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Leeza explains the benefits of meditation

Leeza really believes in the positive benefits of meditation. And it's not just about positive thinking. Meditation can help with anything from destressing, to aiding your digestion, lowing your blood pressure, and more.

It's just about what they call mindfulness. So get in a comfortable place—it can be on a bus, it can be in a bath tub, or anywhere really.

Then just take ten minutes to focus on your breathing. Close your eyes and just focus on inhaling—this is called cleansing breaths. Just listen to the sound of your breathing.

Do this consistently, and see how it feels. See the benefits in your life. Meditation can be a special time and can really give you mental and physical benefits.

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