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Meditation as medication for heart failure
by Vivian Richardson, Ivanhoe Health Correspondent
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9 March 2007
On 9 March 2007 Ivanhoe Newswire reported:
Transcendental Meditation can be effective in improving the quality of life and functional capacity of African American patients with congestive heart failure, a new study reveals.
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A group of African Americans at risk for heart failure were divided into two groups. The half of the group that used the Transcendental Meditation technique for six months showed 'significant improvement on a six-minute walk test compared to the non-meditation group.'
The meditator group also had fewer rehospitalizations, the study showed.
Ivanhoe reported, 'Senior author Robert Schneider, M.D., from the Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, told Ivanhoe heart failure is a major health problem in the United States. 'If we can do something about it where modern medicine can't, that's a major contribution to medicine,' Dr. Schneider said.'
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