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Prisoners doing yoga may see psychological benefits - University of Oxford

Prisoners doing yoga may see psychological benefits - University of Oxford | Mental Wellbeing | Scoop.it
10 weeks of yoga can improve mood and mental wellbeing among prisoners, and may have an effect on impulsive behaviour http://t.co/yTksc7qqvr
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New health and wellness application Argus goes beyond your ...

New health and wellness application Argus goes beyond your ... | Mental Wellbeing | Scoop.it
Argus is the next iOS application in Azumio's portfolio of health and wellness solutions. The application combines the functionality of many other fitness applications, but it goes a step further to provide you with meaningful data ...
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Meditation In Action: Why You Should Be More Mindful In Relationships (PHOTOS) - Huffington Post

Meditation In Action: Why You Should Be More Mindful In Relationships (PHOTOS) - Huffington Post | Mental Wellbeing | Scoop.it
Meditation In Action: Why You Should Be More Mindful In Relationships (PHOTOS)
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Mindfulness will undoubtedly help you get some headspace and make a difference in your life. But there's another good reason for training the mind.
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Anxious? Depressed? Try Greek philosophy - Telegraph

Anxious? Depressed? Try Greek philosophy - Telegraph | Mental Wellbeing | Scoop.it
Crippled by social anxiety and burnt out after a decade of hedonism, Jules Evans eventually found inspiration from the ancient Greeks.
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Mindfulness meditation aids health - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Mindfulness meditation aids health - Pittsburgh Post Gazette | Mental Wellbeing | Scoop.it
Mindfulness meditation aids health Pittsburgh Post Gazette Mindfulness-based stress reduction, a 12-week program developed in the 1970s by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, uses techniques from Buddhism to train...
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