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Transcendental Meditation helping kids with ADHD
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26 April 2006
On 26 April 2006 WNDU-TV reported:
In order to help the student population affected by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), an increasing number of US schools have started introducing the Transcendental Meditation Technique into the curriculum. The results, educators say, are excellent.
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fulfilment to the field of education.
According to WNDU-TV, schools say that the children's lives are being revolutionized by the Transcendental Meditation Programme. Since beginning to practise the TM Technique, the kids have found it much easier to focus and remember things.
Twice a day, for ten minutes each time, the children experience the profound restful alertness given by the technique, and they emerge more rested and attentive: 'There's increased blood flow to the brain; that's important because that's one of the things they show with ADHD, that there's reduced blood flow in the brain,' explains Educator Sarina Grosswald, EDD.
Ms Grosswald explains how skills such as organization, memory, and strategizing abilities are significantly improved by the practice; thus, she says, she would like to see the Transcendental Meditation Programme in all of America's schools.
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