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Meditation, yoga, and mindfulness-based therapies are increasing in their popularity as treatments for depression. There is accumulating research supporting their antidepressant efficacy in adults with depression. In a meta-analysis comprising 11 RCTs in adults with a current episode of major depressive disorder, mindfulness-based interventions were associated with significantly greater reductions in depressive symptoms compared to control conditions at post-treatment (effect size = -0.59). However, this significance disappeared at post-treatment follow-up. A subgroup analysis revealed that the positive benefits of mindfulness-based therapies occurred when they were included as adjunctive treatments . In another meta-analysis of 12 RCTs and 578 individuals examining the effects of mindfulness-based interventions in participants with a current episode of depression or anxiety disorder, positive effects on severity of depression symptoms were found compared to control conditions (effect size = -0.73) . In a meta-analysis on 18 studies and 1150 participants, stand-alone mindfulness exercises had a small-to-medium effect on depression compared to control conditions (effect size = 0.41). This finding shows that the simple, regular practice of mindfulness exercises can be beneficial even if it is not used as part of a larger therapeutic intervention .Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is an intervention that incorporates mindfulness-based techniques as a component of cognitive therapy. It has been found that MBCT compared to usual care produces a significant, moderate-intensity reduction in rumination . It has also been demonstrated from a meta-analysis on 10 RCTs and 1258 depressed patients with recurrent depression in full or partial remission, that MBCT can reduce the risk of depressive relapse within a 60-week follow-up period compared to people who do not receive MBCT (hazard ratio, 0.69). Moreover, comparisons with active treatments suggested a reduced risk of depressive relapse within a 60-week follow-up period (hazard ratio = 0.79) .In relation to other meditative techniques, a meta-analysis on 15 RCTs showed a significant benefit in favour of meditative movement (i.e., Tai Chi, Qigong, and Yoga) on depression severity (effect size = -0.56). Meditative movement interventions also showed significantly improved treatment remission rates (odds ratio = 6.7) and response rates (odds ratio = 5.2) over passive controls . Evidence supporting the antidepressant effects of yoga are also increasing. In a review of seven RCTs and 240 participants with depression, it was concluded that there was evidence for the positive effects of yoga compared to a placebo, and some evidence to suggest similar antidepressant efficacy compared to other evidence-based interventions. However, the strength of the conclusions was hindered by the limited availability of high-quality studies. There was also inconsistent evidence of the efficacy of yoga as an adjunctive intervention . Yoga may also be beneficial for pregnant women in reducing depressive symptoms as the results from a meta-analysis of six RCTs and 375 pregnant women confirmed positive antidepressant effects when compared with comparison groups (e.g., standard prenatal care, standard antenatal exercises, social support, etc.) .Conclusions: there is increasing evidence to support the antidepressant efficacy of meditative and mindfulness-based therapies for the treatment of depression. Moreover, MBCT seems to be effective in reducing relapse rates in adults with depression. Accumulating evidence also suggests yoga may have therapeutic benefits in adults with depression. However, further research is required to identify the types of meditative exercises, the intensity of treatment, and the treatment duration required for optimal antidepressant benefits. The adjunct effects of comprehensive mindfulness-based therapy and/or single mindful-based exercises also require further investigation. 1e1e36bf2d