Positive psychology majorly revolves around studying and finding ways in which to introduce a helpful method in which an individual can harness his emotions positively in order to live a life full of positivity. However, with the discovery of EFT, we have found an alternative to positive psychology that can completely resolve core issues without having to train the brain to find positives. In the recent years, there has been a close associated between EFT and positive psychology. Using EFT as positive psychology alternative is simple to use and helps to achieve relaxation. Here are a number of steps in which to follow when trying to use EFT as a positive psychology alternative.
Panic Attacks are an intense form of anxiety. They are more exaggerated than the body’s normal response to fear. Panic attacks are very unpredictable and can occur anytime which makes it more difficult to deal with. People can experience it while sleeping also. Typically a panic attack lasts for about 10 minutes but the symptoms can persist for longer. Panic attacks are a result of deep-rooted unpleasant and traumatic experiences within the mind which act as a reference to form a specific response. About 2.6 % of the adult Australian population has experienced panic attacks in their lifetime. The current article explores how Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) can be used as an alternative therapy to resolve the trauma that causes panic attacks.
It is normal for people to go through different moods. However, if the mood swings are persistent with the person changing between very happy to very depressed moods regularly and it starts affecting their daily life, then expert advice is a must. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is becoming a popular alternative treatment technique for treating mood swings.