Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Meditation Has Physiological Benefits, Study Says

Can stress-reducing Transcendental Meditation help coronary artery disease patients prevent future heart attacks? A new study says that a daily meditation practice can reduce the thickening of coronary arteries in adults with coronary artery disease.
Could the mental relaxation produced by transcendental meditation have physiological benefits? A study presented last week at the American Heart Association meeting in Orlando, Fla., suggests that it may, at least in the case of people with established coronary artery disease. Read more

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