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We know that there’s anecdotal evidence that meditation makes us feel better. After all, when we meditate, we often feel more relaxed and clear-headed and less anxious and distracted. But there’s plenty of empirical evidence that meditation actually triggers some pretty amazing changes in our brain, too. Here are just a few of them. Grey Matter Matters One...
Did you know that most Americans spend an average of 13 hours sitting per day? While it should inspire you to get up and move around more, it also begs the question: What are you sitting on?