Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is a very effective way to change your “mind behind the mind” that is, your unconscious mind.
There are three general uses for the term PTSD.
Firstly, it refers to a condition in which the person has undergone a traumatic event or series of events, such as war, assault or abuse, and is reliving aspects of this trauma. Memories (conscious or unconscious) of these events can result in unpredictable flashbacks of the trauma, which can cause feelings of helplessness, panic, intense fear or horror. The condition is usually accompanied by high levels of stress associated with the unpredictable nature of the memories or flashbacks.
Secondly, PTSD can be used to describe the effects (usually memories and ongoing feelings) resulting from a single trauma or multiple traumas. These memories or feelings tend to be triggered by identifiable factors within a general state of unease.
Thirdly, PTSD is sometimes attributed to people who have been persistently overstressed by exposure to news media. Regular exposure to other people’s trauma in the media can lead some people to develop an ongoing mental anticipation of threat and violence. This can produce physical and mental distress and even lead to disease.
Managing PTSD with Hypnosis
Hypnosis can be a powerful tool to help you manage PTSD and address the underlying traumas that cause the condition. Through hypnosis, the brain patterns that cause PTSD can be altered.
An important part of the process is working on self-identity. Some people make trauma a key part of who they are. The traumas they have suffered become an integral part of their self-identity making it difficult to properly deal with and let go of the traumas.
Hypnosis is a power tool for helping PTSD suffers deal with their past traumas and come out stronger and healthier on the other side.
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