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THE BEST FREE GRATITUDE MEDITATION VIDEOS
By Timothy Burgin | November 21st, 2019
In our busy day-to-day lives, we often overlook our best and most accessible source of happiness and well-being—gratitude. The synergetic combination of gratitude with meditation creates a powerful healing and calming effect on our bodies, minds, and hearts. Sitting down and focusing on our breath while summoning thoughts of gratitude encourages us to open our hearts and embrace our blessings. This in turn cultivates peace, positivity, and happiness. We’ve selected six of the best guided gratitude meditation videos so you can easily reap the benefits of gratitude and establish a regular practice.
Six Great Guided Meditation Videos for Gratitude
Check out this list of free youtube videos to learn how to practice a gratitude meditation. Each of these meditation practices is different, so watch all of them to find out which is the best one for you. To fully reap the benefits of gratitude it is best to practice every day.
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Joyful Gratitude Meditation by Yoga with Rituals
This 12-minute meditation begins with a brief intro on meditation and gratitude. This practice focuses on abundance and gratitude and ends with a gentle yoga stretch.
Guided Meditation For Gratitude by Boho Beautiful
This 10-minute guided meditation begins by focusing on the breath and then uses the centering thought “my life is filled with blessings and I am grateful” as the focus for the remainder of the practice. You can carry this affirmation through the rest of your day to refocus your mind on gratitude.
Morning Gratitude Meditation by Sarovara Yoga
This quick and simple 5-minute gratitude meditation is a great way to start your day. The background sounds of water and birds add to the calming and soothing instruction.
Gratitude Meditation with Ally Bogard by MNDLF Meditation
This 10-minute gratitude meditation combines a physical feeling exploration of the chest and the energetic heart while mentally listing all that you appreciate and are grateful for. This practice encourages voluntary physical stillness while holding the energy of gratitude as the focus of your mind.
Heart-Centered Gratitude Meditation by Sleepy Santosha
This 7-minute heart-centered meditation begins with invoking gratitude for a helpful object, a safe space, and a kind person. The second half of the practice synchronizes simple arm movements with the breath to activate the heart chakra and to encourage feelings of offering and receiving gratitude.
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Guided Loving Kindness Meditation for Gratitude by Declutter The Mind
This 10-minute guided meditation session incorporates the Buddhist technique of loving-kindness or Metta meditation to express love, kindness, and gratitude.
More Ways to Practice Gratitude
Have you enjoyed these meditations and want to further incorporate gratitude into your life and yoga practice? We have several other great resources on YogaBasics for you! Read our article on easy and simple ways to add gratitude to your yoga practice or see this list of the Best Yoga Poses and Mantras for Gratitude. You should also check out 14 Free Yoga Videos to Boost Gratitude to see our list of amazing free yoga videos specifically designed to help you cultivate a sense of gratitude. If you need the inspiration to start or keep going with your daily practice of gratitude, see this list of awesome quotes on yoga and gratitude.
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Vitamin D deficiency is easily treatable with oral supplements, but many patients may not be getting the proper dosage, and this could be putting their health at risk. An analysis of vitamin D supplements on the market in the US revealed that dosages vary widely regardless of what is listed on the label. Over-the-counter, bottled pills were found to contain between 52 and 135 percent of their advertised vitamin D content, while those produced by compounding pharmacies contained as little as 23 percent and as much as 146 percent of the labeled amount. More… Discuss
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Sir Donald “The Don” George Bradman’s 20-year cricket career began in 1928, when he joined the Australian national team. He is widely considered the sport’s greatest player and one of the world’s most outstanding athletes. Bradman’s career batting average was 99.94 runs per inning, a record that still stands at 30 runs higher than his nearest competitor. In 1934, acute appendicitis and peritonitis nearly cost Bradman his life. Who famously asked to be kept apprised of his condition? More… Discuss
In the 3rd century BCE, Hippocrates introduced his theory of Humoralism. It was based on the notion that 4 fluids, each corresponding to one of the 4 elements, permeate the human body and cause disease when not in balance. Theories regarding the 4 humors—blood, black bile, yellow bile, and phlegm—expanded over the years, and in the 2nd century CE, Galen published a treatise which associated a specific temperament with each humor. What humor was thought to cause a melancholic disposition? More… Discuss
Andre-Jaques Garnerin used his invention, the parachute, when he undertook the first jump from a hot air balloon in 1797. Since then, parachuting, or skydiving, has been utilized in military operations as well as for recreation and sport. Skydiving typically involves jumping from an aircraft at an altitude of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft), free-falling, and then deploying a parachute to slow the landing. Who holds the record for the highest parachute jump in history? More… Discuss
Cheerleading first appeared in the US in the late 1880s with crowds chanting to encourage school spirit. The first recorded instance of organized cheering took place at Princeton University in 1884. Later, a Princeton graduate introduced the idea at University of Minnesota football games. In 1898, Minnesota student Johnny Campbell directed a crowd in a cheer—marking the official birth of organized cheerleading. The first cheer squads were all male. When did women enter the world of cheerleading? More… Discuss
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Glycohemoglobin (HbA1c, A1c)
A glycohemoglobin test, or hemoglobin A1c, is a blood test that checks the amount of sugar (glucose) bound to the hemoglobin in the red blood cells. When hemoglobin and glucose bond, a coat of sugar forms on the hemoglobin. That coat gets thicker when there’s more sugar in the blood. A1c tests measure how thick that coat has been over the past 3 months, which is how long a red blood cell lives. People who have diabetes or other conditions that increase their blood glucose levels have more glycohemoglobin (sugar bound to hemoglobin) than normal.
An A1c test can be used to diagnose prediabetes or diabetes. The A1c test checks the long-term control of blood glucose levels in people with diabetes. Most doctors think checking an A1c level is the best way to check how well a person is controlling his or her diabetes.
A home blood glucose test measures the level of blood glucose only at that moment. Blood glucose levels change during the day for many reasons, including medicine, diet, exercise, and the level of insulin in the blood.
It is useful for a person who has diabetes to have information about the long-term control of blood sugar levels. The A1c test result does not change with any recent changes in diet, exercise, or medicines.
Glucose binds to hemoglobin in red blood cells at a steady rate. Since red blood cells last 3 to 4 months, the A1c test shows how much glucose is in the plasma part of blood. This test shows how well your diabetes has been controlled in the last 2 to 3 months and whether your diabetes treatment plan needs to be changed.
Article Outline Patients and Methods Study Design and Setting Study Participants and Data Collection Statistical Analyses Results Discussion Conclusion Supplemental Online Material References Abstract Objectives To assess the epidemiology of nonoptimal hyponatremia correction and to identify associated morbidity and in-hospital mortality. Patients and Methods An electronic medical record search identified all patients admitted with profound hyponatremia (sodium <120 mmol/L) from January 1, 2008, through December 31, 2012. Patients were classified as having optimally or nonoptimally corrected hyponatremia at 24 hours after admission. Optimal correction was defined as sodium correction in 24 hours of 6 through 10 mmol/L. We investigated the association between sodium correction and demographic and outcome variables, including occurrence of osmotic demyelination syndrome (ODS). Baseline characteristics by correction outcome categories were compared using the Kruskal-Wallis test for continuous variables and the χ2 test for categorical variables. Odds ratios for in-hospital mortality between groups were assessed using logistic regression. Adjusted differences in hospital length of stay (LOS) and intensive care unit (ICU) LOS were assessed using the Dunnett 2-tailed t test. Results A total of 412 patients satisfied inclusion criteria of whom 174 (42.2%) were admitted to the ICU. A total of 211 (51.2%) had optimal correction of their hyponatremia at 24 hours, 87 (21.1%) had undercorrected hyponatremia, and 114 (27.9%) had overcorrected hyponatremia. Both patient factors and treatment factors were associated with nonoptimal correction. There was a single case of ODS. Overcorrection was not associated with in-hospital mortality or ICU LOS. When adjusted for patient factors, undercorrection of profound hyponatremia was associated with an increase in hospital LOS (9.3 days; 95% CI, 1.9-16.7 days). Conclusion Nonoptimal correction of profound hyponatremia is common. Fortunately, nonoptimal correction is associated with serious morbidity only infrequently.