Mindfulness y tdah
Aplicación de mindfulness para el tdah
Este artículo revisa la literatura actual sobre las intervenciones basadas en mindfulness en el tratamiento del trastorno por déficit de atención/hiperactividad (TDAH). Mindfulness significa prestar atención y ser consciente de las experiencias que ocurren en el momento presente, y suele desarrollarse mediante la práctica de la meditación. Las investigaciones demuestran que el entrenamiento en mindfulness se asocia a una mejora de los sistemas de atención y autorregulación, y que por tanto fomenta esas habilidades que están poco desarrolladas en los individuos con TDAH. Aunque son pocos los estudios que han investigado la eficacia del entrenamiento de mindfulness en el TDAH (muchos de los cuales muestran limitaciones metodológicas), los hallazgos sugieren que el mindfulness puede ser útil en las intervenciones para el TDAH.
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Mindfulness for adhd adults
Its applicability to ADHD could be based on the improvement that meditation brings to concentration, attentional processing and the capacity to inhibit automatic responses. In this way, the ADHD patient could interrupt impulsive behavior patterns and instead of reacting to a given stimulus, respond to it in an appropriate manner.
Several European studies have found an annual cost related to ADHD in childhood ranging from 9,860 to 14,500 euros per year per patient, mostly derived from the costs related to the educational resources required.
Although with the existing bibliography we are far from being able to recommend Mindfulness as an alternative to psychostimulants, we can consider it as a coadjuvant treatment and offer it to those patients whose parents refuse pharmacological treatment, there is a contraindication to take it, it is not effective or in cases of doubtful diagnosis.
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Mindfulness can be defined as the ability to pay attention to the experience of the present moment (thoughts, emotions and bodily sensations): intentionally, moment by moment, and without establishing value judgments. Mindfulness is currently being incorporated in protocolized interventions demonstrating benefits in various clinical conditions, as well as functional and structural brain changes, it is also beginning to be studied in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), suggesting improvement in attentional, emotional and behavioral regulation.
Mindfulness training has been shown to be significantly superior to progressive muscle relaxation in improving selective attention. Regarding impulsivity management, equal efficacy has been demonstrated.