El Efecto Telómero: un enfoque revolucionario para vivir más sanos y retrasar el envejecimiento, según la Premio Nobel Elizabeth Blackburn
El pasado mes de enero de 2017, la premio Nobel de Medicina (2009) Elizabeth Blackburn publicó junto a Elissa Epel el bestseller The Telomere Effect (traducido al español como La Solución de los Telómeros), una fascinante obra que nos muestra cómo podemos intervenir voluntariamente en nuestra salud, nuestro bienestar e incluso nuestra longevidad.
Our science staff is trying to lead a more scientific life in 2018. Throughout the week, we’ve been questioning whether some of our habits and hobbies are based on junk science or real evidence. Here’s the fourth entry, on the merits of mindfulness.
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How a self-help trend warped a good idea.
Emerging research from Canada suggests practicing brief sessions of Hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation can significantly improve brain function and energy levels.
The University of Waterloo study found that practicing just 25 minutes of Hatha yoga or mindfulness meditation per day can improve brain functions.
Wellness expert and author Quentin Vennie stopped by Black Enterprise to teach us how to meditate and explain why we need to
Two thirds more women are interested in meditation. What are we waiting for?
Make mindfulness your permanent state of mind
Upscale meditation studios are bringing mindfulness to the masses. Are they also diluting the practice?
Before you meditate, you must surrender your iPhone. At least that’s what a couple of serene young women tell me when I walk into Unplug Meditation, an airy Los Angeles studio with inspirational slogans on the walls. (Keep Going! Live the Life You Love!)
I’m here for a 45-minute class called Inner Peace, which promises to teach me the basics of deep mindfulness, making me calmer, more productive, more focused, and more joyful. After passing through the gift shop, which peddles crystals, aromatherapy eye pillows, and Bad Spirit Remover candles, I settle into a black faux-leather floor seat. Violet lights beam down on a couple of dozen people, from spandexed millennials to graying businessmen. It’s like a yoga studio without the yoga.