Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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Something old is not necessarily good, but he point is that something that has been *beneficial*, ie. good, for countless people for centuries which is now backed up by modern, scientific evidence probably has a lot going for it.
I could not agree more about teaching meditation in schools. Imagine the problems that could be prevented - bullying, depression, anxiety, teen suicide, school violence. And imagine the life time flow on effects.
What your physical sensations are telling you.
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