What’s being done now for PTSD?
Here’s a list I’ve compiled of the treatment therapies being utilized now for PTSD. This information comes from the Department of Veteran Affairs, the National Center for PTSD, and the PTSD Forum, a website dedicated to getting help to those who suffer from PTSD through others experiences, and offers guidance and education. There are four Tier 1 treatments which are considered by the government to be the best at treating cases of PTSD
They are as follows:
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Again, I think it is important to refresh our memories on what PTSD is. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, according to the American Psychiatric Association, is an anxiety (emotional) disorder which arises from a particular incident evoking significant stress. This stress severely impacts and damages the ‘Fight-or-Flight’ response in a person who is experiencing the effects of trauma. When in danger, it is natural to feel afraid. The body makes many split-second changes to prepare to defend against or avoid the danger that is life-threatening. This ‘fight-or-flight’ response is a healthy reaction meant to protect the person from harm. In PTSD, this reaction is changed or damaged.
As I look back over the year of my greatest transformation, the key to my success in overcoming the paralyzing effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was my deepest desire to heal myself from the pain I was in. For many years, I had lived a life of quiet desperation, too many failures and mistakes in my life had convinced me I was not worthy of the good things in life, too many unforgivable acts done on my part had placed me in the unenviable position of watching all those around me finding their dreams coming true, while I had to serve out the punishment for committing violations against myself and others. I was my own critic, judge, and executioner.