There are a wide array of articles that can be found on the Internet in the drop of the hat about the effects of mindfulness. By existing in a mindful manner and doing the best you can to put your mind at ease and in peak form for all cases of potential upcoming emotional stress and fatigue.
However, what you also might notice about these articles, if you were so pressed as to find some common similarities between each of them, is that the articles are all written with the goal of providing the best tips and advice for mindfulness among adults. However, the health of children is just as important as the health of adults, in the realms of psychological, mental, and emotional health. How can children deal with stress?
And yes, children do need to cope with stress at times. It is not just adults who suffer from stress-related problems. How can we apply what we know about mindfulness towards the benefit of children?
Researchers are still studying the full extent of what mindfulness can provide to the health of children, but one thing is for certain. Children with experiences in mindfulness have less risk for developing disorders later in life.