There are two main types of pain i.e. Emotional pain and physical pain. Physical pain can occur from external injuries and can also occur when there is too much stress in the body. If stress continues then it can manifest as physical pain. On the other hand, emotional pain can be cause by inability to accept, solve or get over something in life. EFT has been an effective pain management technique where traumatic issues have been resolved thereby resolving the physical pain.
EFT stands for emotional freedom technique. It is a method that seeks to find solution to issues leading to emotional and physical pain. EFT works as a self-help technique where a person or a professional finds the root cause of the underlying trauma and while talking about the issue, taps on pressure points to resolve these traumas thereby resolving the pain.
EFT is not necessarily a pain management tool, rather a pain resolution tool. There are a number of pains and their sources that can be relieved through tapping (EFT). For instance pain from muscle tension. When a muscle encounters excessive strain, it tends to get overworked due to the idea that the tendons are extensively stretched. A good pain management technique for muscle pain is EFT as it is a technique which seeks to tap the forces causing such. The combination of talking and tapping is a pain management technique that helps you rate your feeling before and at the end of the session so you can see the results before your eyes.
If you would like to find out more about how EFT can be used as a pain management tool, 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