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Think people with ADHD can't practice Transcendental Meditation? Wrong! They can, and get this . . . it helps
by Rose Hoffman
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3 August 2014
Drug cocktail . . . sounds illegal, right? Not if you have ADD/ADHD.* Whether you're 50, 25, or 5, if you're diagnosed with an attention disorder you're likely to wind up taking a myriad of medications, side effects included. Aaron Axelrod found another way to deal with his ADHD.
The Video: This 2-minute video was produced by DLF.TV, a branch of the David Lynch Foundation, a non-profit organization founded for the purpose of bringing the scientifically proven stress-reducing practice of Transcendental Meditation to at-risk populations such as inner-city students, veterans with PTSD and their families, women and girls who are victims of domestic violence, and others. To support their cause, visit www.DavidLynchFoundation.com.
The Technique: Transcendental Meditation is a simple, natural, effortless technique practiced 20 minutes twice each day while sitting comfortably with the eyes closed. It is easy to learn and enjoyable to practice, and is not a religion, philosophy, or lifestyle. Over six million people have learned it—people of all ages, cultures, and religions—and over 350 published research studies have found that the TM technique markedly reduces stress, anxiety, and fatigue, and promotes balanced functioning of mind and body.
* Attention deficit disorder/attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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