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Mindful : October 2018
To date, there is no scientific evidence to suggest Headspace can alleviate illness, depression, or cravings—let alone crack consumption. Sarah Bowen says that Headspace’s use of her research might comprise “an overinterpretation or misrepresenta- tion,” because it suggests that using Headspace could have the same benefits as taking a 10-day intensive meditation course. “ We don’t have data on that,” says Bowen. Headspace knows this and has distanced itself from past claims that make it sound like a panacea. In 2014, Headspace removed the “Meditation for Addiction” section from its website. A Headspace representative said those sections were written by “early employees, who are no longer with the company” and that the statements “don’t rise to the level of scientific rigor Smartphone apps become popular and profitable by getting users lightly addicted to repetitive use. 60 mindful October 2018