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Scientific Research into the Effects of Access Bars

Are you interesting in learning more of how Access the Bars impacts depression and anxiety. A research study published in the Energy Psychology Journal with seven participants with anxiety or depression or both ranging from mild to severe. The test methods were 4 standardized subjective questionnaires and objective testing Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) known as brain mapping. Questionnaires used were The Beck Anxiety Inventory, Beck Depression Inventory, State, Trait Anxiety Inventory and The Maryland State and Trait Depression Scale. The primary goal of the research was to examine whether Access Bars has an effect on anxiety and depression. All participants tested positive for trait anxiety in pretest. This type of anxiety is distinguished as character trait anxiety that is long standing versus (temporary) state anxiety.


Results showed all participants had lower scores in the subjective test questionnaires  These results were statistically significant with most results having at least a less than 97% chance of occurring by chance alone, the severity of anxiety symptoms were decreased by 84.7%* (average), the severity of depression symptoms were decreased by 82.7%** (average), and QEEG measurement results showed a statistically significant increase in brain coherence (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.)


For more information follow the link below:

https://energypsychologyjournal.org/abstracts/abstracts-volume-9-number-2-november-2017/effects-access-bars-anxiety-depression-pilot-study/


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