• Using technology to tackle the underlying causes of stress

      Our wearable technology targets the environmental or epigenetic stress factors which can impair our functioning and cause stress. These stress factors are all around us, but can also result from toxicity or emotional trauma and are often inherited. Gorilla Tags emit balancing frequency patterns which can help your body combat the effects of stress factors, leaving you free to achieve your full potential.

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    • If our senses don‘t work together, our brains have to work harder

      Our senses are not just the individual receptors for sound, sight, smell, taste and touch – they play a much more complex role in terms of how we develop according to our individual genetic profile. They control how we perform day to day tasks, as well as our cognitive functioning, learning, and emotional and physical well-being. Anything that interferes with this can cause problems such as mental exhaustion, depression, food intolerances and eating disorders.

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    • Using technology to tackle the underlying causes of stress

      Our wearable technology targets the environmental or epigenetic stress factors which can impair our functioning and cause stress. These stress factors are all around us, but can also result from toxicity or emotional trauma and are often inherited. Gorilla Tags emit balancing frequency patterns which can help your body combat the effects of stress factors, leaving you free to achieve your full potential.

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    • If our senses dont work together, our brains have to work harder

      Our senses are not just the individual receptors for sound, sight, smell, taste and touch – they play a much more complex role in terms of how we develop according to our individual genetic profile. They control how we perform day to day tasks, as well as our cognitive functioning, learning, and emotional and physical well-being. Anything that interferes with this can cause problems such as mental exhaustion, depression, food intolerances and eating disorders.

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      • Our senses control everything we do
      • Stress affects our physical and mental health
      • Our senses control our learning too
      • Gorilla Tag programmes
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        We offer programmes designed both to enhance function and correct dysfunctions in several different arenas. Our programmes for academic, sport and music performance aim to support people who have set themselves particular challenges. The stress-buster programme is a general purpose programme aimed at stress factors of all kinds. The sensory integration programme is for people who have clear learning or behavioural issues and the Orchid programme is designed to help with the gifts and challenges characteristic of a genetic Orchid profile.

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      • Our senses control everything we do

        Whether we are thinking, listening, talking, watching, moving, playing or eating, everything is controlled by sensory interactions. They make us who we are. If our senses do not develop or learn to interact with each other as they should it can stop us becoming the people we should be. If stress factors strike later in life we can lose function or stop moving forward.
      • Stress affects our physical and mental health

        The stress which results from our senses not working effectively can cause a host of physical symptoms, including food sensitivities, environmental allergies such as asthma, skin conditions, weight problems, movement dysfunctions and aches and pains. People often become anxious, depressed, under-confident or obsessive and can develop behaviour problems, social difficulties or addictions. Children can also be a target for bullies.
      • Our senses control our learning too

        Sensory integration underpins learning and development and labels such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, autistic spectrum disorder and ADHD are all different manifestations of developmental disorders. Underachievement and failure to fulfil early promise can also generally be tracked back to sensory issues. Those who are gifted in sport, music or academic pursuits generally benefit from exceptionally good sensory integration in the areas in which they excel, although most people are challenged in some aspects of their functioning.
      • Gorilla Tag programmes

        Our programmes have been developed over twenty five years, working with large numbers of people with a wide range of difficulties using many different intervention programmes and assessment techniques. Our comprehensive assessment and review systems have enabled us to progressively refine our products to deliver programmes that are effective, affordable, accessible and ground-breaking in this new era of wearable technology.

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