#Yoga and #Meditation Reduce #Gene #Stress

YogaGenesGenetic stress can harm us in so many ways: the physical damage we can all see, the emotional toll it takes, the genetic fraying that leads to mutations is one of the hidden effects that resonates for a lifetime. The key is minimizing inflammation and the inflammatory response that these stresses impose on life. In a scientific review of almost 20-studies, participants who regularly practiced yoga and meditation were shown to reduce and reverse the inflammatory response on a genetic level. These mind-body exercises calmed the genes involved in exciting inflammation. The good news is that even if you’ve inherited a bad hand of genes, you can choose a path in life that reduces the risks for striking the match of inflammatory response. Sit at peace, meditate for relaxation, and behold the magic of positivity. A 15-minute investment of today will pay dividends for a lifetime of beauty inside-and-out.

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