Most of us think of meditation as sitting in the lotus position with the eyes closed, but there is a form of meditation called "walking meditation" that is wonderful, relaxing, and something you can do anytime, anywhere.
A recent study published in an American Medical Journal had shown the importance of keeping your mind active and improving your concentration and how it will help you as you get older. The researchers who conducted this study had used people who were 70 or older and tried various techniques to help them improve their mental processes and ensured that their minds stayed active by improving their concentration. The regular practice of these simple concentration and meditation exercises will help to keep your mind functioning well no matter what age you are.
When it comes to snacking, people often choose chocolate bars and soda to curb hunger and feel better. These foods give you an energy boost that does not last long. In fact, they send your blood sugar levels on a roller coaster ride and leave you feeling more hungry and tired than ever. Here are few healthy snacks you should eat instead.