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Research on Mindfulness <ul><li>Participants in Science Of Emotion: From Neurotransmitters to Social Networks

Research on Mindfulness Participants in mindfulness meditation program experienced less pain, anxiety, and depression than patients treated with conventional medicines. 1 Meditators utilize medical care services 30 to 87% less than a control group utilizing conventional practices. 2 Chronic pain patients practicing meditation noted a 36% reduction in their use of clinics during the first year. 3 Kabat-Zinn, J et al. (1987). Four-year follow-up of a meditation-based program for the self-regulation of chronic pain: Treatment outcomes and compliance. Clin J Pain, 2:159-73. Orme-Johnson, DW (1987). Medical care utilization and the Transcendental Meditation program. Psychosomatic Medicine, 49:493-507. Caudill, M. et al. (1991). Decreased clinic use by chronic pain patients: response to behavioral medicine intervention. Journal of Chronic Pain, 7:305-10.

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