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Use tech to aid mindfulness

REQUIRES

Apple Watch or iPhone — see apps’ sites for compatible systems

YOU WILL LEARN

How to focus your mind and reduce stress

IT WILL TAKE

30 minutes

off in a huge way in recent years, with scientific research backing claims that it can help improve your concentration and reduce everyday stresses. So what exactly is it and how does it

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