Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Healing the Wounds

The goal of our treatments for people with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), is not to create amnesia, although many people would prefer never remembering their traumas. The goal is to break the pathological attachment to living a life that is skewed and altered by the new software that was set in motion by the trauma.

In PTSD your perceptions of life are preventing you from living in the moment you are in without your perceptions in that moment being interpreted by the

Often the mind of a person with PTSD works much like a jukebox. With the right stimulus/trigger, a button in the mind is pushed and out flops a record playing your sad song.

Candice Pert wrote and book called Molecules of Emotions and reported research that showed that every emotion causes the hypothalamus to secrete neuro peptides unique to the type of emotion your are experiencing. We become addicted to the type of emotional neuropeptides produced by our dominant emotions...which makes PTSD so difficult to break.

A person will literally go into withdrawal from their negative neuropeptides when they get into a very positive environment. Their hypothalamus will secrete neuropeptides unique to positive emotions and the person will almost certainly start creating drama and negativity around them in order to get their "fix" of the negative neuropeptides they are addicted to having.

Treatments must address the malware (Negative software programming from the traumas) on all levels of the body, mind, and spirit.

This is why at the Hansa Center we are not just addressing PTSD as a chemical imbalance, but have developed new treatment innovations, such as NeuroCardial Synchronization and NeuroPhotonic Therapy, to reach deep into the person where these stored memories live.

Listen to a radio program Dr. Jernigan gave discussing PTSD:

If you have done everything you and your doctor know to do and are still struggling call our wonderful Patient Care Coordinator, Kara to discuss the exciting new treatments we have developed at the Hansa Center for Optimum Health. Visit our website, or call Kara at 316-686-5900 ext 1.

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