Tapping To Boost Performance

Researchers at Staffordshire University are leading research into a technique which involves tapping acupressure points on the head and hands – so-called emotional freedom technique – to boost performance under pressure. In a trial they studied 39 patients and found that most of them improved significantly in a wide variety of conditions.
One participant said ” I would describe the impact of these sessions like emotional first aid, it would allow me to refocus when I found myself hitting a bad patch”.

 

Tapping could improve performance under pressure.

Tapping to improve performance

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Acupuncturist and University Lecturer Martin Dean has over 20 years clinical experience. He has a specialist interest in treating fertility issues and is also a founder member of Zita West's Network for Reproductive Health so you not only get the benefit of Martin's individual expertise but, through the network, the experience of Zita and her colleagues. In his spare time he practices tai chi to promote calmness and maintain health.