Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder, more commonly referred to as PTSD, is a serious mental health condition. It is often triggered by a traumatic event that was either seen or experienced first hand. People who have this disorder are often haunted by the terrifying event. They often report feeling as if they were experiencing the trauma, even when they are in a safe place. Many people who go through a traumatic event will need some time to adjust. People with post-traumatic stress disorder can develop symptoms that last for months or even years. Over time daily functions can start to decline if treatment is not found.
PTSD symptoms can start as early as a month after the traumatic event, but can sometimes take years to develop. These symptoms could cause problems with work, relationships, and social interactions if gone without proper treatment. Clients with PTSD often report these symptoms: Distressing Memories, Recurrent Nightmares, Flashbacks of the Event, Emotional Distress, Physical Reactions from the Event, Negative Changes in Mood, Insomnia, Overwhelming Guilt, and sometimes Self-destructive Behavior.
Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) is a condition that results from chronic or long-term exposure to emotional trauma over which a victim has little or no control and from which there is little or no hope of escape, such as in cases of: domestic emotional, physical or sexual abuse; childhood emotional, physical or sexual abuse.
Ketamine has been found to relieve the symptoms of PTSD in some cases within hours, rather than the usual weeks some medications can take. While each clients’ conditions are different, more than 70% of clients find relief through Ketamine. We invite you to give us a call today or request a free consultation to learn more about this exciting new treatment
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