Dealing with a debilitating anxiety is difficult and horrible. It can come out of nowhere when you are busy, trying to get things done and getting on with your life, causing the most frightening attacks to overwhelm you. If you have tried traditional medication and you do not feel like it is effective enough or if you feel like it does not work fast enough, you should try some powerful energy psychology therapies. There are many alternative, safe ways to get some relief from the horror that is caused by a random anxiety attack.
Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an alternative treatment for physical pain and emotional distress. It’s also referred to as tapping or psychological acupressure.
People who use this technique believe tapping the body can create a balance in your energy system and treat pain. According to its developers,a disruption in energy is the cause of all negative emotions and pain
Though still being researched, EFT tapping has been used to treat people with anxiety and people with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
How does EFT work?
Similar to accupressure, EFT focuses on the meridian points on your body — or energy hot spots — to restore balance to your body’s energy. It’s believed that restoring this energy balance can relieve symptoms a negative experience or emotion may have caused.
Based on Chinese medicine, meridian points are thought of as areas of the body energy flows through. These pathways help balance energy flow to maintain your health. Any imbalance can influence disease or sickness.
Acupuncture uses needles to apply pressure to these energy points. EFT uses fingertip tapping to apply pressure.
Proponents say the tapping helps you access your body’s energy and send signals to the part of the brain that controls your stress. They claim that stimulating the meridian points through EFT tapping can reduce the stress or negative emotion you feel from your issue, ultimately restoring balance to your disrupted energy.
What is EMDR?
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a fairly new, non-traditional type of psychotherapy treatment. It’s growing in popularity worldwide, particularly for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD often occurs after experiences such as military combat, physical assault, rape, or car accidents and intense grief.
EMDR approaches psychological issues in an unusual way. It does not rely on talk therapy or medication drugs. Instead, EMDR uses a patient’s own rapid, rhythmic eye movements. These eye movements greatly reduce the power of emotionally charged memories of past traumatic events.
Some patients find the eye movements difficult to do, some reporting getting dizzy or nauseous from it. The high cost of EMDR sessions may also deter a patient from seeking help with EMDR. This is where the Neuro-Impulse-System (NIS) can provide an easier, less demanding and more affordable way to reduce stress, grief, depression and bad feelings.
What Is NIS?
The new revolutionary NIS treatment combines the best parts of EMDR, EFT, Acupressure and Nero-Linguistic-Programming. Because by using only the most effective parts of each treatment and by leaving out cumbersome, difficult parts, NIS is highly effective and can be learned by almost anybody is less than 20 minutes.
NIS is also free to use once you have made a relatively small one-time-investment in the home-study-course. No expensive repeat visits to a practitioner like with the old-fashioned traditional therapies. You can also do it in the privacy of your own home, whenever you need it. That makes it very convenient and puts you in control.
What Can You Expect From The Neuro-Impulse-System
People who use the Neuro Impulse System technique argue that NIS greatly reduces, sometimes eliminates bad negative emotions. Before and after each NIS treatment, you or your counselor will rate your level of distress. You will find that your disturbing memories will become less debilitating.
NIS is being used successfully for stress relief and many other psychological problems. They include:
- Panic Attacks
- Anxiety, for example fear or worry about public speaking or visiting a dentist
NIS appears to be a safe therapy, with no negative side effects. Researchers into the field of Energy Psychology Treatments such as NIS, EFT and EMDR have shown the treatment’s effectiveness in published reports that consolidated data from several studies.