Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
i think this meditation cures mdd ..keep looking whenever yourmind drifts bring it back to what ur eyes see...do it whole day..and u wont b able to dd
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I have been a Buddhist/Yogi for over 20 years and I have found meditation helpful but honestly very difficult having MD. I personally have found deep yogic breathing techniques, done with concentration so it's close to meditation, to be more helpful. The focus required to do the breathing technique makes it harder to go off into fantasy land. It also helps to give you inner voice a job to do, like count the breaths or say a mantra. There are lots of books available and how-to videos on Youtube. I would be happy to provide recommendations if people are curious.
Meditation helped me a lot, especially mindfulness meditation. Mindfulness has been known to reduce mind wandering. It just takes practice there are a lot of techniques and its just a matter of finding the ones that work for you. Eventually you start to catch yourself in the act more often and you get a grip on it.
I have been trying that but I find it so hard to stay consistent. I have great difficulty with concentration. But I will try this particular technique.
That sometimes works for me too, but it's really hard!
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