Depression is a mental illness that can derive from the suppression of emotions.

When thoughts and feeling such as anger, joy or sorrow are not expressed on time or not at all for a long period of time we might start to suffer from anxiety, , and a general feeling of apathy and hopelessness. Most people tend to start psychotherapy or other kinds of treatment that may include medication. In Neurological terms, when someone is depressed they may show ‘reduced alpha activity in the frontal lobes’.

Meditation on the other side can increase alpha brainwave activity. Scientists and medical professionals are suggesting as a treatment to using the above argument. It is proven that meditation can relief psychological stress and release tension. The alpha state is the state of relaxation and with the belief that meditation can really help against depression, one must practice the meditative method keeping in mind that the goal is to experience relaxation, thus experiencing the alpha state. If you want to know more about how meditation can cure depression, read the following article.

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We live in interesting times. On the exterior, we live in a vastly advanced society with impressive social structure and the ability to innovate. On the exterior, we have hundreds of differing medicines and procedures to help us deal with a myriad of physical ailments that could affect us. As they say, beauty is only skin deep.

Depression is a formidable opponent for millions. If left unchecked, depression can also lead to stress, illness, feelings of hopelessness, and feeling like there is no way out. Brain chemistry is also effected by depression.

From a neurological standpoint, most people effected by depression show reduced alpha activity in the frontal lobes. Alpha brainwaves are one of the most common brainwave patterns among those who meditate. This presents an opportunity for the advancements of our modern society to explain how you can use meditation to help bring you out of a depressive state.

It should be understood that meditation, although simple, has been proven to offer moderate relief in addressing psychological stress. If you are feeling depressed, you should consult your preferred healthcare practitioner. That being said, many medical professionals are now beginning to see more scientific proof that meditating can help with treating and preventing depression and “clinicians should be prepared to talk with their patients about the role that a meditation program could have in addressing psychological stress.”[1][2] Because of the increase of proof backed by research in neuroscience and many published articles, it is hard for even the most trained of doctors to dismiss its benefits…

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