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Mind-Body Practices when Living with Arthritis

I have resorted to Mind-body practices like mindfulness which has helped me to deal with rheumatoid arthritis which usually is accompanied by pain, fatigue, sleep difficulties and stress, among other concerns. By remembering that the body and mind work together, I have learnt to channel this bi-directional (mind influences body, body influences mind) experience towards achieving some stress reduction and improving my overall sense of well-being.

Mindfulness as I have been thought through my special sessions, simply means the focus of the energy of the mind – or focused awareness. The idea is that you focus, aim, and sustain attention. There are many ways to be mindful, but the foundation of all mindfulness is being in the moment.

Mindfulness is the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment—and accepting it without judgment.

Mindfulness has been one of my most powerful tonics on my journey of wellbeing!

Will talk about the tools used in my next posts.

Peaceful moments to all!

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