Dr. Pankaj Naram says the mind is a powerful part of overall health.
A new research study out of George Mason University in Virginia has revealed the importance of a positive mental attitude in overall health, especially for those who suffer from heart ailments. In short, the researchers discovered that people who have brighter mental outlooks tend to have healthier habits, exercise more often, eat better, and take medicines when they should. Those with bleaker dispositions, however, often engage in self-neglect of various sorts, which can cause long-term health problems.
The idea of positive self-motivation, Dr. Pankaj Naram agrees, was at the center of the study’s analysis. It appears that positive people are pro-active and look forward to addressing health concerns. Negative attitudes are detrimental all around, the study concluded, because people who are not self-motivated tend to accept a bad diagnosis and often do nothing to change their lifestyles.
On the bright side, those who conducted the study pointed out that even the most negative attitudes can be changed, and people who start out with a bleak outlook can come to be optimists in the long run. Master Healer Pankaj Naram agrees, emphasizing that the mind often plays a larger role in human health than sometimes suspected in the Western sciences.
Master Healer Pankaj Naram gave the example of his master, who lived to be 125 years. “When I first met my master, he was 115, and he would say he was 115 years young. He was always positive, and working hard helping thousands of people even at this age. He taught me so many secrets for how anyone can live to more than 100 years with vibrant health, unlimited energy, and peace of mind.”
Dr. Pankaj Naram says that more research needs to be done but thinks this study is a worthwhile addition to knowledge on the subject. Holistic health and other forms of alternative medicine often emphasize the many powerful benefits of having a positive mental attitude. Dr. Pankaj Naram has been recognized by many universities and governments around the world for his work in the field of Siddha-Veda Ancient Secrets. He notes that the George Mason University study proves a vital link between mind and body.