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Wpływ Treningu Redukcji Stresu opartego na uważności (MBSR) na zdrowie fizyczne

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Artykuł jest przeglądem badań uwzględniających wpływ Treningu Redukcji Stresu opartego na uważności (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction – MBSR) na stan zdrowia fizycznego. Przytoczone dane opisują potencjalny mechanizm działania treningu uważności na fizjologię oraz korzyści płynące z zastosowania interwencji opartych na uważności wobec pacjentów cierpiących na rozmaite schorzenia somatyczne. Wyniki są niezwykle obiecujące, jednak ze względu na ograniczenia metodologiczne, obecne w literaturze przedmiotu badań, obszar ten wymaga dalszych analiz.
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The paper includes review of studies investigating the role of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction training for somatic health. Presented data describe how MBSR affect physiology as well as benefits of mindfulness based interventions for patients suffering from variety of somatic disorders. The results of analyzed studies seems to be very promising however due to some methodological limitations more research in the area is needed.
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2018
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2018-07-05
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