Faith and religion positively correlate to mental and physical health. So can faith be used as an effective method of pain management?
Struggling with suicidal thoughts can be lonely. Could faith be the answer to making loneliness a bit more bearable and ultimately combating suicide?
Intermittent fasting is not only popular from a health perspective but also from a spiritual one. Learn about the spiritual benefits of intermittent fasting.
Many rely on faith to improve their health but science itself has shown a positive correlation between religious activity and improved health outcomes.
There has been plenty of research into the relationship between religion/spirituality and mental health. While the majority of studies have shown significantly less anxiety among religious people, there are also some mixed results.
There is some evidence that religious people can live longer and healthier lives, potentially because religion provides comfort, support, and peace.
Religion and medicine might not seem like natural partners but what does the science say about faith helping people live longer?
Based on research, religion may have a combative effect on mood and overall well-being and may be an effective solution for those suffering from depression.
Meditation and prayer are different in intent but both provide benefits like increased awareness, calming the mind, and letting go of negative thoughts.