Older adults who meditate feel less lonely
A new study offers the first evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces loneliness in older adults, and may lower their risk of inflammatory diseases.
The study shows that mindfulness meditation reduces feelings of loneliness in older adults, and may also reduce disease-causing inflammation.
“It’s important to train your mind like you train your biceps in the gym,” says Carnegie Mellon University Professor J. David Creswell.
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