Post Traumatic Stress

Post traumatic stress can occur when a person experiences a life-threatening or terrifying event such as war, a violent assault, natural disaster or a medical procedure (especially for children) that is out of the ordinary range of experiences. Symptoms can last for years and generally do not go away on their own.

As the person relives the traumatic event, he or she may react physically and emotionally:

  • Experiencing flashbacks/nightmares that cause heart palpitations, rapid breathing, nausea or sweating
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Headaches, other aches and pains
  • Emotional detachment or alienation
  • Avoiding anything or anyone that reminds him/her of the trauma
  • Easily startled or angered
  • Mistrustful
  • Suicidal
  • Guilty, ashamed

Results with Connectivity Neurofeedback

Brain training has been shown to dramatically reduce anxiety and depression and has even enabled people living with PTSD for many years to become symptom-free. Connectivity Neurofeedback training at The Neuroconnection has helped such individuals to:

  • Stabilize mood
  • Improve confidence and self-esteem
  • Release trauma
  • Reduce/eliminate the use of medication
  • Eliminate flashback

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