Physical Complaints

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Biosocial Exploration of the NES Health approach on the health and well being of people with a variety of physical complaints.

This phenomenological study was carried out at the University of Teesside in the UK, under the guidance of Professor Anna van Wersch, a recognized expert in health psychology.

 

The study carried out by Professor van Wersch was a 'Biopsychosocial exploration of the NES HEALTH system approach on the health and wellbeing of people with a variety of physical complaints'.


The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of the NES HEALTH treatment protocol on a group of five individuals with Medically Unexplained Symptoms (M.U.S) that did not fulfil the criteria for obtaining a clear or exact organic aetiology and therefore represented a problematic case for medical consultation. The individuals included in this study were diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), all acknowledged to symbolise chronic and disabling forms of illness. Prior anecdotal research into the use of NES HEALTH for this subject group is compelling; however, it lacks meticulous exploration and scientific scrutiny. For this reason, the adoption of a more scientific biopsychosocial exploration of the NES approach on the health and wellbeing of people with a variety of physical complaints was investigated.


Research findings established pre and post physiological measures of; Cortisol, sIgA, blood pressure and pulse rate recordings giving objective positive results of the intervention.  Subjective measures also demonstrated a positive effect of the NES HEALTH therapy in all but one of the cases, in this case there appeared to be a physiological and psychological improvement, but this was in opposition to the subject's subjective experience.


This well carried out, multifaceted exploration of the NES HEALTH provides some sound scientific data for the efficacy of the NES HEALTH approach for supporting suffers of these conventionally difficult to treat conditions, to a better state of well being.

 

About Professor Anna van Wersch
Anna van Wersch is Professor of Psychology at the University of Teesside, UK, Co-convenor of the Applied Psychology Group and a Chartered Health Psychologist. She has written many scientific papers and articles including her recent book 'Complementary Medicine and Health Psychology' Open University Press, 2009, by van Wersch, A., Forshaw, M., & Cartwright, T, in which she cited the NES HEALTH system as 'an exciting new theory, applied specifically to health and illness based on controlling the quantum electrodynamic field (human body-field)'.

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