Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: E-meditation: A new tool for an ancient technique

(Medical University of South Carolina) E-meditation combines meditation with a low-level electrical stimulation that activates areas of the brain associated with meditation. Previous studies have suggested the combination of meditation and brain stimulation leads to reduced stress. At the Joint Meeting of Neuromodulation, Medical University of South Carolina researchers reported results from a study conducted during a five-day meditation retreat. E-meditation enhanced practice in both novice and experienced meditators, who were able to self-administer stimulation during meditation with minimal assistance.