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Meditation can be a life extender
by Allan J. Comeau, PhD
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Translate This Article
11 May 2005
On 11 May 2005 Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reported:
The Transcendental Meditation Programme, long known to be effective in 'reducing a number of health risk variables, including blood pressure, smoking, stress, cholesterol, and atherosclerosis', has now been shown to extend lifespan by as much as 23 per cent. Reprinting a previously published article by Allan J Comeau, PhD, the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin offered readers an overview of the study which was published in the 2 May issue of American Journal of Cardiology.
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In his article, Comeau noted that 'TM has already been associated with reductions in stress levels, such as blood pressure, an indicator directly related to hypertension', referring to two studies published earlier this year. He also congratulated the TM organization for their successful efforts in 'presenting its methods to the public and showing tangible benefits for those who apply themselves to this form of meditation'.
Wondering if the results could be similar with other types of meditation, Comeau urged more studies to be done to confirm the results.
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