The embodied mind: A review on functional genomic and neurological correlates of mind-body therapies

Dr. Badri Rickhi had been involved in writing a review article for the Neuroscience and Biobehavior Reviews. This article is a review on functional genomic and neurological correlates of mind-body therapies.

“A broad range of mind-body therapies (MBTs) are used by the public today, and a growing body of clinical and basic sciences research has resulted in evidence-based integration of many MBTs into clinical practice. Basic sciences research has identified some of the physiological correlates of MBT practices, leading to a better understanding of the processes by which emotional, cognitive and psychosocial factors can influence health outcomes and well-being.” To continue reading Click Here.