With the extremely busy schedules and fast era, we have come to find ourselves living in, anxiety became part of the daily behaviors to improve.

As a result of the improvement of medical technology today, we find a myriad of medicines to prevent and tone anxiety down. Yet, some of these medicines and treatments are still addressing the symptoms without giving attention to the route cause.

Today, in this article we’re focusing on one of the most ancient holistic treatments which have been proved to instantly ease not only anxiety but also many more disorders we might not be aware of within us.

What is Anxiety and How To Define It

Anxiety is the body’s natural response to accumulated stress.

There are different levels and sub-levels in which anxiety can show up; from a mild yet uncontrollable rush of thoughts to the mixed anxiety/excitement feelings we get on the first day of school, to a complete nervous breakdown.

What Are Some of the Anxiety Disorders

So long as we’re anxious about moving to a new country, starting a new job or relationship, anxiety is considered normal and within margins of control.

This type of anxiety is actually “required”, as despite how unpleasant it may feel, it brings along a huge motivation boost. This boost aids us in working harder and achieving unimaginable results.

On another note though, there’s the type of anxiety that can be so intense and persistent to the point of becoming debilitating.

This type of anxiety stops us from enjoying what we love to the point that sometimes it can prevent us from making practical decisions such as: being in a bridge, crossing the street or riding the elevator.

What this type of anxiety is left uncontrolled, or denied it can worsen by time resulting in major disorders.

Some examples of the disorders deriving from anxiety are:

1 OCD – Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Recurring irrational thoughts resulting in a specific repeated recurring behavioral pattern.

2 Panic-Disorder

Recurring panic attacks at unexpected times and places.

3 Phobia

Excessive fear of specific objects, activities, situations, etc.

4 PTSD – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The anxiety following a major traumatic event.

What is Chi Nei Tsang (CNT)

Chi Nei Tsang literally means working the energy flow of the internal organs.

It is a centuries-old Chinese abdominal massage, consisting of a variety of gentle yet deep healing touches in order to train and remind the abdomen organs to work more efficiently.

This process ripples on all levels, physically, emotionally and spiritually resulting in improved mind-body-soul health by healing unprocessed negative emotions we have repressed throughout our life.

Some of the Benefits of This Powerful Therapeutic Massage

  • Releasing physical, emotional, and energetical blockages
  • Clearing the abdominal area of daily stress, creating more space
  • Supports physical and emotional body energy levels
  • Boosts immune system
  • Reduces hormonal imbalances
  • Addresses infertility issues
  • Stimulates body posture
  • Enhances energy flow and blood flow
  • Stimulates lymphatic system
  • Relieves many gastrointestinal issues
    • IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    • Constipation
    • Diarrhea
    • Acid Reflux
    • PMS – Pre and Post Menstrual Syndrome

Are There Professional Accredited CNT Practitioners in Egypt?

In a previous article about Fatty Liver Remedies, we mentioned Radwa Etman, an accredited CNT practitioner in Cairo.

We invited Radwa to perform a tried and tested CNT Session to two different coworkers, Hanaa and Vanna.

Here is the after-effect experience of one of them:

Hanaa explained that right after the session her mind-state was in a certain Zen feeling that was new to her. She felt he was more emotionally resilient, clear and pure. Mostly, she truly experienced the physical and emotional space was cleansed.

The only thing that would need more work is the bowel movement she explained. But of course, just like feeling the results of anything else, Chi Nei Tsang results start to actually become part of us after multiple sessions.

Keep an eye out for more alternative healing articles to come and share this article with anyone you believe is interested or in need to know about Chi Nei Tsang.