Trauma is not something we can control. Trauma can stem from a variety of different events/news in our life. A shock in ones own system can lead to trauma, it can put us into a state of emotional paralysis. This will of course affect the overall well-being of the person involved. This can affect someone mentally as well as physically, those facing trauma might fall behind on their daily routine; depending on severity, trauma will leave a rather distinct impression. The triggers for trauma will vary depending on the individual and the event/news that has spawned said trauma. In some cases the trauma can be so severe that it can be defined as PTSD, otherwise known as post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is an anxiety disorder that is most notably felt from returning soldiers and survivors of certain attacks/events. As we’ve already stated, trauma and PTSD can affect anyone at anytime.
It is key to understand that facing fear in a certain dangerous situation is normal. Our fight or flight instincts will always kick in should these scenarios arise. In these moments we act without any thought, this is why the feeling of trauma can be arguably worse than the act itself. Many will replay these traumatic events over and over again in their own head, analysing it piece by piece like an endless cycle.
When does trauma become a mental health issue?
These events can be incredibly haunting which makes trauma a very important issue. We fear for our own mortality everyday, although we might not realise it at first, the act of trauma can bring this to the forefront of ones own mind and imagination. Some will find that trauma is only temporary, and that it will pass in due time. To others, trauma might remain within the backs of their minds for years, with everyday being a constant reminder to the events at play. If trauma persists then it might be time for outside intervention. There are a variety of different ways one can deal with trauma — for the most positive results we would suggest HMT, see below.
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A potential resolve to trauma
Those tired of having a dealing with trauma within their own lives might find that The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT) could be the answer they’ve been searching for. This theory allows one the ability to remove negative thoughts from the brain itself, thus allowing one the ability to control their own moods and feelings internally. Imagine what life could be like with a much needed confidence boost. You will live a much happier life due to HMT. This is a tried and tested method of self-evaluation that is perfect for those that happen to be suffering from episodes of deep trauma. The methods taught here can be applied in a variety of different settings that all work towards becoming a much more confident person.
Sessions for HMT allow one to counteract their woes rather quickly, and can even take place via Skype and FaceTime respectively. Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our
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Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our full list. Bodymindworkers.com