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Mental Disorders

The Natural Stress Relief technique has shown to be the best remedy against mild mental disorders, such as mild manic depression. It is a form a deep relax that has shown to be more effective of most methods used in psychotherapy, in order to relief mental disorders. The results achieved by the Natural Stress Relief technique have been scientifically validated. No other technique or method or single tool has shown to be as effective as this one against mental disorders, such as mild manic depression.

Mental Disorders
Manic Depression

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The Natural Stress Relief technique is practised 2 times a day, for 15 minutes each time. Nothing special is required (read the handbook for more info). You can learn this effective technique for a few dollars only. This site includes:
- a description of scientific research that confirms the effectiveness of the Natural Stress Relief technique;
- a forum where the practise of this technique can be discussed;
- a complete explanation about how to learn this technique.

Mental Disorders

The Natural Stress Relief technique has shown to be effective against:
alcohol abuse; anguish; anxiety; anxiety attacks; attention deficit; cigarettes abuse; depression; distress; drugs abuse; fear; fears; headaches; hypertension; insomnia; manic depression; mental disorders; mild depression; nervousness; panic; panic attack; panic attacks; panic disorders; phobia; phobias; shyness; sleep disorders; social anxiety; social phobia; stress.
It has shown to be effective for:
anti-ageing; anti-stress therapy; calm; general health; happiness; intelligence; intuition; memory; psychotherapy; relax; relaxation; self-confidence; sociality; stress management; stress reduction; stress relief; well-being.

Dr. Herbert Benson and Dr. Keith Wallace, both from Harvard University, were the first medical doctors to verify the effectiveness of the original technique, through a detailed scientific research (Science, 167; American journal of physiology, 221; Scientific American, 226).
However, Dr. Benson never practised this technique (he only tested it on several practitioners). Dr. Benson created his own technique, the well-known relaxation response, explained in his book The relaxation response, that sold over 4 million copies.
Further research showed that the original technique is 3 to 4 times more effective than Dr. Benson's relaxation response technique (Journal of clinical psychology, 45; and Journal of social behavior and personality, 6).

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