When one avoids expensive drug therapy by opting for methods which are oddly labeled “alternative” today, a reduction in costs for the patient and healthcare provider can develop over time. This effect can be wrought by our entire culture if we consider the results of the following study recently discussed in an article published in the Independent.
Mindfulness therapy works as well as anti-depressant drugs, major new study finds
Inspired in part by Buddhist philosophy, mindfulness involves training the brain to deal with negative emotions using techniques such as meditation, breathing exercises and yoga. READ MORE