emotional benefits

We love Dr. Stapleton’s research and graphic above – short, sweet, powerful.

  • Anxiety down 40%
  • Depression down 35%
  • Stress/Distress down 32% (with some studies showing a decrease of 86%)
  • Happiness up 31%
  • Cravings down 74%

And There’s More

Anger / Aggression
Study of 30 women with high aggression scores received EFT Therapy while control group received no treatment. “The results showed that EFT significantly reduced aggression…and could be used as an effective therapy method for reducing aggression in single mothers.”
Abdi, MR, et al, 2015, Applied Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Journal

Phobias
“EFT significantly reduced phobia-related anxiety…and ability to approach the feared stimulus, whether presented as an initial treatment or following diaphragmatic breathing.”
Salas, M., et al, 2011, Explore: Journal of Science and Healing

 

Dental Anxiety
“All patients reported a decrease in subjective anxiety.” Decrease was statistically significant with ratings on Likert scale decreasing from 8.03 to 3.03.
Temple, GP, et al, 2011, Energy Psychology Journal.

Stress
A study of 39 business executives used the Borrowing Benefits group Tapping technique.
Post treatment results included anxiety and depression reduction (34%),

pain reduction (41%) and reduction of food and drink cravings (50%).

Church, D. et al, 2019, Scientific Research

“In a study of 56 university students randomly assigned to either the EFT or ‘sham’ groups, (stress) symptoms were reduced by 39% in the EFT Group and by 8% in the sham group.”

(Sham groups tapped on non-EFT Tapping points, or‘sham’ points.)
Rogers, R. et al, 2015, Energy Psychology Journal

Cravings
“Study evaluated food cravings, dietary restraint, subjective power of food and self-reported symptoms…Analyses indicated significantly reduced food cravings…power of food…depression…anxiety…and somatic symptoms.
Body Mass Index and weight significantly decreased…

EFT deemed highly effective in reducing food cravings.”
Stapleton, P. et al, 2019, The Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine

“This study examined a cross-section of 194 healthcare professionals including physicians, nurses, psychotherapists, chiropractors, psychiatrists, alternative medicine practitioners and other allied professionals.
EFT self-application resulted in statistically significant decreases in pain (68%), emotional distress (83%) and cravings

(83%).”
AJ Brooks, et al, 2010, Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal 100+ studies on acupressure points and the effects of EFT Tapping

(National Institutes of Health, Harvard Medical School, U.S. Veteran’s Administration and many more) demonstrate Tapping’s overwhelmingly positive outcomes.

Cravings
“Study evaluated food cravings, dietary restraint, subjective power of food and self-reported symptoms…Analyses indicated significantly reduced food cravings…power of food…depression…anxiety…and somatic symptoms.
Body Mass Index and weight significantly decreased…

EFT deemed highly effective in reducing food cravings.”
Stapleton, P. et al, 2019, The Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine

“This study examined a cross-section of 194 healthcare professionals including physicians, nurses, psychotherapists, chiropractors, psychiatrists, alternative medicine practitioners and other allied professionals.
EFT self-application resulted in statistically significant decreases in pain (68%), emotional distress (83%) and cravings

(83%).”
AJ Brooks, et al, 2010, Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal 100+ studies on acupressure points and the effects of EFT Tapping

(National Institutes of Health, Harvard Medical School, U.S. Veteran’s Administration and many more) demonstrate Tapping’s overwhelmingly positive outcomes.

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