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Underpinning Neural Activity for Yoga and Meditation Techniques

Underpinning Neural Activity for Yoga and Meditation Techniques

Unveiling brain oscillatory patterns and characterizing unique EEG signatures in functional integration of mind-body practices (Yoga/Meditation) are of primary importance in social neuroscience perspectives. It has been noted that brain-to-brain synchrony studies using Electroencephalography techniques were the primary requisite for understanding information transfer process and integration in brain neural circuits for cognitive processes such as memory, attention, motor coordination and visual perception. The study focuses on behavioral analysis and functional cortical mapping of brain oscillatory patterns associated with integrated yoga-meditation practitioners and non-practitioners. Our objectiveincludes a long-term study to compile activation maps using EEG signaturesacross populations and to explore temporal, spatial and prospective memory changes in yoga-meditation practitioners and the impacts of cued events.Identifying such neural correlates may function as a potential probe for mapping motor functions or attention deficit conditions in clinical cases such as with Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

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