Do you like many people suffer from anxiety or fear of the dentist?
If you feel nervous, sick or panicked at the thought of having dental treatment or delay/avoid having necessary treatment through fear then EFT is worth a try to alleviate your anxiety and fear. A one off session is usually all it takes.
What is EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)?
EFT is a fast and effective technique used to resolve negative emotional issues, which may be causing physical and or psychological symptoms. It is an emotional version of Acupuncture WITHOUT the needles. Instead of using needles, acupuncture meridian points on the body (predominantly face and hands) are stimulated by tapping on them with your fingers.
Negative experiences disrupt the energy meridians that run through our body. The physical changes we feel from these disruptions, like nausea, fear, anxiety etc. become attached to the memory of that experience. EFT works by realigning the energy meridians and disconnects the physical discomfort that we attach to negative memories and removes the resulting symptoms.
What does EFT actually involve?
It involves a series of gentle tapping along the meridian points (face and hands). The process can take less than a minute but is repeated several times whilst the client concentrates on what is actually causing them distress about their visits to the dentist.
What conditions is EFT effective for?
EFT is particularly effective in cases of anxiety, stress, panic attacks, sadness and phobias to name but a few. It can be used with a vast range of different issues, Dental phobias being a very popular one.
How many sessions will I need and what is the cost?
Generally one session is sufficient in reducing your symptoms. This can be done in the comfort of your own home or you can visit the EFT practitioner at her clinic. If more than one visit is required then an extra cost per visit is at the discretion of the practitioner. For a quote please call Lynn on the number below stating that you have been referred to North EFT by THE SMILE CENTRE Website