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(C)PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a collection of symptoms a person experiences and displays after a traumatic experience or event. 

The symptoms a person experiences are a response to a psychological trigger. 

Our mind is very good at protecting us from traumatic memories, which can result in a person having little or no context. This can cause a person to be triggered without full awareness of what the trigger is, especially if the trauma is from early childhood.

Hypnotherapy can help to alleviate or eradicate the following symptoms:

  • repeated upsetting memories and nightmares

  • feeling detached; emotionally numb; feeling like you do not care about anything

  • feeling irritable; nervous; unsafe or hyper-vigilant and easily startled

  • experiencing guilt, including survivor guilt; not being able to recall important parts of an event; loss of interest in activities or other people

Additional possible symptoms of PTSD include: Anxiety, depression, agitation, excitability, dizziness, fainting, racing heart, high blood pressure and headaches.

Hypnotherapy tackles (C)PTSD on a subconscious level.

To find out more about how hypnotherapy and the PTSD growth programme can help you heal from past trauma, please book a free consultation.

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