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Transcendental Meditation research: Physiological indicators of deep rest
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17 March 2012
A meta-analysis* of all available physiological research on the Transcendental Meditation program found that the practice of this technique produces a state of deep rest compared to control conditions, as measured by:
∙ reduced respiration rate
∙ reduced basal skin conductance (increased skin resistance), and
∙ reduced plasma lactate
Reference: American Psychologist 42: 879–881, 1987.
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* This study is a meta-analysis, which is a method of combining the results of many independent research studies in order to most rigorously assess the effects of different treatments.
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