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Transcendental Meditation helps British government leader feel calmer, sleep better: William Hague
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19 May 2010
William Hague, First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, is the second British government leader to speak recently about the benefits of Transcendental Meditation for life in the fast lane.
He told The Times newspaper in April that Transcendental Meditation helped him have fewer headaches and sleep better.
In an interview with The Times (17 April 2010), which revealed him as a highly effective, energetic, and disciplined individual, Hague, 47, spoke about how he has practised Transcendental Meditation since his student days.
His explanation echoed that of Nick Clegg, now Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Liberal Democrats, in another recent Times article.
Hague told journalist Ann Treneman—who attributed his highly organised mind to meditation—that he found time in his 6am to 9pm working day to practise Transcendental Meditation 'because it makes him calmer, have fewer headaches and sleep better', the article reported.
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