Infertility in Women – Can EFT Tapping Banish It?

A U.S. university study on eliminating infertility in women enabled infertile women to resume ovulating. It achieved this through a 20-week stress relief program of Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT).
But the remarkable new energy method EFT is more likely to take only one 1 to 3 sessions to alleviate serious stress!
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is an easy self-help acupressure method that is safe, gentle and frequently fast in reducing and even eliminating stress of several kinds.
Around the world, it has already opened the best way to motherhood for numbers of women having trouble conceiving children.
How is EFT done?
To get this done acupressure process, you fingertap on key stress points on your face and body when you briefly focus on a particular problem. When your energy system is rebalanced in this way, a specific problem is likely to fade away.
This may be hard to believe – but results have already been extensively documented since EFT’s development in the 1990s.
This energy method addresses stress-related issues at their energetic source, the body’s meridian system, which Chinese physicians mapped thousands of years ago.
EFT is cheaper!
As EFT is heaps cheaper than other possible solutions to infertility, that could be one of the reasons to use EFT first, in case you are having difficulty becoming a mother.
Other reasons include that it’s simple and easy to understand, and that it often works where nothing else will.
(As an EFT coach, I understand of an incident where this gentle energy-balancing technique made a surgical operation, scheduled due to a urinary problem, unnecessary. The person who administered the EFT was the Californian surgeon who ordered the operation, Dr. Eric Robins! )
Being an energy method, EFT is 21st. century know-how. Internationally many doctors, psychologists, some psychiatrists and a large number of other healthcare experts are adding ‘a bit of EFT’ to their skills.
This simple do-it-yourself acupressure technique eliminates lowers stress degrees of both body and mind.
EFT beginners generally achieve 50% success, and often higher. Many experienced EFT practitioners say their successes with clients are in the high 90s. Crazy idea — how could tapping possibly affect infertility?
EFT does not take the place of competent medical, psychological or psychiatric treatment. It does not diagnose. It’s a healing aid, an extra, that offers people opportunity to help themselves relieve their stress quickly, with or without the support of an EFT coach…
When stress, anxiety and stress are resolved, people no more experience high stress levels. A far more relaxed body behaves more normally.
Faster EFT Practitioner
EFT targets a person’s disrupted energy meridian system because the real driver behind heightened stress levels and infertility in women.
Ovulation cycle restored
Participants in the infertility study at Emory University in the U.S. learned Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approaches for coping with stress. After 20 weeks of therapy, 80% of the ladies started ovulating.
Dr. Sarah Berga led the study, and said, ‘It is fairly possible there are several individuals who could reap the benefits of stress decrease in terms of infertility therapies.’ According to EFT founder Gary Craig, ‘EFT supplies a faster, more permanent treatment for stress reduction and fertility issues, since it addresses the energy imbalance and also the unresolved negative emotions which are creating the power imbalance and infertility.’
Jane gave birth
A boy is growing up in the united kingdom now because his mother, Jane, could tap away stressful emotional conditions that seemed to be stopping her conceiving. EFT practitioner Dr.Tam Llewellyn-Edwards spent some time working with several women struggling conceiving children. In 3 EFT sessions he supported Jane to remove some extreme fears.
Jane was frightened of having a baby, scared that she would not be a good mother, and in addition scared that her husband would love their baby a lot more than he loved her.
Says Dr. Llewellyn-Edwards: ‘Four months later I heard from Jane. She was 8 weeks pregnant! She now has a lovely 3-year-old boy, and she did cope, and her husband still loves her.’