Diabetes patients may reduce depression and emotional problems through mindfulness based cognitive therapy!
For many patients, living with diabetes is no easy task. The day-to-day struggle of controlling the disease can take a toll on one’s mood. Being mindful of the moment may help diabetes patients boost their mental health.
Diabetes patients dealing with emotional problems may benefit from mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, according to a recent study. In mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, patients learn to pay attention to their feelings of stress and depression while developing a new relationship with those feelings.
The idea is to help patients understand their negative feelings, to discover what makes them vulnerable to those feelings and to become aware of the factors that lead to those feelings.
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