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Meta-analysis confirms mindfulness-based programs reduce psychological distress

The findings of a recent published in Nature Mental indicate that -Based Programs (MBPs) can lead to a slight to moderate reduction in psychological distress among adults, with the effects lasting up to six months.

Additionally, the results show that the effectiveness of these programs is not significantly impacted by individual characteristics such as baseline distress, gender, age, education, or dispositional mindfulness.

This research was conducted to explore the potential of Mindfulness-Based Programs (MBPs) in preventing mental health issues in adults outside of clinical settings.

MBPs are structured courses or training programs that teach individuals how to practice mindfulness, which involves being aware of one’s , , sensations, and environment without judgment.


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