Worry and anxieties have become common in our daily lives. The stressful life and a hectic lifestyle are the major factors leading to worry and anxieties. Worry can manifest in different forms and cause severe damage to the emotional and mental health. Persistent and prolonged worry and anxieties should be treated so that you can live a calmer and happier life. The article discusses the different types of worry and the effectiveness of EFT therapy in treating it.
Stress is a state of physical, mental, and emotional strain or tension. Today’s busy and challenging lifestyle is the most important reason for increased stress levels among people. Stress is the body’s response to an external stimulus. It can have serious implications on the human body if ignored and left untreated. It can cause prolonged depression, sustained insomnia, increased blood sugar levels, weakened immune system, risk of heart attack, fertility problems, hypertension etc. According to a study conducted by the Australian Psychological Society (APS) in 2015, it was revealed that 35% of adult Australian population were living with significant stress. The top three reasons of stress in Australia was personal finance (49%), family issues (45%), and personal health (44%).
Did you know that panic can be resolved by EFT, a technique that doesn’t employ the use of drugs? In order to resolve the underlying causes of panic we need to find out the sources of panic and the symptoms or signs of panic. For instance some symptoms of panic are heart racing or palpitations and difficulty breathing. Panic may not be controlled with the use of medicine but can be resolved by resolving the issues that caused the panic.
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.
The school counselors in every school have a very big role to play and one of those roles is helping students discover who they are, increase their self-esteem and help them use techniques to decrease stress. Many school counselors are using the simple technique of EFT to help their students live stress free school lives.