The Headspace science team is involved in numerous external and internal studies evaluating the effect of Headspace on a range of outcomes, including stress, mood, sleep, work performance, academic outcomes, sports training, and more. To date, we have over 65 collaborations (completed and underway) with external researchers at prestigious research institutions such as Stanford and the University of Southern California (USC).
In published studies, Headspace has been shown to reduce stress, improve focus and reduce mind-wandering, increase resilience, increase compassion, and decrease aggression. Read more about findings to date and see a list of publications reporting on the impact of Headspace here.
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The Headspace science team is committed to conducting research on our product to ensure it delivers benefits to our users. While our research is in progress, it's important to note that Headspace is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Check out www.headspace.com/science for more info on our research.
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