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Transcendental Meditation To Reduce Caregiver Stress

Transcendental Meditation To Reduce Caregiver Stress

by STEPHANIE ERICKSON
Contributor

It is no secret that caregivers are tapped out of physical and emotional energy.

In theory, caregivers know it’s healthy and necessary to take time for themselves but this is not always possible. Transcendental meditation has been proven to reduce stress and improve overall health. Today’s guest on Caregivers’ Circle, Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation, will explain what transcendental meditation is, its proven benefits and how caregivers who have complex schedules and responsibilities can work it into their daily routines.

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