Mindfulness for Addiction Recovery: 7 Reasons It’s An Effective Treatment

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The Center for Mindful Psychotherapy describes mindfulness as "a state of being in the present moment. We release the regrets of the past and we take a break from our fears about the future. Life unfolds in the here and now and mindfulness helps us accept and understand this."Mindfulness has become a go to treatment for all kinds of addiction including addictions to drugs, sex, alcohol, gambling, food, internet, and more. 

This article gives 7 reasons why mindfulness is an effective treatment for addiction recovery. 

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