Meditation For Healing Injury – 10 Minute Guided Meditation // Caroline Jordan // The goal of this meditation for healing injury is to introduce you to a creative mindfulness exercise. For more info, visit https://carolinejordanfitness.com/
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The goal of this meditation for healing injury is to introduce you to a creative mindfulness exercise and explain how you can use it to manage pain and complement your physical rehabilitation. As always, you need to follow all instructions given by your doctor or therapist. Meditation is a skill you can use in addition to your physical rehabilitation exercises.
The link is simple. Stress inhibits healing and meditation reduces stress. In addition to the psychological stress-reducing benefits, meditation has been shown in studies to reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol. While a 10-20 minute daily practice probably won’t magically fix broken bones, meditation has been shown to potentially have some wound-healing properties and if you’re treating stress-related anxiety around your injury, it’s an excellent addition to your existing protocol.
Giving yourself a few minutes of meditation each day is a great way to speed workout recovery and to cut through life’s constant stress. While it might not work magic – it WILL help you feel better throughout recovery.
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