It motivates you to change your brain
Get real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain while you meditate.
It provides motivational challenges and rewards to encourage you to build a regular practice.
It improves how you respond to stress
In the short-term, meditation has been shown to trigger the natural relaxation response – a state of deep rest that changes the physiological and emotional responses to stress.
Your metabolism decreases and your heartbeat slows. The muscles relax, breathing becomes slower, and your blood pressure decreases.
Extended use can have amazing and lasting results
Meditation has been scientifically shown to reduce symptoms associated with stress, depression and anxiety.
Research has documented other benefits, like increased grey matter density, reduced thinning of the prefrontal cortex, decreasing amygdala activity (associated with stress response), and increased resilience – basically, an overall beneficial change of the brain’s structure and function.
It is designed to help you form the habit
Research has shown that starting with 3-5 minutes can dramatically help you build a meditation practice.
You can start with as little as 3 minute sessions and get rewards for your achievements, making sure it’s easy and motivating. You can also increase the amount of time of each session thereafter to help increase your meditation stamina.