To determine whether a mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) intervention is effective for reducing psychosocial distress (i.e., depression, psychosocial stress) and the progression of nephropathy (i.e., albuminuria) and for improving the subjective health status of patients with type 2 diabetes.
This is the first randomized, controlled trial comparing the manualized Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program with an active control for Generalized Anxiety Disorder, a disorder characterized by chronic worry and physiological hyperarousal symptoms.
MBSR may reduce elevated blood pressure (BP). Treatment guidelines recommend lifestyle modifications for BP in the prehypertensive range (SBP 120–139 or DBP 80–89), followed by antihypertensives if BP reaches hypertensive levels.
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As anxiety and depression among college students soars, universities in Connecticut and nationally are expanding their mental health counseling, even offering courses that address mental well-being.
Improving asthma patients’ quality of life is an important clinical outcome. This study evaluated the efficacy of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in improving quality of life and lung function in patients with asthma.
To compare the efficacy of the following two empirically supported group interventions to help distressed survivors of breast cancer cope: mindfulness-based cancer recovery (MBCR) and supportive-expressive group therapy (SET).
Although mindfulness-based therapy has become a popular treatment, little is known about its efficacy. To conduct an effect size analysis of this popular intervention for anxiety and mood symptoms in clinical samples. A literature search was conducted using PubMed, PsycInfo, the Cochrane Library, and manual searches.
Study the effect of participation in a mindfulness training program (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) on degree of bother from hot flashes and night sweats.
In these young health professionals and trainees, sleep and resilience are correlated with both mindfulness and self-compassion. Prospective studies are needed to determine whether training to increase mindfulness and self-compassion can improve clinicians’ sleep and resilience or whether decreasing sleep disturbances and building resilience improves mindfulness and compassion.