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Doing today’s research, I came across an article that talked about the different stages of meditation. Gamma, beta, alpha, theta and delta waves. I found that you do not necessarily have to be in a quiet place and sitting in a position to reach the lower waves where a “good meditation” occurs or to achieve the achievements based on it. According to the study carried out, people could be dancing, watching a movie, resting, doing intense exercise and reaching the lower waves. And reading this, I wondered if meditation affects the state of our skin in any way.
What do you think? Indeed, it does.
Many of the skin conditions have an emotional cause and yes, they can benefit from meditation. We reach trance when our brain waves descend to alpha or theta. It is promoted by an activation of the parasympathetic nervous system and activates the repair and healing processes.Now, what relationship does the nervous system have with the skin? The nervous system and the skin develop hand in hand, bone very close in the embryo. Being created with a common layer called ectoderm.
After they are born, they remain connected for life. That is why stress is super harmful to our skin, because it alters the nervous state. In addition, it weakens the skin’s barrier and leaves it much more sensitive to damage. What harm? Well, premature aging, rosacea, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and acne. So, in effect, meditation does help our skin in a great way.
You can help yourself with applications that are developed so that people learn to meditate wherever they are. You can also supplement it with your cosmetics that contain ingredients that are anti-stress, such as chamomile, aloe vera or lavender. Think well, but don’t think too much. Learning to meditate will not only bring benefits to your skin, but it will also change the way you live and look at your life.