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Stress: Its Impact On Pain And The Use Of Tapping

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Everyone knows that when you have pain, your body is telling you that something is wrong. What is harder for many people to swallow is that physical problems often stem from emotional issues that haven't been processed. Even if your residual pain originated with an accident or an actual diagnosis of disease, emotional problems, at the very least, can prevent you from improving. Until you get to the root of it and resolve it, you will continue to suffer, and so will your body. Most people are on board with the mind-body connection. Wrapping your brain around the possibility that psychological issues are at the root of pain is not an easy leap for many. Symptoms are the way our bodies speak to us, so we need to listen up! One of the biggest draws of EFT (or Tapping), is that it works so well on physical pain.... and beginners can often have tangible proof that it works right away. You can sometimes totally resolve it immediately ("one-minute wonders"), or at least see a decrease in severity. Negative emotions are a major contributor to pain. Once this negative energy is addressed, there is a shift. There are many other benefits to EFT other than pain relief. I recently listened to a speaker for the online Tapping World Summit who described the sympathetic vs. parasympathetic nervous system in relation to tapping. I had heard and read about this before, and it had a profound effect on the importance of EFT for me. Whenever I hear something from numerous different sources, I believe the universe is telling me to "listen up!". I will relay a simplistic explanation from my understanding of these two systems and how tapping effects the phenomena. The sympathetic nervous system is your "fight or flight" system. It utilizes the body's energy resources to provide immediate fuel for action. Cortisol...

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