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Transcendental meditation may lower blood pressure
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18 April 2005
On 18 April 2005 National Electronic Library for Health reported:
An article in the Daily Express reported that practising the Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM) can lower blood pressure. The write-up went on to offer information on where the study was done, what the objectives were, and evaluated the reliability of the results and concluded that, 'The study seems to be a well-conducted randomised controlled trial in older African Americans.'
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The report summarized the the article, noting that the study showed that if you practise TM for three months, your blood pressure will drop to the same level as if you took drugs, but without the side effects. They went on to say that the article was based on a well-conducted RCT comparing TM to another stress reduction technique (progressive muscle relaxation) and a lifestyle modification education control programme. However, the write up noted, while TM was found to lower blood pressure more than the other two treatments, it was not compared directly to antihypertensive drugs.
The overview described the Transcendental Meditation Technique as the principal approach for stress management and self-development of Maharishi Ayur-Veda, 'a system of natural health care derived from the ancient Vedic approach to health.'
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