Being mindful does not always come innately. All day long thoughts whip around our heads faster than race cars in the Indy 500.
It is one of the most common mental and psychiatric disorders, which can affect our mood in the form of sadness and disappointment.
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss the science behind meditation.
Mindfulness and meditation are hard. I seem to spend half my time clearing phone notifications from Headspace, the mindfulness app.
It’s no secret that meditation has positive impacts on our thinking, health, stress levels and mood when practised regularly.
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