A growing body of research has been suggesting that mindfulness practices can have a powerful and positive effect on health and well being across a wide range of medical and psychological conditions exacerbated by stress, for example:

  • ADHD

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Chronic pain

  • Fatigue

  • Anger

  • Headaches

  • High blood pressure

  • Sleep problems

Studies have shown that practicing mindfulness, even for just a few months, can bring a variety of physical, psychological, and social benefits. Here are a few of these benefits.

Mindfulness is good for our bodies:

A seminal study found that, after just eight weeks of training, practicing mindfulness meditation boosts our immune system’s ability to fight off illness.

Mindfulness is good for our minds:

Several studies have found that mindfulness increases positive emotions while reducing negative emotions and stress. Indeed, at least one study suggests it may be as good as antidepressants in fighting depression and preventing relapse.

Mindfulness changes our brains:

Research has found that it increases density of gray matter in brain regions linked to learning, memory, emotion regulation, and empathy.

Mindfulness helps us focus:

Studies suggest that mindfulness helps us tune out distractions and improves our memory and attention skills.

Mindfulness enhances relationships:

Research suggests mindfulness training makes couples more satisfied with their relationship, makes each partner feel more optimistic and relaxed, and makes them feel more accepting of and closer to one another.

Mindfulness is good for parents and parents-to-be:

Studies suggest it may reduce pregnancy-related anxiety, stress, and depression in expectant parents. Parents who practice mindfulness report being happier with their parenting skills and their relationship with their kids, and their kids were found to have better social skills.

Mindfulness helps health care professionals cope with stress:

Connect with their patients, and improve their general quality of life. It also helps mental health professionals by reducing negative emotions and anxiety, and increasing their positive emotions and feelings of self-compassion.

Mindfulness helps veterans:

Studies suggest it can reduce the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the aftermath of war.

Mindfulness helps fight obesity:

Practicing “mindful eating” encourages healthier eating habits, helps people lose weight, and helps them savor the food they do eat.

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