Mindfullnes

Mindfulness is the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment—and accepting it without judgment. Mindfulness is now being examined scientifically and has been found to be a key element in stress reduction and overall happiness. Regular using of Hypnopedia enhances mindfulness

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What are the health benefits of breathing exercises?
Breathing is so familiar to us that we rarely think whether we are breathing correctly. However, mastering breathing techniques is very beneficial for health and helps improve well-being.
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10 signs that you live unconsciously but want to improve
By pursuing the future or worrying about the past, we often lose track of the present. As a result, we are unsatisfied with life, overthinking and constantly depending on the opinions of others. If something similar torments you too, perhaps you are living an unconscious life.
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Why meditation is good for you and your body
Meditation is one of the most affordable ways to increase your concentration and appeal to your inner feelings. However, what are the actual benefits of meditation and what needs to be done to make it work?
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What is a mental health assessment and how to carry it out yourself?
It hasn’t been long since people started to speak about mental health, and World Mental Health Day has been celebrated only since 1992. However, it is as important as physical health. So how can you evaluate and improve your mental health indicators?
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How to create positive thinking and strengthen your self-confidence
Positive thinking allows a person not only withstand life’s hardships but also create a new reality. It proceeds from the fact that a thought is primary and charged with energy that is enough to change the personality, attract all the best to your life and fulfil your most cherished desires.
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Insomnia triggers type 2 diabetes (T2D) - a new study
Diabetologia journal published a list of risk factors for type 2 diabetes. In total, 34 factors were identified, of which 19 increase and 15 reduce the risk of developing the disease. Another 21 factors were recognized as potential ones. It was shown that insomnia is one of the factors contributing to diabetes.
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