Mindfulness and meditation
Mindfulness is a non-religious form of meditation that can is not clearly defined and can take many forms. A particularly common way to practice mindfulness involves purposefully and non-judgmentally paying attention to the present moment.
ME/CFS[edit | edit source]
Some patients with ME/CFS claim that mindfulness or meditation help them to reduce their symptoms. It may be used alongside other management techniques and strategies such as pacing.
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Clinicians[edit | edit source]
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Mindfulness can have both positive and negative effects.
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- Van Dam, Nicholas T.; van Vugt, Marieke K.; Vago, David R.; Schmalzl, Laura; Saron, Clifford D.; Olendzki, Andrew; Meissner, Ted; Lazar, Sara W.; Kerr, Catherine E. (Jan 2018). "Mind the Hype: A Critical Evaluation and Prescriptive Agenda for Research on Mindfulness and Meditation". Perspectives on Psychological Science: A Journal of the Association for Psychological Science. 13 (1): 36–61. doi:10.1177/1745691617709589. ISSN 1745-6924. PMC . PMID 29016274.
- Yahm, Sarah (Feb 5, 2018). "Prescribing Mindfulness Allows Doctors to Ignore Legitimate Female Pain". Slate Magazine. Retrieved Aug 29, 2020.