|New Study Find Yoga and meditation can cut health care cost by 43%,|
Here are several reasons why you need to start your day with meditation or yoga. A new study find, practices like yoga and meditation can help reduce the need for general health services by almost 50%. "Evoking the relaxation response or physiological state of deep rest, helps relieve stress and anxiety, while also affecting the heart rate and blood pressure," according to a study by the Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Technology Assessment and the Benson-Henry Institute.
"Main Findings from our study is that programs that train patients to induce the relaxation response can also significantly reduce use of health care," said James E Stahl. "These programs promote the well-being and in our environment of limited health care resources, could potentially reduce the burden on health delivery systems at minimal cost and without any real risk," Has he said.
By doing a comparative analysis of available information on the data registry search Patient (RPDR) partners and health data on people participating in BHI Relaxation Response resilience program (3RP) from 2006 to 2014, researchers came to the conclusion that practitioners yoga, meditation, prayer spent considerably lower than non-practitioners on medical services.
The study also revealed that practitioners has mainly benefited from neurological, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal or digestive.