Mindfulness therapies may help prevent or interrupt cravings for food and drugs, such as cigarettes and alcohol, by occupying short-term memory, recent research at the University of London finds. In a review of experimental studies that have examined the effects of different types of mindfulness strategies on cravings, it was found that in many instances these strategies brought about an immediate reduction in craving.
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