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In the UK alone, approximately 5 million people are stressed in their jobs. Among the jobs considered most stressful are: commercial airline pilot, photojournalist, surgeon, and advertising account executive. 
What is stress? 
Stress is the feeling of being under too much mental or emotional pressure. https://examinedexistence.com/20-interesting-facts-about-stress-2/ 
 
Pressure turns into stress when you feel unable to cope. People have different ways of reacting to stress, so a situation that feels stressful to one person may be motivating to someone else. 
 
Many of life’s demands can cause stress, particularly work, relationships and money problems. And, when you feel stressed, it can get in the way of sorting out these demands, or can even affect everything you do. 
 
Stress can affect how you feel, think, behave and how your body works. In fact, common signs of stress include sleeping problems, sweating, loss of appetite and difficulty concentrating. 
 
You may feel anxious, irritable or low in self esteem, and you may have racing thoughts, worry constantly or go over things in your head. You may notice that you lose your temper more easily, drink more or act unreasonably. 
 
You may also experience headaches, muscle tension or pain, or dizziness. 
 
Stress causes a surge of hormones in your body. These stress hormones are released to enable you to deal with pressures or threats – the so-called “fight or flight” response. 
 
Once the pressure or threat has passed, your stress hormone levels will usually return to normal. However, if you’re constantly under stress, these hormones will remain in your body, leading to the symptoms of stress. 
 
 
The ten secret signs of stress; 
Cravings 
Cuts and bruises 
Hair loss 
Rashes and itchy skin 
Stressed out skin 
Chest pain and palpitations 
Eyelid spams 
Ringing in the ears 
Irregular periods and PMS 
Stomach problems 
 
 
How can Advanced Healing Therapies help? 
 
Using our award winning Nobel prize technology attention should be directed on the Acuscope’s capacity to manage stress-related imbalances. By placing special electrodes on the ear lobes or the frontal bone of the head, the instrument, when set at the appropriate frequencies, will induce a relaxed concentration in the client within 20 to 30 minutes. This procedure, also known as “Electro-Sleep” or “cranial electric stimulation” or CES has been applied successfully by medical specialists ranging from dentists to psychiatrists. 
 
This procedure is recommended to reduce mental fatigue, enhance autonomic stability, improve concentration, and, as a general procedure, to prepare the patient for treatment, including surgery. This procedure can also be helpful with hyperactive children, depression/manic depression, insomnia, anxiety, headache, migraines, visual disturbances and head trauma. Other research investigations demonstrate the promise of electro-sleep in other lifestyle stress-related areas such as obesity, addiction, compulsion, alcohol and drug detox, mood/food, etc. Unlike drug therapy, there is no dependency, adverse side effects, and benefits are sustained for progressively longer periods of time permitting increased conditioning to behavior modification methods. 
 
The electro-sleep phenomenon occurs when a relaxed state is induced by the transcranial application of low intensity current such as is produced by the Electro-Acuscope. Actually, the word “electro-sleep” is misleading in that patients are not forced into sleep; but rather guided into a relaxed, conscious state. 
 
Most of the research and scientific investigations on electro-sleep have been conducted in the Soviet Union for the past few decades. There has been very limited research conducted here in the United States. A great deal of this hesitancy is probably due to the traditional mistrust of the use of electrical devices in clinical psychiatry. A few studies conducted at certain universities have produced interesting results. 
 
Attention should also be directed on the Acuscope’s capacity to manage stress-related imbalances. By placing special electrodes on the ear lobes or the frontal bone of the head, the instrument, when set at the appropriate frequencies, will induce a relaxed concentration in the client within 20 to 30 minutes. This procedure, also known as “Electro-Sleep” or “cranial electric stimulation” or CES has been applied successfully by medical specialists ranging from dentists to psychiatrists. 
 
This procedure is recommended to reduce mental fatigue, enhance autonomic stability, improve concentration, and, as a general procedure, to prepare the patient for treatment, including surgery. This procedure can also be helpful with hyperactive children, depression/manic depression, insomnia, anxiety, headache, migraines, visual disturbances and head trauma. Other research investigations demonstrate the promise of electro-sleep in other lifestyle stress-related areas such as obesity, addiction, compulsion, alcohol and drug detox, mood/food, etc. Unlike drug therapy, there is no dependency, adverse side effects, and benefits are sustained for progressively longer periods of time permitting increased conditioning to behavior modification methods. 
 
The electro-sleep phenomenon occurs when a relaxed state is induced by the transcranial application of low intensity current such as is produced by the Electro-Acuscope. Actually, the word “electro-sleep” is misleading in that patients are not forced into sleep; but rather guided into a relaxed, conscious state. 
 
Most of the research and scientific investigations on electro-sleep have been conducted in the Soviet Union for the past few decades. There has been very limited research conducted here in the United States. A great deal of this hesitancy is probably due to the traditional mistrust of the use of electrical devices in clinical psychiatry. A few studies conducted at certain universities have produced interesting results. 
 
Groups of patients with chronic anxiety, depression, and nocturnal insomnia were selected on the basis that they have had little or no positive response to orthodox methods of treatment. These patients had all utilized various types of sleeping medications for long periods of time with poor results. The use of electro-sleep with these same patients, however, showed significant improvements in their conditions. The most marked result was an increase in sleep. 
 
Groups of patients with chronic anxiety, depression, and nocturnal insomnia were selected on the basis that they have had little or no positive response to orthodox methods of treatment. These patients had all utilized various types of sleeping medications for long periods of time with poor results. The use of electro-sleep with these same patients, however, showed significant improvements in their conditions. The most marked result was an increase in sleep. 
 
Just before the end of each treatment Sue will do Auriculotherapy ear points to also aid in the recovery of stress and help relax the mind and body. 
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