Risks Profile

This program will reveal specific issues that are categorized for your client.  Retraining can be performed here.  However, before considering the individual test results, it is preferable to build a foundation or framework of the basic issues and priorities. This panel will be able to guide your investigation of the individual reactions. 

From the Main Matrix screen:

Click Program (top menu bar)

Click Risks Profile (drop-down list)

Double Click the item with the highest reactance in the left column and it will be added to the top hold tray.

Do the same for the next 4 highest reactants (thus adding a maximum of 5 categories to the tray).

Click Treat Areas Above to initiate a Training Protocol for these specific Risk factors.

Pay particular attention to where your client is responding on the Selye Bar, as this will determine how they are reacting to their stressors.

  • Ideally, the client would be in the “Alarm” phase, meaning that they are responding to stress with strong reactivity. 
  • The “Adaption” phase suggests that the client may be getting used to the stress and is not responding with strength today, or possibly symptoms are not appearing. 
  • The “Exhaustion” phase can suggest fatigue, or that the client may be depleted and no longer able to respond to stress. 

Adaption and Exhaustion phases are the basis of a chronic stress pattern. These phases can be free of medically diagnosable symptoms, as the body has no energy left to respond. A good example is a chronic fatigue.