Mindfulness is a technique you can learn to be fully present and engaged in the moment without judging anything. It can help you manage your thoughts, feelings and mental health.
“Mindfulness” has become a bit of a buzz word in recent years. Even though all the hype around mindfulness can sometimes make it seem like it’s more of a trend than a treatment, there is evidence that practicing mindfulness can alleviate some physical and mental health problems.
Much has been written about the benefits of mindfulness. There is research suggesting it can counter stress, relieve chronic pain, and even improve aspects of mood, thinking, and memory. But how does it actually work? Does mindfulness actually produce detectable changes in the brain?
You have probably also noticed that there are tons of benefits of practicing mindfulness regularly. If you’re wondering what you can get out of being mindful, read on to learn about all the great things mindfulness can do for you!
A conversation with Patricia Rockman, of The Centre for Mindfulness Studies, about when mindfulness should be used for mental health and when it shouldn’t.