this teaching is false because the Noble Qur'an and Sunnah are perfectly clear the earth is flat, spread out like a carpet, and the sun ascends to the Throne of Allah before descending into a murky lake of water.