How meditation can help to reduce stress and anxiety
Unfortunately, it is just normal that we all get stressed out from time to time. This is even sometimes considered honourable in our society. Because when you are stressed, it means: you work hard! Isn't that right? Then it means you are eager and busy and are progressing, working hard towards your goals.
Well, that's not necessarily true; you may just develop more anxieties in your life.
Stress can arise in many situations. Someone may have called you names on the way to work, you may be late with a payment, or there may be a long queue for shopping.
Stress can also be caused by family disputes, problems at work, going to the dentist, filing a tax return, a rent increase or political and economic issues. This can lead to anxiety.
In moderation, stress can be a good thing, but overall it is a very unpleasant feeling that reduces the quality of life. If you don't pay attention to your stress level for a long time, it can lead to anxiety, depression and other physical and mental impairments.
This can have a negative effect on several areas of your life, namely health, relationships, career, etc. Stress depresses the mood and costs energy. Persistent stress can lead to sadness, mood swings and various health problems.
A good way to reduce stress and increase general well-being is meditation. You may have heard about this.
Read more about this here: https://www.berlinmeditation.org/berlin-meditation?lang=en