Pre-meditation heart rate:
This is the heart rate before meditation that varies based on the individual's physical and mental state.
There are various types of meditation techniques that can influence heart rate, including mindfulness, yoga, and loving-kindness meditation.
The heart rate may decrease post-meditation, indicating a more relaxed state.
Post-meditation heart rate:
Meditation can activate the relaxation response, reducing stress and calming the body.
Meditation can modulate the activity of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, regulating heart rate.
Sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system:
Meditation enhances the mind-body connection, influencing physiological processes such as heart rate.
Yoga, which incorporates meditation, can improve heart health and decrease heart rate variability.
Yoga and meditation:
ranscendental meditation can decrease heart rate and blood pressure, promoting cardiovascular health.
This type of meditation can promote positive emotions and decrease stress, which may indirectly influence heart rate.
The repetition of a mantra can promote relaxation and decrease heart rate.
Focusing on the breath can promote relaxation and decrease heart rate.
Guided meditations can promote relaxation and decrease stress, indirectly influencing heart rate.
Through various techniques, meditation can promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance the mind-body connection, all of which can contribute to a reduction in heart rate.