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Reduced Biological Age

Physicians list many physical and mental symptoms that we may experience as we grow older. You may already be personally familiar with some of these. They include: decreased memory, vitality, stamina, learning ability, intelligence, cardiovascular efficiency, and visual acuity, along with increased insomnia, serum cholesterol concentration, depression, need for medical attention, behavioral rigidity, and blood pressure. Around the world, scientific research has shown that the profound benefits of the TM technique reverse the trends of aging. Reduced stress and fatigue, both mentally and physically, translate into a more youthful and vital state of health and well being.


Related Research

Deep Rest
  1. American Psychologist 42 (1987): 879-88
  2. L’Encephale [The Brain] 10 (1984): 139-144
  3. American Journal of Physiology 221 (1971): 795-799.
  4. Science 167 (1970): 1751-175
Decreased Stress Hormone (Plasma Cortisol)
  1. Journal of Biomedicine 1 (1980): 73-88.
  2. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 7 (1980): 75-76.
  3. Hormones and Behavior 10(1)(1978): 54-60.
  4. Experientia 34 (1978): 618-619.
Reduction in Pain
  1. NeuroReport 17(12) (2006): 1359-6
    [full article]
  2. Psychosomatic Medicine 43(2) (1981): 157-16
  3. American Journal of Cardiology 77, 867-870. [abstract]
Reduced Stress
  1. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 17(1), 235-276, 2005.
  2. Annals of New York Academy of Sciences 1032 (2005):211-215.
  3. American Journal of Health Promotion 12 (1998): 297-299.
  4. Journal of the National Medical Association, 89 (1997): 464-476.
  5. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 746 (1994):381-38
  6. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 16(3) (1992): 415-2
  7. American Psychologist 42 (1987): 879-88
  8. Journal of Biomedicine 1 (1980): 73-88.
  9. Experientia 34(5) (1978): 618-9.
  10. Hormones and Behavior 10(1) (1978): 54-60.
  11. Psychosomatic Medicine 35 (1973), 341-349.
Decreased Insomnia
  1. LŠkartidningen 74(47) (1997): 4212-421
  2. National Institutes of Health Technology Assessment Conference on Integration of Behavior and Relaxation Approaches into the Treatment of Chronic Pain and Insominia, Bethesda Maryland: National Institutes of Health (1995).
  3. Japanese Journal of Public Health 34 (1990):729.
  4. Journal of Counseling and Development 64 (1986): 212-215.
  5. The New Zealand Family Physician 9 (1982): 62-65.
Faster Recovery From Stress
  1. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 51 (2001), 597-605.
  2. International Journal of Neuroscience 46 (1989): 77-86.
  3. Journal of Counseling and Development 64 (1985): 212-215.
  4. Psychosomatic Medicine 35 (1973): 341-349.
Reversal of Aging
  1. Homeostasis 35 (1994): 243-26
  2. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 15 (1992): 327-34
  3. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 57 (1989): 950-96
  4. International Journal of Neuroscience 16 (1982): 53-58.
  5. Journal of Behavioral Medicine (1986): 327-33
  6. Journal of Clinical Psychology 42 (1986): 161-16
Increased Longevity
  1. American Journal of Cardiology 95 (2005): 1060-106 [full article]
  2. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 17(1) (2005): 201-216.
  3. Ethnicity and Disease 11 (2001): 159-60.
  4. Circulation, 93
  5. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 57 (1989): 950-96
Decreased Depression
  1. Journal of Counseling and Development 64 (1986): 212-215.
  2. Verlag Geist und Psyche, 1979.
  3. Zeitschrift fur Klinische Psychologie 7 (1978):235-255.
  4. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 16(3) (1976): 51-60.
  5. Gedrag: Tijdschrift voor Psychologie [Behavior: Journal of Psychology] 4 (1976): 206-218.
Reduced Anxiety
  1. Stress, Anxiety and Coping, 6 (1993): 245-262
  2. Journal of Clinical Psychology 45 (1989): 957-97
  3. Journal of Clinical Psychology 33 (1977): 1076-1078.
  4. Hospital & Community Psychiatry 26 (1975): 156-159.
Improved Memory
  1. Memory and Cognition 10 (1982): 207Ð215