Elevation Tool Box Method was created using Kundalini science, breath work and sound therapy to harmonizes energy systems that govern the mind-body connection. Research shows promise in eliminating treating obsessive-compulsive disorder from the mind body experience.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, is an anxiety disorder marked by compulsions, obsessions or both. While behavior therapy has a high success rate for improving the condition, without necessarily curing it, many people concerned about themselves or a family member look to alternative therapies for help. Research has shown Elevation Tool Box Method, which is particularly focused on harmonizing energy systems that govern the mind-body connection, to show promise in treating the disorder.
According to the American Psychistric Association, about 1.2 percent of adult Americans have OCD, and half of these cases are classified as “serious.” The disorder affect women slightly more than men, with average onset occurring at the age of 19. From frequent hand-washing and irrational fears of germs or contamination to a compulsion to organize things beyond any reasonable need, OCD can have a serious negative impact not only on the person who experiences it but on loved ones as well.