It was a great honor to be asked by the founder of TRE David Berceli to co-write an academic article on a research project studying the use of TRE in a South African orphanage conducted by Dr. Melanie Salmon. It was an even greater honor that the article is now the first peer-reviewed publication of TRE research. I’m sure there will be many more to follow as there is a strong global need for effective, financially accessible, and cross-culturally adaptive methods of stress reduction. TRE fits that bill on every score.

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Effects of Self-induced Unclassified Therapeutic Tremors on Quality of Life Among Non-professional Caregivers: A Pilot Study

自诱导未分类治疗性震颤对非专业护理者的生活质量的影响:一项初步研究Efectos de los temblores autoinducidos no clasificados sobre la calidad de vida en los cuidadores no profesionales: un estudio piloto

ABSTRACT

Background: Chronic stress has a negative effect on health-related quality of life. In challenging environments with multiple stressors, limited access to mental health resources, and cultural impediments to health care delivery, effective and accessible methods of stress management are critical. Activation of self-induced therapeutic tremors (SUTT) may mitigate excess stress and improve quality of life (QoL) under such conditions. . . . Read more

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