power of the
The power of the mind
It’s not a complicated concept; it’s simply the art of paying attention to the present moment. It involves being aware of your thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations without trying to change or judge them. So what are the benefits of mindfulness? Let’s take a look first at some tips…
Mindfulness, stress and anxiety
Mindfulness, emotions and behaviour
Young people can experience intense emotions that may be difficult to work through. Mindfulness equips them with the skills to regulate their emotions by acknowledging and accepting them. This leads to better emotional responses and better overall well-being.
Young people often grapple with impulsive behaviours and decision-making. Mindfulness encourages thoughtful responses rather than impulsive reactions, leading to better decision-making and fewer regrets.
Better sleep quality
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