Follow your breath: respiratory interoceptive accuracy in experienced meditators.

@article{Daubenmier2013FollowYB,
  title={Follow your breath: respiratory interoceptive accuracy in experienced meditators.},
  author={Jennifer J Daubenmier and Jocelyn A Sze and Catherine E. Kerr and Margaret E. Kemeny and Wolf E Mehling},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={50 8},
  pages={777-89}
}
Attention to internal bodily sensations is a core feature of mindfulness meditation. Previous studies have not detected differences in interoceptive accuracy between meditators and nonmeditators on heartbeat detection and perception tasks. We compared differences in respiratory interoceptive accuracy between meditators and nonmeditators in the ability to detect and discriminate respiratory resistive loads and sustain accurate perception of respiratory tidal volume during nondistracted and… CONTINUE READING

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