Meditating to Improve the Health of Your Skin

Submitted by admin on Mon, 10/28/2013 - 00:00

Everyone hopes that as they age, their skin will maintain a youthful, healthy appearance. If you want to do everything you can to achieve this goal, you should add meditation to your personal healthcare routine.

Meditating is a natural, wholesome way to improve the health of your skin that does not cost anything and does not involve slathering your skin with chemical treatments. This is a highly healthy activity that rejuvenates your entire body and your mind as well.

But why is meditation good for your skin especially? Meditation cuts back on stress, and stress is a huge factor in the development of wrinkles, acne, and other skin imperfections.

Of course, stress is also responsible for a variety of other conditions that detract from our quality of life, so those instituting a meditation regime for skin health should by no means assume that the rest of their body won’t experience any benefits.

Meditation has a long history that traces back to ancient time, when Chinese Taoists used a variety of spiritual traditions to fight aging and disease and optimize the condition of their bodies.

Mediation can also help your skin by assisting you in efforts to lose weight, eat healthy, and moderate your habits. Being overweight has negative effects on your skin that can lead to imperfections such as stretch marks, and keeping your weight down will give your skin a tight, firm look and your body a healthy, and slim shape.

Working towards fabulous, healthy skin requires treating your body right not only on the outside but on the inside as well. When you meditate, you concentrate on your health and you consciously encourage your body to move towards a healthier, more wholesome condition.

This focused, intense attention placed on health and well being can have drastic effects much fast than you might at first assume. After only one or two meditation periods, you might already start hearing compliments on how refreshed and revitalized you look.

Are you new to mediation? Do some research on the activity so that you can make sure that you are optimizing the experience and the benefits your body will experience.

Author Bio 

Anne Hathawass is an online copywriter and professional comedian from New York, her published articles can be found on many comedy sites as well as on more serious websites such as where she is chief copywriter and proofreader. A position she has held for the last 2-years.