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Are you trying to find hypnotherapy in Tyne and Wear for help with PTSD? Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy in North Shields can help you. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist. Get some help today.
When an individual is in a dangerous situation, it is perfectly normal for them to feel scared and frightened which can cause PTSD. If you suffer from post-traumatic stress consider using hypnotherapy in Tyne and Wear for PTSD.
PTSD is a psychological illness that alters the way a person’s body and mind respond to danger. Typically, an individual who experiences post-traumatic stress is prone to high levels of depression and anxiety even when they are not really in any sort of danger.
This is a mental health condition that occurs after a person has experienced a terrifying and traumatic situation. Typically this is a situation that will have caused the individual to endure mental or physical pain/harm. While it was war veterans that brought this condition into the spotlight they are not the only individuals who suffer from PTSD.
In fact, incidents including rape, mugging, being tortured, being kidnapped or being held captive are other examples of situations that could lead to PTSD.
Doctors are still trying to learn more about post-traumatic stress disorder and what causes it to occur. While there is no concrete evidence at this time some doctors believe that there is a link between genes and PTSD. Doctors also believe several inefficiencies play a role in the development of this mental condition. For example, research shows that individuals who lack a protein called Stathmin or a chemical in the brain called GRP are more prone to developing this condition.
There is no age, gender, or race requirement when it comes to who can develop this condition or who cannot. If you have ever been in a traumatic or intense situation and are feeling more stressed than usual, it may be a good idea to seek medical advice or assistance. Any individual who suffers from PTSD does not necessarily have to encounter or experience a dangerous situation.
Some people develop the condition as a sympathetic natural reaction when a friend or family members goes through a traumatic experience.
The main treatment options for individuals with this condition include psychotherapy, hypnotherapy in Tyne and Wear, medication, or a combination of the three. The most important thing to keep in mind is that everyone is different and what treatment may have worked well for someone else may not work at all for you.
For a lot of obvious reasons, anyone with this condition must seek the assistance of a medical expert. Ideally, they should also be seeking the help of a medical provider who has experience dealing with patients who have the condition.
You don’t need to be an ex-soldier to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Many nurses, paramedics, and police officers are very likely to suffer the symptoms of anxiety at one time or another in their career after witnessing very traumatic incidents.
Most people can overcome the trauma naturally whilst others without realizing it start to go rapidly downhill. Hypnotherapy for treating PTSD is a very efficient way to overcome the trauma of post-traumatic stress.
If you are looking to find hypnotherapy in Tyne and Wear, Gateshead, or County Durham, contact Quays Clinic. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist who has many years of professional experience in dealing with post-traumatic stress.