A Case for Using Stress Release to Decrease Chronic Illness and Improve Hospital Survival Rates

Wayne Topping



Researchers found that patients with the greatest amount of change occurring in their lives were at greater risk for illness, and they were likely to have chronic illnesses, whereas patients with lower levels of change were more likely to have minor illnesses, and they were likely to be acute. Cardiovascular surgery outcomes can be predicted with pre-surgery interviews. Stress Release and Energy Kinesiology procedures could be of great value to such patients and an asset to complementary medicine.

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