Yes, for most people, it will. Although some people with specific disorders relating to anxiety
may find Kundalini meditations of limited use in alleviating their conditions, many people say that they do, indeed, feel less anxious in their daily lives as a result of meditating. In fact, some scientific studies have suggested that this form of meditation functions at a physiological level to help modulate the brain's internal mechanism such that less anxiety is felt. Indeed, when levels of stress hormones
, such as cortisol, have been looked at among people who do Kundalini meditating as a part of their daily routine, they appear to be less common. Overall, people who partake in the practice tend to report feeling less stressed and achieving a greater level of inner peace. Some studies go even further and suggest that cognitive impairment is reduced among practitioners.