In recent retrospective study of 2,818 patients receiving Network care in the United States and around the world, demonstrated that Network care is associated with profound and statistically significant improvement in self-reported wellness areas. Patients report changes in:
Patients report: reduced pain, improved spinal, flexibility, more energy, less fatigue, fewer cold and flu symptoms, fewer headaches.
Patients report: improvement in their overall health and general well-being, ability to cope with daily problems, family relationships, significant relationships, work.
Patients report increases in: regular exercise, practice of Tai Chi/Yoga, meditation and prayer, relaxation and self-hypnosis, consuming health food and vitamins, eating partial or total vegetarian diet, decreased need for prescription medications.
Patients experience: openness to guidance by inner feelings, increased relaxation and well being, positive feelings about self, interest in maintaining a healthy life-style, feeling of openness when relating to others, compassion for others.
Patients experience: less distress about physical pain, more positive feelings about self, decreased moodness, improved temper, fewer angry outbursts, less depression, more interest in life, fewer concerns about "small" things, improved ability to concentrate, less anxiety, improved ability to stay on task
Patients experience improvement in: personal life, self-awareness, ability to adapt to change, handling problems in life accomplishments in life, life as a whole, overall contentment with life, relationship with significant other, job satisfaction, life being as one wants it to be, romantic life, actual work done, relationship with co-workers, physical appearance.