A new exploration into emotional stress and its undeniable impact on humanity. The film delves into our history with stress, how we got to where we are today, and where we go from here. ...
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A new exploration into emotional stress and its undeniable impact on humanity. The film delves into our history with stress, how we got to where we are today, and where we go from here. Featuring Dr. Daniel Monti (Director - Marcus Institute of Integrative Health) and leading neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Newberg (DMT: The Spirit Molecule), we get a fresh perspective on the effects of stress. Thanks to a new study from the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, there is now compelling evidence of a breakthrough intervention to help people to alleviate their emotional stress, as well as deeper insight into this exciting topic.
Raises some valid points, but basically is a 1 hour ad
The documentary is kind of strange, given how many technical terms and technical practices of Neuro Emotional Therapy is mentioned, but not explained how the practices help.
All that is mentioned is "I feel much better, it saved my life!" kinds of testimonies that really undermine the valid points as how stress at its worst, can basically kill a patient. This is kind of misleading, as stress is usually the indirect cause of, if any, death. Stress as a mental ailment can catalyse illnesses, and correctly mentioned, causes physical ailments, while being cause by physical ailments.
But when all is said is done, basically the documentary raises awareness about how stress needs to be properly managed, and somehow the only solution mentioned is N.E.T., like it's a saviour or a magic bullet or something, with research being propped up to support it, with insufficient explanation of the representation, procedures and sampling of the research.
Please don't be mislead by this documentary, there are several ways of reducing stress rather than using N.E.T., such as counselling, proper management of stress and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and much more.
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