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The job that ate my brain
by Donna Callea
Daytona Beach News-Journal Translate This Article
25 October 2005
On 25 October 2005 Daytona Beach News-Journal reported:
Experts agree that workplaces can be 'very scary places', exposing workers to unceasingly stressful environments and jeopardizing their health and even their brains. According to information gathered by reporter Donna Callea, coping strategies such as the practice of the Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM), are becoming more and more important.
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Writer Callea talked to a number of experts about difficulties in the workplace that take away from a creative and healthful environment. She also referred to a recent New York seminar entitled, 'Is the Workplace Bad for Your Brain?' in which some researchers warned that the brain may actually be in jeopardy in exceedingly stressful job environments.
Steven Yellin, a spokesman for one of the organizations that sponsored the seminar recommended TM as a means of protecting the brain from the damaging effects of stress.
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