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Transcendental Meditation Lessens Kids' ADHD Symptoms
by Rick Nauert, PhD, Senior News Editor
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27 July 2011
On 27 July 2011 PsychCentral reported:
A new study suggests practicing Transcendental Meditation (TM) improves brain function and reduces symptoms among students diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The study was conducted over a period of six months in an independent school for children with language-based learning disabilities in Washington, DC, and is published in Mind and Brain, The Journal of Psychiatry.
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Neuroscientist Fred Travis, Ph.D., and other researchers performed electroencephalogram (EEG) tests to measure and record the electrical activity of students' brains as they performed a demanding computer-based visual-motor task. Successful performance on the task required attention, focus, memory, and impulse control.
The study showed improved brain functioning, increased brain processing, and improved language-based skills among ADHD students practicing the meditation technique.
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