It might feel silly at first, but taking time to sit quietly, breathe deeply and calm your mind can actually make a difference. Meditation can even help with anxiety, depression, insomnia and pain, according to the National Institutes of Health. So close your eyes and prepare to give one of these helpful virtual guides a try.
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A 4-Minute Meditation
Harness your inner calm and prepare yourself to tackle a crazy day by doing a short mindfulness exercise that combines guided breathing with a simple body scan.
A Mindful Breathing Exercise
Hit the sweet spot between slowing your breath and holding your breath with this easy-to-remember technique: Exhale for twice the amount of time you inhale. For example, if you breathe out for eight seconds, breathe in for four.
An Anxiety-Reducing Song
Sleep-Inducing Forest Sounds
Tossing and turning at night? This 8-hour recording of a scenic footbridge in Ireland has lulled millions of people into a sweet slumber with the blissful sounds of running water and singing birds.
10 Minutes of Mindfulness
When you’re stressed, the last thing you want to do is add another thing to your do-list. However, carving out even just a small moment for meditation can make the rest of your day that much smoother.
Caroline Picard Health EditorCaroline is the Health Editor at GoodHousekeeping.com covering nutrition, fitness, wellness, and other lifestyle news.
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