Mindfulness doesn't require a specific posture, repeating phrases, or a dedicated space. You just need a fairly quiet place where you can sit and focus on breathing and other sensations in the present moment. Don't feel frustrated if your mind wanders into the buzz of everyday thoughts; acknowledge the momentary loss of focus and gently bring your attention back to the present moment.
Anyone can practice mindfulness. Guided meditation, a form of mindfulness, is often recommended as alternative healthcare. As we understand the connection between mind and body, mindfulness may play a growing role in treating conditions where lowering stress and its related effects can have a meaningful impact.