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Mindfulness aplicada a la EPOC - Dr. Jordi Roig Cutillas

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Qué es el Mindfulness y cómo puede ayudar a los pacientes con enfermedades respiratorias como la EPOC.

Presentación del Dr. Jordi Roig Cutillas, doctor en medicina y especialista en neumología, durante el XVI Simposio sobre EPOC, dónde introduce el Mindfulness, la evidencia científica y su uso como complemento en la terapia de pacientes con enfermedades respiratorias crónicas.

Vídeo de la presentación: https://youtu.be/ivkwhxV2vVs?t=1362

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Mindfulness aplicada a la EPOC - Dr. Jordi Roig Cutillas

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  2. 2. • ¿Cómo vive el paciente su EPOC? • Base científica de la relación respiración “body&mind” • Aspectos de EPOC potencialmente mejorables • Actividad física • Estudios en EPOC 08/10/18 2 Mindfulness aplicada a la EPOC
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  23. 23. Mindfulness aplicada a la EPOC • Optimizar diseño estudio • Selección adecuada pacientes: prejuicios, estereotipos • Definir opción Mindfulness MBSR • Valorar dificultad en fase inicial de respiración • Innovar outputs: incluir dolor • Énfasis en obviar “lo estoy haciendo bien o mal” • Mindfulness es un aprendizaje en el que se progresa • Instructores titulados

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