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Treating Stress Costs Billions . Medications for headaches, insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, food cravings, depression, aches in the body are a multi-billion dollar industry. The medical industry remains frustrated while millions remain unhealthy. How do you relax?. Meditation Visualization

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treating stress costs billions
Treating Stress Costs Billions
  • Medications for headaches, insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, food cravings, depression, aches in the body are a multi-billion dollar industry.
  • The medical industry remains frustrated while millions remain unhealthy
how do you relax
How do you relax?
  • Meditation
  • Visualization
  • Breathing exercises (4-7-8)
  • Prayer
  • Lifestyle changes OR
  • Drugs, chocolate, drinking, gambling, etc.
what do you stress about
What do you stress about?
  • Do you dwell on worries while trying to get to sleep?
  • Does nervousness make your mind go blank when you need to perform?
  • Is your stress at Work? Home? Finances? Kids? Health?
physical symptoms often have emotional ties
Physical Symptoms Often Have Emotional Ties
  • Anxiety over losing your job could be associated with growing up poor or being fired in the past.
  • The 3 part brain: the reptillian brain, the limbic (emotional) brain, the neocortex.
  • We know we won’t die before giving a speech but our mind is still alarmed.
  • Therapy and drugs to not heal trauma.
the a c e study proves the mind body connection
The A.C.E. Study Proves the Mind-Body Connection
  • One or more adverse childhood experiences (physical abuse, mental illness, sexual abuse, psychological violence against mother, substance abuse, mental illness in parent, parent in prison, causes the diseases below:
  • Increases in depression (460%), chronic smoking (250%), alcoholism (500%), suicide attempt (1,200%), IV drugs users (4,600%).
  • ACE = Emotional/Cognitive impairment = Risk behaviors = Disease and Disability = Early Death
the electric body
The Electric Body
  • EFT eliminates the zzzzt in the meridians.
  • Shuffling feet on carpet causes a shock.
  • EEG and EKG measure brain and heart activity
  • Western Medicine treats the chemical body, not the electric body.
eft unplugs the alarm response
EFT unplugs the alarm response
  • The amygdala sounds the alarm when panic thoughts occur.
  • Tapping on the acu-points while the mind is focused on the problem unplugs the electrical charge of physical/emotional pain.
the mind is like a hard drive
The Mind is Like a Hard Drive
  • Every time we think of a stressful event, the hard drive spins and generates our mental software program to stress causing insomnia, panic, headaches, depression, food cravings, etc.
trace current stress back to your emotional events in the past
Trace Current Stress back to your Emotional Events in the Past.
  • Strong feelings of humiliation, injustice, abandonment, betrayal, and rejection are associated with these feelings from the past.
  • Tim cheated on me = betrayal of father.
  • Grief from breakup = abandonment from mom.
eft handout
EFT Handout
  • (EFT) Emotional Freedom Technique
  • Combines acupuncture without needles with cognitive psychology.
  • The Advanced Use page has questions that will trigger your memory so you can trace the association to a past event.
  • Use the Psychological Reversals on the last page when no progress is made.
eft research
EFT research
  • The first clinical study was published in the September 2003 issue of the Journal of Clinical Psychology.
  • Internationally, more and more psychologists and therapists are using it as an added tool to healing.
  • It is fast, effective, and free!!!
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