If you're like the majority of working adults, anxiety and frustration are a constant drag on your day. Meditation is an easy, self-managed practice that takes just minutes a day and can restore calm and focus. Baecore teaches you a practical method derived from practices studied in both personal and business environments throughout the world. Baecore teaches you how to bring yourself back to a state of calm, even in the most frenzied, high-pressured environment.
Many people start meditating for its benefits in stress reduction. Studies have shown its benefits in reducing anxiety after an initial 8 -week course. Research at the University of Massachusetts has also shown that meditation, in contrast to attending to the breath or guided meditation only, can reduce anxiety. While a team at Stanford University found that meditation brought about changes in brain regions involved in attention and focus as well as relief from symptoms of social anxiety. The benefits of mindfulness in business, at home, with sports, school and life include a higher level of concentration on the task at hand, while it can also help individuals to better manage stressful situations by being more in control of their emotions. Controlling them doesn’t mean just blocking them out completely. It means feeling them and acknowledging them, but also not letting them affect your performance or how you want to engage with others.Schedule Your FREE Introductory Session
Whether you are new to meditation or have tried it before on your own or with an app, let us help integrate a regular practice into your busy life. With Baecore you will have tools and resources to help you get the most out of meditation and gain results in your business and personal life.
Whether it's falling asleep faster or sleeping through the night, meditation can improve overall sleep quality helping you wake feeling more rested. As Published in JAMA internal medicine, mindfulness meditation can help remediate sleep problems and sleep related daytime impairments
The psychologists found that, after only a few weeks of training, volunteers who learned "mindfulness practice" were better at switching strategies for problem-solving than volunteers who were not taught the technique per researcher Jonathan Greenberg.
“Meditation produces changes in brain activity. It also can lower your heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, oxygen consumption, adrenaline levels, and levels of cortisol, a hormone released in response to stress," says Dr. Deepak Bhatt, a professor at Harvard Medical School.
Studies show mindfulness meditation, in contrast to attending to the breath only, can reduce anxiety. Such research shows even years after the initial 8 weeks of meditation, measurable benefits can be identified.
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