Over the last few years, several articles have been written about TRE in Norwegian media and some initial research has also been conducted on the use of TRE. On this page we give an overview of the articles we have found from Norway and one from Denmark with a brief summary of the experiences mentioned in the articles.
Fatigue, difficulty sleeping, spasticity, pain and even bladder problems are among the symptoms many of the participants have reported that have been reduced. Some have also experienced that they have regained some of the sense of feeling they have lost, and have been able to reduce symptom-suppressing medicine, says head of research at the Danish Sclerosis Association Lasse Skovgaard.
Mental Health 3/2014 had an article about TRE, and talked to the participants in a course led by chiropractor and instructor in TRE Katrine Lindenhoff-Bø.
It is a common experience among therapists who combine other methods with TRE, such as massage therapists and other body-oriented therapists, as well as conversation and cognitive therapists, that one gets more done and gets better effect from other methods after doing TRE.
On 14 April 2012, DN Magasinet had an article about TRE, where they followed a course in TRE and interviewed several of the participants. You can read about their experiences here.
In connection with the founder of TRE, David Bercelli being in Norway several times over a three-year period, and helping to start the Norwegian TRE community, several articles were also written about TRE. I present here in a series of blog articles some of these articles.