The goal in this study was to advance the understanding of the neural pathways of meditation by addressing the cerebral blood flow (CBF) responses associated with two different meditation practices performed by the same individuals and how such changes related to the ?stress? circuits in the brain.


  • Language: English
  • Target / Subjects: Ten healthy subjects (four females and six males, mean age=53.7 years, range 43?62) who were experienced meditators
  • Author: Danny J.J. Wang, Hengyi Rao, Marc Korczykowski, Nancy Wintering, John Pluta, Dharma Singh Khalsa, Andrew B. Newberg
  • Date Published / Reference: Psychiatry Res. 2011 Jan 30;191(1):60-7.
  • Covered Diseases: fMRI, Cerebral blood flow, Frontal lobe, Stress, Arterial spin labeling (ASL)
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Categories: Kundalini Yoga Research
Tags: Arterial spin labeling (ASL), Cerebral blood flow, fMRI, Frontal lobe, Stress
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