PTSD treaments have changed rapidly over the last two years. No longer are the victim’s of PTSD gravely shackled by the outdated modes of treatment from the early 1900’s. In today’s society and technology, everything has begun to move rapidly and that includes the technology of treatment of moods disorders. Maybe you haven’t heard of what is new because you are now only beginning to look for answers. When you find what is now available, compared to what was available in the past, you will be very surprised.
If you are ready to learn a series of simple mental exercises that are guaranteed to help you deal with any traumatic life experience, we can send out the old and usher in the new. It is no longer necessary to spend thousands of dollars on long time table therapy techniques that have been outdated by new discoveries in how the mind works against you and how to get it to work FOR you.
Out With The Old:
1- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CB)-Requires a mental focus on the problem of PTSD and the anxiety that always accompanies it. Well, we now know that the neither of these happening are consciously performed. You do not wish yourself to be anxious, right? NO, it happens subconsciously, and therein lies the problem with this type of therapy. By the time you have had time to think about the anxiety as it happens, it has already happened. What you are really looking for is a way for it to never happen again, and that is only possible by changing the way the subconscious mind perceives the past and behaves when the past comes back into your mind.
In With The New:
2- Since we now know that PTSD and anxiety are subconsciously driven, MENTAL PERCEPTION, of what is going on, we know that if we change that perception we automatically change the manner in which the mind reacts to a certain stimuli. So, the answer is as simple as identifying what stimuli causes the LEARNED perception then change (relearn) the response (the mind’s reaction). And, over a very short time, your mind will begin to respond to the same stimuli with less intensity until you reach the point where you will no longer remember why you were anxious in a particular situation in the first place.
Source by Roger I. Rowe