It’s a researched and proven fact that Mindfulness meditation practices positively impact psychological wellbeing of an individual. Many controlled studies have displayed improved mental health across mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, eating disorder, substance abuse, and even chronic pain management.
Mindfulness meditation breaks rumination of mind and shifts it to a more positive and sustained attention. Such a literal shift in attention can help cultivate regulatory processes that promote psychological wellbeing. There is compelling evidence from Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MSBR) studies for coping with stress and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) for people undergoing chronic depression.
The brain starts to work in a better and positive way by involving mindfulness in a regime. The psychological wellbeing of an individual improves with the generation of positive energy and emotional regulation.