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The power of VR meditation
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Be more present
We are connected to everything but ourselves. Busy lifestyle, multi-tasking, anxiety and stress make us live life in a less than present way.
Researchers have shifted their focus from traditional treatments to mindfulness, as there is compelling evidence about its impact on several key areas- including depression, chronic pain, and anxiety. Mindfulness is considered as existing knowledge waited to be found, given that it is founded on brain functionality that hasn’t changed for thousands of years. As this is a strong response to those worried that it could be another hype, science keeps investing in methods and tools that facilitate mindfulness.
Take a micro-break
Short, voluntary breaks can have a very positive effect as they can be beneficial – reducing stress, boost creativity and productivity, sharpen our communication skills. Solas VR experiences enable microbreaks that actively promote increased calmness, stress relief and a better mental wellbeing overall.
Science supports that microbreaks boost our mental performance by refreshing our attention beyond attention span boundaries. According to research, specific activities, including relaxation, during microbreaks have a strong positive impact on performance and wellbeing.
Virtual Reality & Nature
Virtual Reality recreates the “real” world. It tricks our body into thinking it is in the environment presented to us and so we react accordingly. This allows us to disconnect from the stress or pressure of our job or, for example, to let go of any negativity after a stressful meeting. The Nature scenes typically stimulate the production of endorphins that trigger greater calm and connectedness to nature. This enables us to approach any subsequent activity in a fresh and positive manner and it unleashes our creative thinking.
Multiple scientific researchers, from different disciplines, have explored the power of VR as a treatment method, especially in conditions like panic attacks, anxiety and PTSD. Today, there is compelling evidence that Virtual Reality impacts our brains in a transformational manner that unlocks our healing, performing and well-being potentials.
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