Meditate to Medicate. You do not necessarily need pills and potions.

Meditation, deep breathing, and visualization is finally being recognized as true methods to help get fitter and healthier.

It becomes clear that such techniques are not just reserved for monks in temples but rather is readily available to the everyday person who wants better health, higher energy levels, and strengthened the immune system.

The university of Wisconsin found positive emotions after meditation leads to favorable changes in brain activity and antibody response to influenza vaccine.

In young trainees, yoga develops joint flexibility, respiratory endurance and muscle strength and also dexterity in students.

Reduction in body fat, increase shoulder flexibility in elderly females, improvement in immunological tolerance, positive changes in neuro-endocrine functions including melatonin and cortisol secretions, lower perceived exertion after exhaustive exercise are the other documented physical health benefits of yoga.

You do not necessarily need pills and potions. Often they are overpriced and ineffective anyway. You just need to learn some exercises that are more internally than externally.

Below you'll discover some common-sense points that you can apply now to take advantage of meditation where the exercise regime is concerned.

1. Rest day relaxation

Try to clear your mind and think about training and experiences. If this is an area you want to improve (health) so quiet contemplation can be invaluable.

2. Before exercising

Take five minutes to compose himself. See yourself performing to the best of your abilities.

3. Keep Balanced

Yes, you can train every day. BUT intensity should be tweaked. Schedule rest LIKE carefully as the training itself.

4. Find out what works for you

There is no 'one size fits all "strategies. Learn some meditation techniques that you like and feel recover faster, feel calmer, and experience immunity better!

So, after physical exercise or a long day at work, remember to meditate to medicate!