Washington: First-time pregnant women who heed their own emotional and physical changes, tend to give birth to healthier babies than others who don`t, according to a latest research."These findings continue more than 40 years of research that has made clear that whether you are mindless or mindful makes a big difference in every aspect of your health and well-being - from competence to longevity," said Ellen Langer, professor of psychology at Harvard University and a pioneer in researching mindfulness.For Langer`s recent study, researchers trained women pregnant with their first child in mindfulness with instructions to notice subtle changes in their feelings and physical sensations each day, she said, according to a university statement.When compared with two other groups of first-time pregnant mothers, who did not have the mindfulness training, these women reported more well-being and positive feelings and less emotional distress.
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