Help to beat Corona-Stress is at your fingertips

We are all facing new stresses, anxieties and fears. As well as the threat to our physical health Coronavirus has brought with it unprecedented phsychological challenges for millions.

They include the frustration of being unable to live and work normally, the anxiety of isolation, the fear of contracting Covid19, the worry about friends and relatives, the stress of coping with working from home particularly when children are there too.

But help is at hand.

The Zenpower app can deliver a unique response to stress issues directly into the home, workspace, or office.

Originally developed to help companies combat stress in the workplace Zenpower is now being made available free for 60 days to anyone who needs it. It simply involves downloading an app and then following its undemanding guidance. This involves a combination of modern Western psychology and Eastern acupressure—the system of tapping parts of the face or body with the fingertips.

Zenpower was created by executive coach and personal development trainer Steve McNulty and Harley St based practitioner, international trainer and public speaker, Kevin Laye, who say results have shown that a session can help alleviate stress and anxiety in less than ten minutes.

Ten companies who installed Zenpower for the use of their employees all report positive results. “While the app was developed directly from our work with companies dealing with work-place stress” they say “this is clearly a time when millions of people at home may need help with the unprecedented pressures they face”.

We felt that if Zenpower could help we should make it freely available.” While for many people the idea of tapping may seem a little strange the Zenpower builders insist their technique is “incredibly intuitive and easy to follow”.

As well as tapping the body lightly but firmly with two or three fingers users are also requested to perform simple eye movements.

To download here enter the following company code to access free for 60 days 281270.