Katy Perry claims she’s meditating on her hangover | Music News

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No one likes a hangover, especially when you’re over 30. But Katy Perry has an interesting way to dodge headaches and stomachaches.

She says The cup of her foolproof morning routine, “I try to meditate in the morning if I haven’t slept enough or my sleep was like an Imax movie — which, most of the time, it is.”

She added, “I use it for jet lag, hangovers, creativity. Sometimes I slip away for 20 minutes in the middle of the day. I’m like, ‘I’ll be right back. I’m in a bad mood, and I’ll be back soon in a better one.””

Katy has revealed how she was drawn to Transcendental Meditation, which she calls TM, and says it “changed my life profoundly”.

“I learned it 14 or 15 years ago, and it gave me more of a compass, more of an anchor. I can be too head in the clouds, think too much about the future, and that helps me be more present,” she explained. “I’ve dealt with depression and anxiety in my life, and TM is a huge tool.”

Katy says it’s more important than ever to be grounded, especially as she’s a mom about to embark on the new season of american idol juggling it TO PLAY residency in Las Vegas.

“It’s a blur. I always say, ‘I’m going to eat this elephant one bite at a time,'” she remarked.

She also revealed another tool she uses, hot yoga. But Katy says she can’t do the exercise every day because “I have a kid and I want to spend every extra moment I have with her”.

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