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What Is Mindfulness?

Stop doing what are you doing right now! Think about where you are, what is around you, who is around you and what exactly you are doing! Had you noticed these things earlier? This is what is being mindful. Being where you are and allowing yourself to feel what you are feeling. 

Just think how it will be? When you have full control on your life! Yes that is what we are talking about ‘Mindfulness’. Mindfulness about accepting what is happening in your life and being in the moment, not having full control of your life

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What Is Mindfulness Therapy?

Mindfulness therapy allows your body and mind to experience present moment without any judgemental opinions. Through mindfulness therapy, you can learn to counter the daily life’s emotional difficulties such as stress, depression, loneliness and anxiety.

How Does Mindfulness Work?

When you are in a indisposed circumstance, your brain might create negative patterns of thoughts which might make you feel worried. As a result, you may experience conditions such as mood-related issues, behavioural issues and physical pains. Mindfulness will be your key to overcome these conditions. 
When you opted to mindfulness therapies, it enhances your mind to achieve a relaxed state where you may accept the thoughts in a non-judgemental way. Gradually, as the therapy progresses, you may become more presentable to the things happening around you, feel more comfortable in dealing with emotions and be more accepting of things that come your way. 

What are the illnesses does mindfulness helps with?

Mindfulness addresses most of the difficulties that we undergo on a daily basis in our lives. Apart from that, it also helps to deal with a few mental health conditions too. Emotions and conditions that can be controlled and through mindfulness includes,


For today’s world stress doesn’t needs a introduction. Practicing mindfulness techniques such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), breathing and meditation helps you to take control over stress.


Yet another mental health condition that snaps out emotional well-being offline is anxiety. By practicing mindfulness techniques like Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MCBT), you can gain sovereignty over the symptoms of anxiety such as nervousness, breathing problem, trembling or muscle twitching and dread.


Clinical evidences and therapist over the years has shown more positive trials on mindfulness reducing depression without any side effects especially with teens . Mindfulness makes you to overcome the symptoms of depression such as fatigue, excessive sadness, social isolation, overthinking and other related issues.

Sleep issues:

If you are experiencing any sleep related issues such as over sleeping (hypersomnia) or sleeping less (insomnia)- mindfulness is one of the best ways that helps with improving your sleep hygiene.

Addiction issues:

Yes! You read that right, using mindfulness therapies addiction issues can be addressed. Key symptoms of addiction such as craving, pre-occupational thoughts and dependance can be taken care. It also addresses few physical symptoms like nausea, anxiety, shakiness and blackouts. 

Dealing with Trauma:

You may have been trapped with intrusive thoughts due to traumatic experiences such as accidents, loss of loved one or other disturbing events that got your head for years. It can be managed through mindfulness practices. With inclusion of trauma events, some of the other conditions that can be managed through this therapy may include relationship issues, personality development and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Suicidal ideation:

Mindfulness is a very effective tool to help manage thoughts of suicide. Therapies such as Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) can help you nullify those negative biased thoughts.  

Other mental illnesses:

Mindfulness is also effective to several mental conditions  such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Bipolar disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

Mindfulness based therapies:

Often, mindfulness therapy coupled with few other therapies in order to get best out it. Some of the therapies that are based on the approaches of mindfulness are,

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) 

MBCT is a combination of mindfulness with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). All other forms of cognitive therapies focuses on symptoms and behaviour to the situation. But MBCT completely targets your thoughts to the situations. 
Using this therapy, the therapist helps you to breakdown the negative thoughts and work towards emotional well-being.. By the application of MBCT, you can overcome the mental conditions such as anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depressive disorders. 

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a complete evidence-based therapeutic method. The core concept of this therapy is based on the theory called Relational Frame Theory (RFT). Moreover, ACT emphasize human language and cognition. Here, the therapist helps you understand and accept the emotional difficulty that you are going through. Later, with the value based actions (commitment) and with right coping technique you can subside your difficulties. 

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

The meaning of ‘Dialectical’ is finding balance or balancing the opposite position. This psychotherapy allows you to deal with your intense emotions. In this therapy, the therapist helps you to identify your emotional difficulties and gradually as the therapy progress you will learn to balance your conflicts.