Mindfulness meditation and aromatherapy to reduce stress and anxiety.

  title={Mindfulness meditation and aromatherapy to reduce stress and anxiety.},
  author={Lee Redstone},
  journal={Archives of psychiatric nursing},
  volume={29 3},
Coping with symptoms of stress and anxiety is a challenging experience and continues to tax the resources and limits of modern conventional health care. In the past 25–30 years, western medical science has turned increasing attention to the psychological and physical correlates of meditation, with mindfulness becoming quite popular in recent years. An extensive literature reviewwas performed; themajority of articles were rated at level ll evidence based on a scale of l–Vll (l being the best… CONTINUE READING
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