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    Default Mindfullness Practice Reduces Relapse Risk

    For all carb, sugar etc "olics" around.
    psychologytoday.com: Mindfulness Practice Reduces Relapse Risk.
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/b...s-relapse-risk
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    Thanks RM. I look forward to reading this after I have vacuumed.
    Gilli - DLTBGYD but more importantly KCHO

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    There are a useful set of videos here that are worth watching. This one on Why Meditate may help, however he as also done some on breathing which may also be have a beneficial effect.
    Why Meditate? | Change your Brain's Default Mode
    There is a cogwheel settings option and I find it useful to use the auto-generated subtitles and adjust the speed to 1.5 so I get through them faster.
    Last edited by TedHutchinson; 13th February 2019 at 09:10 AM.

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    Great to see you back amongst us Ted. Your expertise has been missed.

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    So recommend meditation- not for anything diet related but it changes you.

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    Ive been meditating morning and evening now for over three years, with beneficial effects.
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    That sounds interesting CW. What form does your meditation take?
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    I sit for 30 mins, morning and evening, in a quiet, locked room

    I drink herbal tea and wake up. And then do this for 20 mins then write in my daily journal
    Evening I meditate for 20 mins then write up in my journal then sleep.

    I use Headspace,app I like Andy Pudlecome guidance, also Calm app Tamara Leggett is a lovely guide.

    Obviously I now can do it for myself with no help after so many years, but having friendly voices as guides is really helpful in my ears and I still go to them when life gets stressful. And both sites are so much more than just meditation routines.

    If I had to choose just one I'd go for Headspace for best meditation training.

    But for general relaxation? Calm.
    I recommend the velveteen rabbit sleep story 100%. And Tamara daily calm is just wonderful

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    Thank you CW for bringing this to my attention again. Off to downlaod headspace
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