PTSD


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PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) often occurs after a stressful or traumatic event leaving a wake of symptoms in its path. From anxiety and depression to fear, guilt and shame, the emotional toll impacts daily lives, careers and relationships. As a result, most people who suffer from PTSD are looking for an effective way to treat their symptoms so they can get back to living a normal life. Unfortunately, many sufferers experience only limited benefit after trying various therapies and medication. PTSD is a disorder based in the brain. With PTSD, a severe stress response is triggered, the challenge is to teach the brain to turn off the stress response.

Overcome PTSD Naturally With Neurofeedback.


Neurofeedback trains the brain to produce a calm state, as well as regulate the stress response.

The PTSD Effect

Research shows that the traumatic stress experienced by those suffering from PTSD has a lasting change on the brain. It affects the amygdala involved in emotional memory, the hippocampus responsible for long-term memory, and prefrontal cortex which modulates emotion. Each of these centers change, negatively impacting brainwave function. Current treatment options include talk therapy and medication but each has their limitations. Talk therapy can take a very long time to resolve the trauma as many suffer aren’t always aware of the trauma. The medication comes with many side effects and is unable to restore healthy brainwave function.

Why BrainCore Neurofeedback Helps PTSD?

The specific areas of the brain affected by PTSD can also be targeted and retrained to produce healthier patterns. This retraining creates a relaxation in the brain and teaches it new ways to handle the stress. As brainwaves are rebalanced and improved, function improves, leading to better mood, sleep, cognitive function and adaptability indaily life. Over time with neurofeedback, as the areas of the brain improve, it has been possible to significantly reduce medications as a person with PTSD begins to maintain a calm state on his or her own.