Women and heart disease: A risk at every age – reduced by Transcendental Meditation

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According to recent research, young to middle-aged women may have worse long term outcomes after experiencing a heart attack than men do, writes Amy Ruff, BSN, RN, WOCN. Risk factors for heart disease include pre-existing conditions such as depression, diabetes, smoking and lung disease, and, of course, hypertension. ‘Reducing stress and stress-related disease is paramount,’ she says. ‘Women of all ages need to be proactive about living a healthy lifestyle. Cardiologists are now praising the preventive power of the Transcendental Meditation program in this arena. TM practice can reverse or reduce atherosclerosis, cholesterol, chronic stress, depression, hypertension and smoking, among other causes of heart disease. As a nurse and a woman, I know for myself that it is vital to my health to do the TM technique and I heartily recommend it to all women.’
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  • July 1, 2014 at 3:18 pm
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    Doing TM has improved my elderly mother’s blood pressure and kept my cholesterol and blood pressure normal despite being in a family with a predisposition to heart disease. A TM per day keeps the doctor away.

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