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Stress-reducing relaxation may improve life expectancy
by Linda Searing
Jackson Hole Star-Tribune Translate This Article
10 May 2005
On 10 May 2005 Jackson Hole Star-Tribune reported:
Citing Washington Post reporter Linda Searing's article on the newest research on the ability of the Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM) to reduce stress and help lower blood pressure, the question was posed, 'Might this allow people to live longer?' The results indicate the answer is 'Yes!'
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The article, reprinted by the Jackson Hole Star Tribune, suggested that those with high blood pressure might ask their doctor about the meditation technique.
The article noted that the study followed 202 senior men and women with elevated blood pressure who were give various methods to deal with their health condition. The group that learned TM 'recorded about 30 per cent fewer deaths from cardiovascular disease and 23 per cent fewer deaths overall than did the health education group.'
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