6 Ways to Practice Mindfulness [Infographic]

Mindfulness is the practice of focusing one’s attention on the present. Like other integrative therapies and practices, it has been proven to help people through difficult circumstances, reduce stress and pain, and improve focus. This makes it an especially powerful complementary therapy for cancer patients.

Here are some ways you can practice mindfulness, wherever you are:


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