With an ever-changing lifestyle and hectic schedule, depression has become a common disorder. WHO estimates that more than 300 million people globally are affected by depression. About 15% of the adult Australian population is likely to be affected by depression once in their lifetime. Depression has the third-highest burden of all diseases in Australia at 13%. It is estimated that 17% of all the women and 13% of men are likely to experience depression at least once in their lifetime. There are many therapies for treating depression. The current article examines the effectiveness of EFT as an alternative therapy for treating depression.
EFT therapy has been known to be highly effective in helping people resolve issues causing depression. The sessions focus on bringing out the issues stored in the conscious and subconscious mind. For instance most core issues occur before the age of seven. Most adults don’t remember things that happened prior to then but by performing EFT, some of these memories that have been stored in the subconscious mind will come out and help you to resolve these memories which have continued to cause depression. These memories can significantly affect our emotional and physical well-being.
EFT therapy sessions work towards first identifying and clearing these traumatic experiences embedded in the subconscious mind. These memories are the glue which hold the depression causing pattern in place. It is a quick, effective and long lasting technique that can sometimes take only minutes to help. For the best results, all your core issues causing depression will need to be resolved. Once they are resolved your body an return back to a state of balance.
Research Studies Backing EFT for Treating Depression
There have been many studies which establish the effectiveness of EFT as an alternative therapy for treating depression. A study conducted established that EFT was successful in reducing depression symptoms and improvement in depression among the subjects. Another study revealed that EFT therapy is successful in reducing depression and related Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PSTD).
You can view research on tapping and depression here: https://www.innersource.net/ep/images/stories/downloads/Acupoint_Stimulation_Research_Review.pdf
If you would like to find out more about how EFT can resolve issues causing your depression, you can view my website at www.mindfulhealingtoolkit.com.au or book in a session. I do face to face and online consultations. Book here. You can also view free videos to help resolve some of your emotions at my vimeo channel here: https://vimeo.com/mindfulhealingtoolkit