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Shedding light on solving student mental health problems--Transcendental Meditation provides 'principle of the second element'
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13 February 2010
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Please click on the following link to read more about 'Shedding light on solving student problems—the principle of the second element'. The article features the recent spotlight in the media and among educators on rapidly escalating mental health needs of college students, which have overwhelmed campus mental health and counseling services. Problems include heightened symptoms of depression and anxiety, and developmental disorders such as attention deficit disorder.
The article also reports on the Transcendental Meditation Programme, which has been researched extensively and found to provide a 'buffer' protecting students against the intense pressures of college life. Results include reduction in anxiety, depression, and ADHD symptoms; improvement in students' mood and relationships with others; as well as a general feeling of calm, happiness, and peace.
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