Introducing The Now Clock, A Mindfulness Tool For Stress Reduction

A new simple tool, called The Now Clock, is being used to help people bring the practice of mindfulness into their daily lives. Scientific research is revealing the many benefits that mindfulness practices have on physical and emotional health, from treating stress, heart disease, chronic pain, and more.

A new product has come out on the market that is designed as a tool to help people

practice mindfulness on a regular basis. It’s a clock that doesn’t actually tell time. While

that may seem like a strange thing for people to get, more and more people are finding

themselves wanting to become more mindful of the present moment. And that is where

this clock comes in.

Instead of having hands that tell time, the Now Clock, as it’s called, has the word “NOW”

in the middle of the clock face, no hands. So when people look at the clock, it reminds them of what time it actually is. The time is now.

The Now Clock does have a moving pendulum, which catches the eye, and draws one’s

attention to this unique tool. There’s a choice of different styles of engraved wood

pendulums, such as a buddha, and an ohm symbol.

The Now Clock has been making its way into doctor’s offices, yoga studios, business

offices, schools and classrooms, and homes across the country and the world.

People are beginning to use the Now Clock as a tool to bring themselves back into the

present moment and focus on mindfulness.

Mindfulness is the practice of purposely focusing one’s attention on the present moment and accepting it without judgment.

Mindfulness practices have been scientifically proven to improve physical health in a

number of ways. Mindfulness can help relieve stress, treat heart disease, lower blood

pressure, reduce chronic pain, and improve sleep.

In recent years, psychotherapists have turned to mindfulness meditation as an

important element in the treatment of a number of problems, including depression,

substance abuse, eating disorders, couples’ conflicts, anxiety disorders, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

By focusing on the here and now, many people who practice mindfulness find that they

are less likely to get caught up in worries about the future or regrets over the past, are

less preoccupied with concerns about success and self-esteem, and are better able to

form deep connections with others.

Contact Info:
Name: Richard Halsey
Phone: 7606135773
Organization: Now Clock

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