Is This Hormone Creating Chaos In Your Health?

by Arline on February 3, 2013

Cortisol, known as the “stress hormone,”
is integral to our body’s “fight or flight”
response.  You probably heard that before,
right?

Originally designed to help us survive life
in the wild, the “fight or flight” response is
essential whenever  we’re faced with sudden,
brief danger like, let’s say, a tiger.

Cortisol is useful in short bursts like that.  But
releasing cortisol too frequently, as we seem
to be doing nowadays in response to the ongoing
or “chronic” stress of modern life, may have
serious, even scary, impacts on our physical, mental
and emotional health.

In fact, living in this kind of biological “survival
mode”
may be making us more vulnerable to
everything
from cancer to heart disease, diabetes,
and more.

New research, however, is showing one
technique to be extremely effective in helping to
reduce cortisol levels.

I’d like to share a video with you today that
will explain what I mean…

Jessica Ortner interviews her brother Nick Ortner

Click Here to see the video.

In fact, in a study of 83 participants, this
technique demonstrated a 24 percent decrease
in cortisol levels, while the two other groups, one
that received no treatment and one that received
talk therapy, only showed the normal rate of
cortisol decrease over time, 14%.  

This technique, known as EFT or Tapping, is
causing shock waves in the medical world as more
and more science is proving its effectiveness in
improving health, both physically and emotionally.

A new video, just released a few days ago, explains some
of this new research and shows you exactly how you
can use it right now to improve your own health
.

Go here to watch it now.

By the way, if you’re ignoring your levels of stress, anxiety,
and overwhelm, then you might as well ignore what
you eat, and exercising… because those emotions
have just as big of an impact on your health.

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Here is what 5 times New York Times Best-Selling
Author Dr. Mark Hyman has to say about Tapping:

“There are three things that are critical for healing.
It’s what you eat, moving your body, and learning
how to reset your nervous system through relaxing
and dealing with chronic stress. There are so many
phenomenal tools to do that, but Tapping is one of
the most directed and powerful ways to peel away
the layers of chronic stress. It’s very effective for
very difficult problems.”
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To your health! Be blessed!
Arline

 


 

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