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Live on Conscious Living Radio May 30, 2018 May 30, 2018

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I am very excited to be invited back on Conscious Living Radio tonight, Wednesday, May 30, 2018 to talk about my recent work, research and upcoming workshops. The interview will air live at 6PM PST on 100.5FM or you can listen on your computer or mobile phone. For more information on how to listen :

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Tune in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 100.5 FM

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Choose 128Kbps stream – this is for listening to what is being broadcast on the radio in real time.

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Or get Co-op Radio on your iPhone, Android Phone, and computer via TUNEIN!

Here is the URL for Co-op Radio on TUNEIN: http://tunein.com/radio/Co-op-Radio-1005-s31144/

Get TUNEIN for your phones and other devices here: http://tunein.com/get-tunein/

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Early Bird discount ending soon! April 18, 2018

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Healing, Workshops.
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adam dreamhealer workshop vancouver toronto naturopathI am looking forward to reconnecting with everyone again at the two Dreamhealer workshops this year, Vancouver and Toronto.
The discounted early bird price will be ending on May 1, 2018 for both workshops. 
Registration is open for both workshops and tickets are selling quickly!
Toronto, Ontario – Sunday, June 3, 2018

Vancouver, British Columbia – Sunday, June 10, 2018

Due to my busy clinic schedule I will not be adding any additional dates in 2018, there will be no workshops in 2019 or 2020
Tickets are selling quickly and these workshops are guaranteed to sell out! Don’t forget the discounted early bird rate will only available until May 1, 2018. Only regular price tickets will be available after May 1, 2018.
We have received several emails inquiring about the focus of the workshops. The workshops are not limited to solely cancer patients and does not focus only on cancer. Everyone is welcome to these workshops!
The workshops will cover a wide range of topics, Dr. McLeod has added new material drawing from recent studies that connect quantum physics to biology and both workshops include two powerful group healing sessions.
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2018 Workshop Announcement! December 18, 2017

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Healing, Naturopathic Doctor, Remote Healing, Workshops.
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Dr. Adam McLeod is very excited to announce that he will be holding two Dreamhealer workshops in 2018, Vancouver and Toronto. More information can be found on my website:
http://www.dreamhealer.com/workshop/

Registration is open for both workshops at the discounted early bird price (available for a limited time only):

Toronto, Ontario – Sunday, June 3, 2018
https://dreamhealertoronto2018.eventbee.com

Vancouver, British Columbia – Sunday, June 10, 2018
https://dreamhealervancouver2018.eventbee.com

For those who need accommodation in Vancouver or Toronto, we have been provided a discounted rate for all workshop attendees at the hotel where the workshops are held. There are limited rooms available at the discounted rate and the room block is guaranteed to sell out as it does every year. To book at the discounted rate you must book under the ‘Dreamhealer group’. 

Discounted hotel rate for Vancouver 2018: Hilton Vancouver Metrotown

Discounted hotel rate for Toronto 2018: Please call 1-800-905-2811 (the online link will be posted shortly!)

Due to Dr. McLeod’s busy clinic schedule he will not be adding any additional dates in 2018 so we hope you can make it to Toronto or Vancouver in 2018. There will be no workshops in 2019. These workshops and discounted hotel room rates are guaranteed to sell out so registered soon! Hope to see you all there!

If you have any questions please send an email to questions@dreamhealer.com

Presentation at BC Therapeutic Touch Retreat 2016 March 15, 2016

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Healing.
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I am very excited to announce I will be presenting at the BC Therapeutic Touch Retreat 2016 on Saturday, April 23, 2016 in Springbrooke Retreat & Conference Centre located at 22778 72nd Avenue in Langley, British Columbia.

At this presentation I will provide information on practical tools that can be used to enhance daily self-care and how you can incorporate your intuition into your healing practice. I will also share some of my healing experiences and how plans can be customized for individual patients.

There is no group healing session at this presentation.

Please note, this event is not organized by Dreamhealer. To register for the event or if you have any questions about the event please contact Susan Rutherford at srutherf@gmail.com or 604-218-7707.

Click here to register.

See you all there!

Seeing your Doctor to Prevent Illness April 11, 2014

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Alternative medicine, Cancer, Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Naturopathic Medicine.
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Written By: Dr. Adam McLeod, ND

A patient waits in the doctor’s office. When he enters the doctor asks, “What brings you in here today?” The patient replies, “I have no health concerns at all. I am actually very healthy. I just want to learn how to stay healthy.” This scenario may sound bizarre to some people. Why would someone book an appointment with their doctor if they are perfectly healthy? These types of appointments need to become more common in our health care system!

In our culture there are many in the mainstream medical community that regularly speak about the importance of preventative medicine. There is no doubt that preventative medicine is effective and it ultimately saves our health care system billions of dollars in the long-term. Preventative medicine is more effective when the patient is treated before they are sick. By definition preventative medicine is the art of medicine that prevents patients from getting ill in the first place.

Patients should be encouraged to visit their doctor even when there is no health concern. Obviously regular checkups are important to ensure that the patient is indeed in good health but there also needs to be an active effort to keep them healthy. The solution to preventative medicine is not simply taking a pill to control a marker on a blood test. The solution must include getting the patient engaged in their own health.

Patients need to be actively encouraged to participate in the healing process. We live in a culture where people tend to pass on the responsibility of their health on to their doctor. Of course the doctor has some responsibility to ensure that the patient is receiving the care that they need. But the patient must also accept responsibility for his or her own healing. Be proactive and get engaged with your own healing process!

There are so many basic changes that can be made to your lifestyle that will make a substantial difference when trying to prevent an illness. Many of these changes we are all well aware of but we could use some encouragement from our doctor to make these changes. We should all exercise regularly; eat a balanced healthy diet and practice focusing our mind. Even just a few minutes of focused intention before bed can make a substantial difference in your life. It can help to reduce stress and organize your thoughts more effectively so that you can get through the next day with ease.

It can be very difficult to get some patients to make these basic positive changes in their life. A big component of the art of medicine is learning to meet the patient where they are at. Even if they are resistant to change their doctor should make an effort to encourage these positive changes at every opportunity. Developing a healthy lifestyle is a process and it is unlikely that a patient will make all of these changes at once and stick with it. Positive changes must be added over time as the patient makes strides in the direction of health.

Naturopathic doctors are experts in preventative medicine and they are trained to assess every aspect of your health and customize a treatment plan that is right for you. They can help to improve every aspect of your lifestyle in a way that will help to prevent the development of illness. Be proactive and get involved in your own healing. Your local naturopathic doctor can help you to find the path to a healthy balanced life.

For more information about Dr. Adam McLeod‘s practice visit: http://www.yaletownnaturopathic.com

Note: Due to the high volume of calls the best way to book an appointment is send an email to appointments@yaletownnaturopathic.com and the clinic will contact you when there is an available appointment.

It’s Time for a New Approach to Mammograms February 13, 2014

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Alternative medicine, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Diet, Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Health, Integrative Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine, Press, Research, Skeptics.
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By: Charles J Wright

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When first introduced four decades ago, breast cancer screening with mammography was widely regarded as an important tool in the fight against a terrible disease. It seemed obvious that the earlier it could be diagnosed the more lives could be saved. Aggressive treatment, it was thought, would prevent the cancer from spreading through the body. A huge amount of research evidence since then has slowly and painfully led to a different conclusion.

It is now clear that the benefits of screening mammography have been greatly exaggerated and the serious adverse effects all but ignored in the enthusiasm to support breast screening programs. It’s time for these programs to be reconsidered.

It must be emphasized that this is the case for population screening of healthy women, not those with extra high risk factors.

This is a very unpleasant message for modern developed societies where three generations of women have been led to believe that regular mammograms will save their lives and where an enormous related industry has been built up, but it is time to face the facts.

Unscientific opinions and powerful vested interests abound on this subject, so it is essential to focus on well-conducted studies from independent sources to summarize the evidence. One of the most trusted of these, the Cochrane Collaboration, has been studying screening mammography intensively. Its most recent bulletin states that the benefit of screening 2,000 women regularly for 10 years is that one woman may have her life prolonged. Of the other 1,999 women, at least 200 will have false positive mammograms leading to biopsies and surgery, and at least 10 women will be falsely diagnosed with breast cancer and consequently subjected to unnecessary surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

This problem, called over-diagnosis, occurs when a biopsy reveals microscopic cells that are currently labeled as “cancer” by the pathologist, but with uncertain potential to cause any significant problem for the patient in the future. The “c” word inevitably causes fear and distress for the patient and an aggressive treatment plan from the doctors. This is now widely recognized, even by the U.S. National Cancer Institute which has recently recommended that these uncertain “cancers” should instead be labeled “IDLE” (indolent lesions) until research can help us differentiate those that need treatment from those that do not.

Now we have more evidence. The Canadian National Breast Cancer Screening Study published this week in the British Medical Journal, and widely reported in the international media, solidly confirms that there is no upside to breast screening healthy women in terms of mortality benefit in exchange for the downside of all the adverse consequences. In this study, 90,000 women aged 40-59 were randomly allocated to the mammography screening program or to annual physical examination only, with follow up to 25 years. The mortality was the same in both groups (500 in the first group and 505 in the second).

Adverse consequences from screening can include false negatives (a cancer is growing but missed by the mammogram), and potentially cancer-causing cumulative X-ray exposure. Not to mention the anxiety, pain and discomfort that women experience with the procedure and the huge cost of these programs to the health care system.

This new study, along with the Cochrane analysis, represent the beginning of a growing consensus among scientists and clinical epidemiologists that the evidence no longer supports population screening of healthy women with mammography. Several prominent female U.K. doctors have gone public about choosing not to have breast cancer screening, including the editor of the BMJ, the past president of the Royal College of GPs, and the professor of obstetrics at King’s College London.

Nobody can be happy about all of this disappointing news with its serious public, professional and political implications, but surely we cannot ignore it. The hope that breast screening could cause a reduction in the mortality from this terrible disease was at first well placed 40 years ago, but it is no longer possible to advocate for an intervention that carries such a tiny (if any) likelihood of benefit along with such a huge burden of harmful consequences.

The very essence of science is about seeking truth through the constant cycle of evidence, analysis and revision. In response to a hostile question, John Maynard Keynes famously remarked “When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?” We should heed that lesson here.

It may take a long time to dispel the false hope that has been given to women with mammogram screening, but the very least and immediate response should be the development of a mandatory consent form for women to sign before screening that distinguishes the most recent and overwhelming evidence from the current inappropriate enthusiasm. Women would then be empowered to make an informed choice.

Public health agencies should also consider a comprehensive plan for public re-education about screening mammography, followed by the gradual dismantling of population breast screening programs across the country.

Retrieved from: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/now-that-we-know-mammograms-are-flawed-its-time-to-change-course/article16847982/

Scientists Finally Show How Your Thoughts Can Cause Specific Molecular Changes To Your Genes December 31, 2013

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Alternative medicine, Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Experiments, Genetics, Healing, Integrative Medicine, Meditation, Naturopathic Medicine, Spirituality.
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By: Michael Forrester

With evidence growing that training the mind or inducing certain modes of consciousness can have positive health effects, researchers have sought to understand how these practices physically affect the body. A new study by researchers in Wisconsin, Spain, and France reports the first evidence of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of intensive mindfulness practice.

The study investigated the effects of a day of intensive mindfulness practice in a group of experienced meditators, compared to a group of untrained control subjects who engaged in quiet non-meditative activities. After eight hours of mindfulness practice, the meditators showed a range of genetic and molecular differences, including altered levels of gene-regulating machinery and reduced levels of pro-inflammatory genes, which in turn correlated with faster physical recovery from a stressful situation.

“To the best of our knowledge, this is the first paper that shows rapid alterations in gene expression within subjects associated with mindfulness meditation practice,” says study author Richard J. Davidson, founder of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds and the William James and Vilas Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“Most interestingly, the changes were observed in genes that are the current targets of anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs,” says Perla Kaliman, first author of the article and a researcher at the Institute of Biomedical Research of Barcelona, Spain (IIBB-CSIC-IDIBAPS), where the molecular analyses were conducted.

The study was published in the Journal Psychoneuroendocrinology.

Mindfulness-based trainings have shown beneficial effects on inflammatory disorders in prior clinical studies and are endorsed by the American Heart Association as a preventative intervention. The new results provide a possible biological mechanism for therapeutic effects.

Gene Activity Can Change According To Perception

According to Dr. Bruce Lipton, gene activity can change on a daily basis. If the perception in your mind is reflected in the chemistry of your body, and if your nervous system reads and interprets the environment and then controls the blood’s chemistry, then you can literally change the fate of your cells by altering your thoughts.

In fact, Dr. Lipton’s research illustrates that by changing your perception, your mind can alter the activity of your genes and create over thirty thousand variations of products from each gene. He gives more detail by saying that the gene programs are contained within the nucleus of the cell, and you can rewrite those genetic programs through changing your blood chemistry.

In the simplest terms, this means that we need to change the way we think if we are to heal cancer. “The function of the mind is to create coherence between our beliefs and the reality we experience,” Dr. Lipton said. “What that means is that your mind will adjust the body’s biology and behavior to fit with your beliefs. If you’ve been told you’ll die in six months and your mind believes it, you most likely will die in six months. That’s called the nocebo effect, the result of a negative thought, which is the opposite of the placebo effect, where healing is mediated by a positive thought.”

That dynamic points to a three-party system: there’s the part of you that swears it doesn’t want to die (the conscious mind), trumped by the part that believes you will (the doctor’s prognosis mediated by the subconscious mind), which then throws into gear the chemical reaction (mediated by the brain’s chemistry) to make sure the body conforms to the dominant belief. (Neuroscience has recognized that the subconscious controls 95 percent of our lives.)

Now what about the part that doesn’t want to die–the conscious mind? Isn’t it impacting the body’s chemistry as well? Dr. Lipton said that it comes down to how the subconscious mind, which contains our deepest beliefs, has been programmed. It is these beliefs that ultimately cast the deciding vote.

“It’s a complex situation,” said Dr. Lipton. People have been programmed to believe that they’re victims and that they have no control. We’re programmed from the start with our mother and father’s beliefs. So, for instance, when we got sick, we were told by our parents that we had to go to the doctor because the doctor is the authority concerning our health. We all got the message throughout childhood that doctors were the authority on health and that we were victims of bodily forces beyond our ability to control. The joke, however, is that people often get better while on the way to the doctor. That’s when the innate ability for self-healing kicks in, another example of the placebo effect.

Mindfulness Practice Specifically Affects Regulatory Pathways

The results of Davidson’s study show a down-regulation of genes that have been implicated in inflammation. The affected genes include the pro-inflammatory genes RIPK2 and COX2 as well as several histone deacetylase (HDAC) genes, which regulate the activity of other genes epigenetically by removing a type of chemical tag. What’s more, the extent to which some of those genes were downregulated was associated with faster cortisol recovery to a social stress test involving an impromptu speech and tasks requiring mental calculations performed in front of an audience and video camera.

Biologists have suspected for years that some kind of epigenetic inheritance occurs at the cellular level. The different kinds of cells in our bodies provide an example. Skin cells and brain cells have different forms and functions, despite having exactly the same DNA. There must be mechanisms–other than DNA–that make sure skin cells stay skin cells when they divide.

Perhaps surprisingly, the researchers say, there was no difference in the tested genes between the two groups of people at the start of the study. The observed effects were seen only in the meditators following mindfulness practice. In addition, several other DNA-modifying genes showed no differences between groups, suggesting that the mindfulness practice specifically affected certain regulatory pathways.

The key result is that meditators experienced genetic changes following mindfulness practice that were not seen in the non-meditating group after other quiet activities — an outcome providing proof of principle that mindfulness practice can lead to epigenetic alterations of the genome.

Previous studies in rodents and in people have shown dynamic epigenetic responses to physical stimuli such as stress, diet, or exercise within just a few hours.

“Our genes are quite dynamic in their expression and these results suggest that the calmness of our mind can actually have a potential influence on their expression,” Davidson says.

“The regulation of HDACs and inflammatory pathways may represent some of the mechanisms underlying the therapeutic potential of mindfulness-based interventions,” Kaliman says. “Our findings set the foundation for future studies to further assess meditation strategies for the treatment of chronic inflammatory conditions.”

Subconscious Beliefs Are Key

Too many positive thinkers know that thinking good thoughts–and reciting affirmations for hours on end–doesn’t always bring about the results that feel-good books promise.

Dr. Lipton didn’t argue this point, because positive thoughts come from the conscious mind, while contradictory negative thoughts are usually programmed in the more powerful subconscious mind.

“The major problem is that people are aware of their conscious beliefs and behaviors, but not of subconscious beliefs and behaviors. Most people don’t even acknowledge that their subconscious mind is at play, when the fact is that the subconscious mind is a million times more powerful than the conscious mind and that we operate 95 to 99 percent of our lives from subconscious programs.

“Your subconscious beliefs are working either for you or against you, but the truth is that you are not controlling your life, because your subconscious mind supersedes all conscious control. So when you are trying to heal from a conscious level–citing affirmations and telling yourself you’re healthy–there may be an invisible subconscious program that’s sabotaging you.”

The power of the subconscious mind is elegantly revealed in people expressing multiple personalities. While occupying the mind-set of one personality, the individual may be severely allergic to strawberries. Then, in experiencing the mind-set of another personality, he or she eats them without consequence.

The new science of epigenetics promises that every person on the planet has the opportunity to become who they really are, complete with unimaginable power and the ability to operate from, and go for, the highest possibilities, including healing our bodies and our culture and living in peace.

Article sources:
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Adam McLeod on Ask Dr. Nandi Episode: Energy Medicine December 9, 2013

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Alternative medicine, Energy Healing, Healing, Naturopathic Medicine, social media, Television.
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For a second time, Adam was invited to be a medical expert on the Ask Dr. Nandi show. In this episode, called Energy Medicine, Adam and Dr. Nandi discuss the science behind energy healing very concisely. Adam feels that this is one of the best interviews that he has ever been a part of. Thanks again to the Ask Dr. Nandi Show.

You can watch the entire episode here:

My section begins at 29:55

2014 Workshop Schedule November 6, 2013

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, Integrative Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine, Workshops.
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I am excited to announce more 2014 Dreamhealer workshops.

Canadian Dates:

Winnipeg, Manitoba – June 7, 2014

Ottawa, Ontario – September 13, 2014

Toronto, Ontario – September 14, 2014

Calgary, Alberta – September 20, 2014

Vancouver, British Columbia – October 5, 2014

USA Dates:

Seattle, Washington- March 8, 2014 

Los Angeles, California – April 5, 2014

 

Online registration is open for ALL workshops!

 

The early bird discount code is ‘earlybird’ (available for a limited time only).

To see the full workshop schedule visit my website:
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Healthy lifestyle ‘slows cellular ageing’ September 25, 2013

Posted by Adam McLeod, former Naturopathic Doctor, BSc (Hons) in Aging, Alternative medicine, Dreamhealer, Energy Healing, exercise, Experiments, Healing, Health, Integrative Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine, Research.
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Written by: Nick Collins

Healthy lifestyle changes such as eating whole foods and practising yoga could reverse the ageing of the body’s cells, a new study suggests.

Doctor Dreamhealer, Healer, Adam McLeod, DreamhealerPatients who adopted healthy diets, exercise regimes and “stress management” techniques such as meditation or yoga for five years developed younger-looking chromosomes.

The type of change seen in their chromosomes, the structures which house our genetic code, has previously been linked to a lower risk of age-related disease and greater life expectancy.

The findings, from a pilot study of prostate cancer patients, could equally apply to women and healthy men although larger studies are needed to confirm the results, researchers said.

They studied data on 35 patients who had a non-aggressive form of prostate cancer and had chosen to be regularly assessed by doctors rather than undergoing conventional treatment.

Ten of the men adopted a “lifestyle change intervention” which included eating a plant-based diet of whole foods, moderate exercise, stress management and regular group support classes, while the other 25 made no change to their lifestyle.

The scientists, from the University of California, San Francisco, examined changes in the men’s telomeres, structures which sit at the ends of chromosomes like the protective caps on the end of a shoelace.

Telomeres prevent the DNA within our chromosomes from being damaged, but as we grow older they become shorter and cells begin to age and die more rapidly.

Previous studies have linked the shortening of telomeres to a decrease in life expectancy and a greater risk of age-related diseases such as heart disease, vascular dementia, obesity, stroke, diabetes and various cancers.

But the new research found that in the group who adopted strict and comprehensive healthy changes to their diet and lifestyle, telomeres lengthened by an average of 10 per cent over five years.

The more positive changes the men made, the greater the increase in telomere length. In contrast, among those who did not alter their way of life, telomeres decreased in length by three per cent on average.

Although it is well known that a healthy diet and plenty of exercise can result in a host of medical befits, the findings published in The Lancet Oncology journal, are the first evidence of such an effect on telomeres.

Prof Dean Ornish, who led the study, said: “The implications of this relatively small pilot study may go beyond men with prostate cancer.

“If validated by large-scale randomised controlled trials, these comprehensive lifestyle changes may significantly reduce the risk of a wide variety of diseases and premature mortality. Our genes, and our telomeres, are a predisposition, but they are not necessarily our fate.”

Dr Lynne Cox, a Biochemistry lecturer at the University of Oxford, who was not involved in the study, said the findings “support the calls for adoption of and adherence to healthier lifestyles”.

It is “perhaps too soon to judge whether this increase in telomere length will correlate with increased longevity or healthspan”, she added.

Four lifestyle improvements which could lengthen telomeres

Diet

Participants adopted a diet high in whole foods such as fruit, vegetables, pulses and grains. They cut down on refined carbohydrates, such as white bread, and lowered their fat intake to less than 10 per cent of all the calories in their diet.

Exercise

The men were asked to undertake “moderate” levels of aerobic exercise for the duration of the study, for example walking for half an hour a day, six times per week.

Stress management

Exercises participants carried out to lower their stress levels were gentle yoga-based stretching routines, breathing exercises, meditation and “progressive relaxation”, a technique which involves tensing and relaxing different muscle groups in turn.

Social support

The men were asked to attend one hour-long group “social support” session each week, led by a clinical psychologist.

Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/10312716/Healthy-lifestyle-slows-cellular-ageing.html

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