Healthier behaviour among managers.

B24-Incr-HealthPromotBhvr-v1In a company that produces medical equipment, managers who had learned the Transcendental Meditation technique showed healthier behaviour after three months, as measured by more regular exercise, food and sleeping habits, and a reduction in alcohol usage, in comparison to a control group from the same company. Ref.Dissertation Abstracts International 57(6): 4068B, 1996.

Decreased alcohol use: Transcendental Meditation compared to other methods.

H12-Decreased-AlcoholA meta-analysis of major research studies on standard alcohol treatment and prevention programmes found a significantly greater reduction of alcohol use among those who learn the Transcendental Meditation technique, even though this technique does not involve any guidance about change in lifestyle or habits.Ref.Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 11: 13–87, 1994.

PTSD: Decreased alcohol consumption.

R4-Dec-Alc-ConsumPatients seeking treatment for traumatic stress who learned the Transcendental Meditation technique showed a significant reduction in alcohol consumption in comparison to those receiving psychotherapy. Ref.Journal of Counseling and Development 64: 212-215, 1985.

Alcoholism

R4-Dec-Alc-ConsumPatients seeking treatment for traumatic stress who learned the Transcendental Meditation Programme showed a significant reduction in alcohol consumption in comparison to those receiving psychotherapy.Ref.Journal of Counseling and Development 64: 212-215, 1985

Reduced cigarette and alcohol consumption among directors and employees

B21-Decr-Cig_Alc-ConsumA study among managers and employees in the automotive industry in the U.S. found that after three months of regular practice of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, employees had less cigarette and alcohol consumption in comparison to controls in the same work place. Reduced cigarette and alcohol consumption was not the objective of the study, but was noticed as a side effect.Ref.Anxiety, Stress and Coping: An International Journal  6: 245–262, 1993

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