Brief levels of anxiety are normal in humans as it alerts the body to certain conditions and helps to perform better in stressful conditions. However, persistent or permanent anxiety is a problem as it negatively impacts the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of individuals. Anxiety is becoming a common phenomenon due to the fast and hectic lifestyle. People are being subjected to stressful conditions and stimuli with greater frequency than earlier. Approximately 26% of the Australian population has experienced anxiety once in their lifetime while 14% of the population are likely to have experienced anxiety disorders. Treating anxiety is important as if untreated, it can lead to other serious mental disorders. The article explores the effectiveness of tapping for anxiety as an effective treatment to resolve this issue.
Emotional Freedom Technique helps to identify core issues (that usually occur before the age of 7) and resolve the feelings around this. In the Emotional Freedom Technique acupressure points are tapped with fingertips while talking about the stress around the issues.
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.
Due to the fast lifestyle and stressed working conditions, most people experience anxiety in their lives. Anxiety is the most common form of mental disorder and it currently affects more than 7% of the world’s population. In Australia, about 26% of the adult population is affected by anxiety once in their lifetime while 14% are affected by anxiety disorders. The article discussed how anxiety can be treated using Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or tapping as it is known commonly.
It is estimated that 27% of the total world population suffers from anxious feelings and this is on a daily basis. So how do anxious feelings come about? We live in a fast paced world with greater expectations placed on us by ourselves and our peers. There are many underlying fears that cause anxious feelings, for instance fear of the unknown, fear of being judged, fear of not being good enough etc.