Nutrition Health Coaching & Mindfulness
Are you tired of being stressed out and have the feeling of having lost control of your life?

Perhaps stress has taken over your day and so the need to re-take control.

Usually today's world makes us lead a fast life that can cause us to suffer stress, making you feel bad physically and psychologically. Often we not even realize it because we are so caught up in this spiral and we are not aware that something wrong is happening or think we can not do anything. Nothing is further from the truth, you can learn strategies that allow you to reduce stress.


Mindfulness is a simple and very powerful practice of training our attention. It’s really just about paying attention to the present moment and experiences; breath, thoughts, emotions, body sensations and the surrounding environment without immediately reacting to them and with an attitude of acceptance, interest and curiosity. Is the ability to be aware of all the processes that arise in every moment of our life, internal and external, Here and Now.
The brain generates thoughts and emotions continually manifested in the mind and body. Sometimes they are so strong that drag us. Mindfulness practice helps us to create a space between us and the thoughts and emotions, allowing them not to react impulsively but to respond consciously. 

There are different techniques to practice mindfulness. All have in common the search for an anchor point to go back when our attention starts to wander, usually the breath or body sensations. Every time the mind tends to wander and "off" of that element, the individual must re-focus on it. This practice allows attention to be increasingly stable and experience less frequent distractions.


The origin of Mindfulness is rooted in Buddhist philosophy and practice tradition more than 2500 years old. It is an effective practice without any religious context of Buddhism, and is often taught as a non-sectarian practice in the West.

The most famous internationally protocol based on Mindfulness is Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), it was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn and colleagues in 1979 at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, in the United States, to help people with a wide range of physical and mental health problems.

The teaching of MBSR has been extensively developed in hospitals and clinics for staff, medical students and patients, also in companies, law firms, universities, schools and government agencies. Evidence-based research shows MBSR to be effective in helping chronic pain and fatigue, depression, anxiety, life stress, psoriasis, cancer amongst many other conditions, and it also provides a framework in supporting self-care.


Mindfulness provides a series of cognitive and executive functions, favors a greater degree of self-awareness and facilitates the processes of emotional regulation, so that enables the individual to replace other more conscious automatic responses.

1. Mindfulness can dramatically reduce pain and emotional reaction to it. 

2. Improves mood, quality of life and ability to relax.

3. Improved self-esteem and reduce symptoms of anxiety, stress, depression, exhaustion and irritability.

5. Enhances your cognitive abilities, creativity, concentration and reaction speed.

7. Reduce the addictive and self-destructive behavior as well as eating disorders.

8. Improves brain function and calms the part of the brain responsible for producing stress hormones.

9. Meditation boosts activity in the immune system.

10. Mindfulness can prevent cellular aging.

11. Meditation and mindfulness improve blood sugar control in type II diabetes.

12. Meditation improves heart health and circulation, lowering blood pressure.



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