Distress / Stressed-out

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Information: Stress is the body’s reaction to harmful situations whether they’re real or perceived. During stress response, the heart rate increases, breathing quickens, muscles tighten, and blood pressure rises.

Common causal factors: When one feels threatened, a chemical reaction occurs that is known as “fight-or-flight,” or the stress response. Adrenaline and cortisol levels increase.

Program Sequences:       22050

Additional programs:       3567.0, 3566.0

Input cup:    Nothing required

Output:         Mat on the front

Treatment Sessions:       

1st session:    Run PS 22050 (298.0, 299.0, 3627.0)

2nd session:  Repeat PS 22050 (298.0, 299.0, 3627.0) and add 3567.0, 3566.0

3rd session:   Run 3567.0, 3566.0

4th session:   298.0, 299.0, 3567.0, 3566.0

Note:

Use the large flexible input applicator across the kidney area (above waistline on the back).

Run the programs in weekly intervals.