Have you ever over-reacted to something and then later regretted it? It happens to most of us because we all have neuro-emotional patterns that we have learned that can easily get triggered,sometimes even by stupid or trivial things. Dr Sholes explains how we develop neuro-emotional patterns throughout our lives that are stored subconsciously and get triggered automatically by our environment or our thoughts.
Dr Cynthia Sholes explains how your brain is a complex and elaborate neuronal network which can be and is changed every day as we learn and grow. We can take control of this process a bit like a gardener tends a garden.
In a study published by the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine,a 13 year old boy experienced relief from an anxiety disorder (SAD) that prevented him from enjoying his life as a kid. His anxiety stopped him being able to sleep over at friends houses,go away to summer camps,or even stay overnight with Grandma and Grandpa. After 8 treatments of NET,he was able to join his classmates on the school camping trip and attend a sleep-over with out anxiety or discomfort. Upon reevaluation of his symptoms,the psychotherapist who did the initial diagnosis removed the diagnostic label. One might say that NET cured his SAD.
“Separation anxiety disorder in a 13-year-old boy managed by the Neuro Emotional Technique as a biopsychosocial intervention” Fay Karpouzis ,Rod Bonello and Henry Pollard Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2008,7,101-106
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