Tag Archive: triggers

Feb 16 2017

The 8-Step Immobility Healing Exercise – How To Turn Immobility into a Door to Healing Past Trauma

If you find yourself frozen in immobility, what should you say – and what should you not say – to yourself? What can you do to help yourself get out of it? Today I Felt Paralyzed This morning I felt like I didn’t want to get up. It wasn’t voluntary. I didn’t decide I wouldn’t …

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Jan 20 2016

How PTSD Can Block Successful, Effective Outcomes in Life Part 2 – Activation of the Nervous System

PTSD sabotaged my efforts to get dental treatment for 8 years. This article goes a little bit into the story of my struggles finding a dentist and covers how experiencing activation of the nervous system was such an impediment to achieving my goal of having all my dental issues resolved. PTSD, The Dentist and Me …

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Jan 20 2016

How PTSD Can Block Successful, Effective Outcomes in Life – Overview of 10 Ways

PTSD can be Detrimental to Physical Health PTSD can contribute to the development of health problems. The muscular, chemical, nervous system and hormonal stresses caused by PTSD – the chronically hyped-up state due to the over-activation of the reptilian brain 24/7 – along with repressed rage and emotional pain, can cause stress. I would characterize …

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Jun 15 2015

Meditation and PTSD, A Self-Research Study PART 1 – Nine Potential Benefits of Meditation for PTSD

On February 28, 2014, I posted an article entitled Potential Psychological Dangers of Meditation – Especially Relevant for Those with PTSD in which I compiled a number of different potential psychological difficulties and challenges one may encounter when practicing meditation. I’ve always been a fan of meditation, and have meditated off and on with varied, …

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