Mindfulness and Anxiety

Mindfulness has been used in a collection of clinical trials specifically addressing the thought patterns associated with anxiety. Often people who are anxious tend to ruminate and worry about how future events may play out, feeling scared, anxious and stressed. Mindfulness helps encourage a person to attend to the present moment in a non-judgemental way, rather than allowing their thoughts to control their health and behaviour.

Many people who have adopted mindfulness have found it has a positive impact on their overall health, lowering blood pressure, stress levels and social relationships.

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