How to get 43% Happier

People from all over the world claim that EFT Tapping works. But what’s even more impressive is that recent studies reveal that the results are better than anyone could have hoped for.

Here’s why you should pay attention to your happiness, and how.

Cortisol is ruining your happiness

We all know that stress and worrying cause all sorts of problems, and some are even severe. When we feel any negative feelings, the body starts releasing the hormone cortisol to get us ready for a fight, flight or freeze response. And this is where EFT Tapping shows such good reversals.

     Too much cortisol causes:

  • weight gain
  • acne
  • thinning skin
  • easy bruising
  • flushed face
  • slowed healing
  • muscle weakness
  • severe fatigue
  • irritability
  • difficulty concentrating
  • high blood pressure
  • headache

EFT Tapping lowers cortisol more than traditional talk therapy or resting. Group sessions have a 43% reduction in cortisol, lowering stress, anxiety and depression.

Dr Peeta Stapleton, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 2020

One session does wonders

The verdict is in – in just one hour, the group EFT Tapping session got better results, compared to using talk therapy or resting, according to Dr Peeta Stapleton’s study. 

Cortisol levels were measured via saliva, and psychological symptoms were tested, before and after the 50 minute group session. The 43% improvement in stress, anxiety and depression after such a short time is very impressive.

Get help reducing damaging stress

You are welcome to practice cortisol reduction in the Joy Booster Challenge. Sign up today, to be sure not to miss out on this training.

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I’d love to help you! Hello, I’m Joanna Armstrong, and I have been a therapist and mentor since 2009. Primarily, I use the unusually efficient method called Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as EFT-tapping, with my clients. 

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