The EFT tapping (or Emotional Freedom Technique) is used to resolve traumatic events and issues that have continued to cause you stress. It includes the use of fingertips for tapping on specific points on the hands, body and face and while talking about the emotions. EFT tapping is used for the treatment of various mental health issues such as guilt, sadness, shame, PTSD, negativity, anxiety and more.
Mental disorders are becoming more common with the change in lifestyle and stress. Over 20% of the Australian population has mental illness in any given year. Alternative therapies are becoming very popular in Australia with over 68% of population trying it once.
Did you know that various types of aromatherapy can induce healing, relaxation and even focus? The world is turning to more natural ways to heal and in recent times aromatherapy has become popular. Why do people smell flowers? The answer is simple, a good smelling flower is therapeutic and it helps you to relax. This is the power of aromatherapy.
Most of us do not believe in the fact that spiritual healing works as far as healing or recovering from a disease is concerned. However, some believe that having a strong faith is key to spiritual healing. Many a times we have become sick but the first thing that we think of is going to a pharmacy so that we can medicate ourselves. Others will book an appointment from a specialist. However, there are other methods which can enhance spiritual healing or can be combined with other techniques so as to bring about healing. EFT is one such method which can be introduced so that spiritual healing can be obtained, resolving traumatic memories and events.
It is very important to consider the need to relax when you are stressed or tired. With that idea in mind, EFT can be used or can be employed as one of the best relaxation techniques. In most cases, too much work and stress may cause fatigue, tension, muscle pains and even headaches. If this is what you have experienced before, then it is important to consider EFT as one of the simplest methods you can employ for relaxation.
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.
EFT therapy is wildly used for treatment of emotional and physical conditions. It works by tapping on acupressure points around the body while talking about your stresses. It is known to resolve traumatic issues and events to assist the improvement of things like anxious tendancies, stress, depression etc.
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.