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1 Department of Psychology, University of Bangladesh University (BU), Bangladesh

2 Department of Psychology, Abarkouh Branch, Islamic Azad University, Abarkouh, Iran


According to researchers, there is a part of the brain that is both for negative emotions and for positive emotions. Research has shown that people who are often happy are more active in the front of their frontal lobes, while people who are anxious are more active on the right side. The good news is that "you can" adjust your emotions through meditation and change the point of emotion in the brain. You will be happier if you meditate for about an hour a day, that is, 6 days a week and one hour a day for 8 weeks. In addition to happiness, you will gain more understanding and empathy with others, and your immune system will be strengthened. Meditation helps you to sleep deeper and with better quality by calming your mind and modulating hormones. When your sleep is deep and quality, growth hormones and melatonin are released in the body, both of which are anti-aging hormones. In addition, deep, quality sleep releases toxic proteins from the brain that, if left in the brain (due to poor sleep quality), reduce the ability to process information, solve problems, and be creative, and increase emotional responses. Also, meditation has an effective role in increasing the power of the mind. This process also increases the speed of learning by increasing your level of concentration and increases the power of memory, level of consciousness and the amount of emotion control and prevents the decrease of the mentioned cases with age.


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