Dr. Terrie Hope PhD, DNM, CFMW
Scientific research by Dr. Terrie Hope PhD, DNM, CFMW published in the Journal of Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, and Treatment in November 2017 has revealed the results of one 90 minute Access Bars session indicated a significant decrease in the severity of depression and anxiety.
From the results of four scientifically valid standardized questionnaires and through measuring brainwave patterns using brain mapping, (QEEG), Dr. Hope discovered in her study that Access Bars reduced the severity of anxiety symptoms by 84.7% (average).
Participants had a reduction in the severity of depression symptoms by 82.7% (average). The results of brainwave measurements before and after Access Bars
showed an increase in brain coherence in all participants, indicating a change toward a normal state after the session. Brain wave coherence is associated with communication between brain regions and researchers have found that
optimal brain coherence is correlated with many things such as intelligence, learning ability, alertness, reaction time and creativity.
The significant decreases in severity shown in this research suggest that Access Bars may be effective as a treatment for anxiety and depression. Dr. Hope is planning on more extensive research in the near future.
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Dr. Jeffrey Fannin
Research in 2015 by leading neuroscientist Dr. Jeffrey Fannin et al, with 60 participants examined the neurological effects of the Access Bars. By measuring
brain waves on people before and after a Bars session, this research revealed similar effects on brain coherence where 85% of participants indicated an increase in coherence. Additionally, he discovered that Access Bars has a positive
neurological effect on the recipient similar to those experienced by advanced meditators – and it produces these results immediately.
You can find the official white paper of this research HERE: