Saturday 19 January 2013

Calm Your Stress on a Daily Basis with EFT

Calming Your Stress on a Daily Basis with EFT Is a Matter of Health and Success!

Says a famous medical doctor, Best-Selling Author Dr. Mark Hyman!

Cortisol, known as the "stress hormone," is integral to our body's "fight or flight"
Originally designed to help us survive life in the wild, the "fight or flight" response was essential when our ancient ancestors were faced with sudden, brief danger like, let's say, a tiger.
However useful in short bursts, releasing cortisol too frequently, as we seem to be doing in response to the ongoing or "chronic" stress of modern life, may have serious, even scary, impacts on our physical, mental and emotional health.
In fact, living in this kind of biological "survival mode" may be making us more vulnerable to everything from cancer to heart disease, and more.
New research, however, is showing one technique extremely effective in helping to reduce cortisol levels.

In fact, in a study of 83 participants this technique demonstrated a 24 percent decrease in cortisol levels, while the two other groups, one that received no treatment and one that received talk therapy, only showed the normal rate of cortisol decrease over time, 14%.  
This technique, known as EFT or Tapping is causing shockwaves in the medical world as more and more science is proving its effectiveness in improving health, both physically and emotionally.

This is what Nick Ortner and his sister Jessica are showing on the above picture.
You can do it both ways, with your fingers on the KIDNEY MERIDIAN POINTS (left) or with your flat hand to be sure you miss not point at all (right).

"There are three things that are critical for  healing. It's what you eat...moving your body, and learning how to reset your nervous system through relaxing and dealing with chronic stress. There are so many phenomenal tools to do that but Tapping is one of the most directed and powerful ways to peel away the layers of chronic stress. It's very effective for very difficult problems."