Have you ever…

  • Eaten a pint of ice cream after a stressful day?
  • Skipped a week of workouts when you were feeling moody?
  • Gone to bed hungry after leaving the dinner table during an argument?
  • Produced the best work of your life after a big fight with your partner?
  • Declined a party invite because you were feeling anxious?

If you have, you know your emotions can affect your behavior… and perhaps you’ve even noticed that your emotions affect your health. 

Maybe you feel exhausted when things aren’t going well at work, sick to your stomach after arguments, or you get headaches when you’re overwhelmed. 

The link between emotions and health has been proven, over and over.

Taking it a step further, conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD have been linked to physical health issues:

  • People with depression may be more likely to develop diabetes or hypertension.1
  • Those who suffer with anxiety may be more prone to heart conditions.2
  • PTSD sufferers may have an increased risk of lung disease, heart disease, and cancer.3

How can we rebalance emotional health to improve overall health?

The NES Scan places a big emphasis on emotional health.

After completing your 10-second voice scan, a full report of bioenergetic strengths and imbalances is created.

Your current body-field is compared to your ideal body-field, showing where you’re thriving, and where you’re ready to rebalance and upgrade.

It’s almost like an emotional decoder.

People are often shocked by the accuracy and specificity of their report…

… and by how effectively the recommended Infoceuticals work to restore emotional balance. 

The scan offers insights into the emotions that are bioenergetically balanced vs. those needing support.

For example…

  • Trust
  • Acceptance
  • Humility
  • Gratitude
  • Fear
  • Guilt
  • Worry

… and many more.

Take guilt: One study showed that guilt could be linked to chronic diseases like arthritis, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.4

Strong relationships and love, on the other hand, have been linked to good heart health, lung health, and lower stress.5 

The NES Scan is not a tool for disease diagnosis, but gauging emotions on a regular basis and bioenergetically balancing them has the potential to support our emotional experiences and, as a result, our health as well.

Imagine having this tool at your disposal – for yourself, your loved ones, and your clients. 

The NES System has helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world restore and optimize their health.

“NES is very accurate, I could feel a shift immediately. I’m a lot happier and it’s a lot more fun living my life this way.” – John F. 

“Within the first month I was a different person. I just felt so much more confident. I eat normally now.” – Lynn M.

“Within two weeks I wasn’t tired all the time and I keep on seeing improvements every time I see my practitioner.” – Katie S. 

As science evolves, what many of us have always felt and known to be true – like the link between emotional and physical health – may become more widely acknowledged.

How would it feel to be ahead of the curve?

To be able to support your body and mind through natural means…

To help your loved ones thrive into their advanced years…

… and to help your clients get extraordinary results.

Health coaching has become a cornerstone of the wellness world in the past 10 years, because coaches are the people who help clients follow through on recommendations.

Imagine combining health coaching with bioenergetics as a Bioenergetic Health Coach. 

Pairing the NES System with coaching and behavioral change has the potential to shift the wellness industry and have a huge impact on health outcomes around the world. 

If you feel called to play a role in the bioenergetic health revolution, we invite you to explore the Bioenergetic Health Coaching Program. 

>> Click here to learn about the program. 

Have you noticed the connection between emotional health and physical health? 

Are you curious about Bioenergetic Health Coaching? 

If so, we hope to see you inside the program. 

In good health,
Harry Massey
Founder, NES Health