|Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the term for a severe and ongoing emotional reaction to an extreme
psychological trauma. The latter may involve someone's actual death or a threat to the patient's or someone
else's life, serious physical injury, or threat to physical and/or psychological integrity, to a degree that usual
psychological defenses are incapable of coping. from the Wikipedia article on PTSD
EFT For Veterans With PTSD
|PTSD symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, emotional detachment and/or numbing of feelings
(dissociation), insomnia, irritability, hypervigilance, excessive startle response, memory loss, difficulty in
maintaining concentration/focus, depression, anxiety, avoidance of reminders, and extreme distress when
exposed to those things that remind the person of the traumatic event ("triggers"). It is generally accepted
by the medical mainstream that PTSD cannot be cured.
This video shows EFT's effectiveness for the treatment of PTSD in veterans. It is approximately 19 minutes
in length and well worth your time.
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