PTSD

Stress is an important dragon to slay - or at least tame - in your life - Marilu Henner

PTSD

image by: PTSD Break The Silence
     

HWN Recommends

Three Ways Trauma Affects Your Brain

We know that trauma affects the brain. Science has proven that. Yet, have you ever had someone say to you any of these things:

  • “PTSD isn’t real; it’s all in your head”
  • “Just get over it already!”
  • “Only veterans get PTSD”...

The science of PTSD, which we know now more than ever, should be shared with every trauma and PTSD survivor...

Fact #1:   During trauma your amygdala (an almond-shaped mass located deep in your inner your brain) is responsible for emotions and actions motivated by survival needs. In threatening situations it:

  • increases your arousal and autonomic responses associated with fear
  • activates…

read full article

Resources

Related Articles

Psychedelics Can Take You on a Healing Trip

Psychedelics Can Take You on a Healing Trip

Although it’s not news to a lot of us, even the purveyors of the ruinous failure known as the “War on Drugs” may be finally opening their eyes to the salubrious qualities of even the most prohibited of controlled substances.

Psychedelics Can Take You on a Healing Trip

Psychedelics Can Take You on a Healing Trip

Although it’s not news to a lot of us, even the purveyors of the ruinous failure known as the “War on Drugs” may be finally opening their eyes to the salubrious qualities of even the most prohibited of controlled substances.

Psychedelics Can Take You on a Healing Trip

Psychedelics Can Take You on a Healing Trip

Although it’s not news to a lot of us, even the purveyors of the ruinous failure known as the “War on Drugs” may be finally opening their eyes to the salubrious qualities of even the most prohibited of controlled substances.

Stay Connected

©2019 | HealthWorldNet, Inc. | 108268

Last Updated : Sunday, November 10, 2019