Many studies have shown that meditation can work to improve PTSD symptoms, helping practitioners to live with stress and recover from past traumas, building an enduring new mental outlook that looks to the future rather than the past.
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- The problem
PTSD comes as a result of a severely traumatic life event, which changes the way our brain perceives the world and interprets potential threats.
It can cause distressing flashbacks and recurring nightmares. Some people feel irritable and struggle to relax or sleep as they are stuck on hyper alert flight or fight mode. Others avoid any situations, or people, that might remind them of the event.
There may also be physical symptoms of PTSD anxiety, such as diarrhoea, palpitations or headaches.
It’s not uncommon for people to reach for booze or drugs to help blot out the pain, but unfortunately this only makes things worse.
- How it affects you
- How can Beeja help?
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