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Are you looking to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland, and Gateshead for help to treat PTSD symptoms? Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy in North Shields can help you. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist. Talk to hypnotherapist Ian Smith today!
When a person is in a very dangerous life-threatening situation, it is perfectly normal for them to feel fearful and scared. This is because fear is the body’s natural response to protect itself. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a psychological illness that alters the way a person’s body and mind respond to danger.
A person who experiences post-traumatic stress disorder is prone to high levels of stress, depression, and anxiety even when they are not really in any sort of danger in everyday life. If you need help with treating PTSD, consider using hypnosis at Quays Clinic.
PTSD is a mental health condition that takes place after a person has experienced a terrifying and very traumatic situation. Typically this is a situation that will have caused the individual to endure physical or mental pain/harm. Many war veterans suffer from PTSD and find it very difficult to adjust to civilian life when the conflict is over.
Every time they come into a situation that reminds them of the past traumatic events the “fight or flight” response kicks in and they struggle to deal with the situation. In fact, you do not have to be a war veteran to suffer from post traumatic stress disorder. Incidents including, rape, being mugged, kidnapped, tortured, or being held captive are other examples that could lead to PTSD.
Doctors are still trying to discover more about post-traumatic stress disorder. There is no concrete evidence at this time to believe that there is a link between a person’s 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 likely to suffer this condition.
Age and gender have nothing to do with who can suffer from this kind of anxiety. The truth is that absolutely anyone regardless of their personal details can develop PTSD. If you have ever been in a traumatic situation and have discovered any of the symptoms seek immediate medical advice or assistance.
A person who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD does not necessarily have to encounter or experience a dangerous situation. Simply being a witness to someone else suffering a dramatizing event can develop the condition as a sympathetic reaction.
An example of this would be when a friend or family member goes through a traumatic experience. A family member or friend suddenly passing away can also cause an individual to develop post-traumatic stress.
There are many ways to treat PTSD. By far one of the best ways to overcome the symptoms of PTSD is to use hypnotherapy. Hypnosis in Newcastle upon Tyne addresses the underlying issues that cause the symptoms of post-traumatic stress.
If you are looking to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, Sunderland, or County Durham for help with PTSD contact clinical hypnotherapist Ian Smith at Quays Clinic who will be able to help you.