Research

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From its beginnings, first recorded in print around 5,000 BC meditation has been continuously used in all cultures around the world. While it was often used on the spiritual path, it has also been widely applied as a valuable aid to help prevent diseases, speed recovery and foster good health, vitality and general wellbeing. It has a long track record!

More recently many thousands of studies have been published in scientific journals confirming meditation’s wide range of health benefits. The evidence base supporting the therapeutic use of mindfulness and meditation is now very strong.

In the review papers below, we have brought together key research evidence that support the therapeutic application of the Allevi8 App in the management of chronic degenerative disease and the symptoms or issues people frequently experience in association with these diseases.

Evidence by disease type

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Evidence by symptoms/issues

Emotional health

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Pain relief

Dr Ainslie Meares and Ian Gawler have both reported on dramatic positive benefits observed when people with chronic pain learn to meditate. Mindfulness meditation has been found to be associated with a significant reduction in pain, fatigue, and sleeplessness along with improved function, mood and general health for people with chronic pain syndromes.

References

Meares, A. Relief Without Drugs. 1967; Hill of Content, Melbourne.

Gawler IJ, You Can Conquer Cancer, revised edition. 2020; Michelle Anderson Publishing, Melbourne.

Kabat-Zinn J et al. J Behav Med. 1985;8(2):163-90.

Singh BB, et al. Altern Ther Health Med. 1998;4(2):67-70.

Astin JA, et al. J Rheumatol. 2003;30(10):2257-62.

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Finding meaning

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Evidence by disease type

Evidence by symptoms/issues

Pain relief

Dr Ainslie Meares and Ian Gawler have both reported on dramatic positive benefits observed when people with chronic pain learn to meditate. Mindfulness meditation has been found to be associated with a significant reduction in pain, fatigue, and sleeplessness along with improved function, mood and general health for people with chronic pain syndromes.

References

Meares, A. Relief Without Drugs. 1967; Hill of Content, Melbourne.

Gawler IJ, You Can Conquer Cancer, revised edition. 2020; Michelle Anderson Publishing, Melbourne.

Kabat-Zinn J et al. J Behav Med. 1985;8(2):163-90.

Singh BB, et al. Altern Ther Health Med. 1998;4(2):67-70.

Astin JA, et al. J Rheumatol. 2003;30(10):2257-62.

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