Contrary to popular belief, it has been proven that trauma does not have to be dangerous, permanent, or even hard to get rid of – if you get the right help. Let me tell you how.
790 million people have Trauma
Traumatic events and loss from violence, loss, accidents, and war affect at least 790 million people. And at least 290 million have suffered from PTSD in just one year, shows a study of 21 countries (of 195) by the World Health Organization, WHO.
Luckily, there are several good methods of support which can include psychological first aid, stress management and strengthening positive coping methods, but which ones are most effective? Which ones are easiest to apply?
How do you know if it’s PTSD
After people experience a very stressful event, a trauma, they may feel that they should be able to move on and “just handle it” or “get over it.” But some experiences are so traumatic that people have serious problems coping and functioning in their daily lives afterward. They develop PostTraumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.
Some of the symptoms are:
Intrusion—memories of the trauma or “flashbacks” that occur unexpectedly; these may include nightmares or physical reactions such as a racing heart
Avoidance—avoiding people, places, thoughts, or activities that bring back memories of the trauma; this may involve feeling numb or emotionless, withdrawing from family and friends, or “self-medicating” by abusing alcohol or other drugs
Hyperarousal—feeling “on guard” or irritable, having sleep problems, having difficulty concentrating, feeling overly alert and being easily startled, having sudden outbursts of anger
Talking can make it worse
Words can seldom fully capture the experiences of trauma clients because during trauma recall the area of the brain responsible for speech tends to shut down.
This limitation can compromise the ability to describe the traumatic emotions and experiences, as well as cause retraumatization (van der Kolk, 2014; Werbalowsky, 2019).
This explains why talk therapy doesn’t always offer meaningful help.
So what is the solution?
Natural and Somatic is the way
Somatic therapy is a form of body-centered therapy that looks at the connection of mind and body and uses both psychotherapy and physical therapies for holistic healing.
In addition to talk therapy, somatic therapy practitioners use mind-body exercises and other physical techniques to help release the pent-up tension that negatively affects a patient’s physical and emotional wellbeing.
The all-in-one solution
In many ways Emotional Freedom Technique, EFT-tapping, is the ultimate somatic therapy.
In fact, for rather complicated and difficult problems such as PTSD, studies show that between 4-10 EFT sessions is enough for an effective treatment.
When you look closer, it turns out that EFT-tapping is actually not one method but several. It has a holistic approach and addresses the many aspect of what causes troubling feelings or negative behaviors. It is a neatly packaged power house of a solution.
There are 5 methods included to get unusually efficient results:
SOMATICS – Body treatment for improved psyche
NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming
ACT – Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Use it for more than trauma
The somatic therapy EFT-tapping can help patients who suffer from a range of ailments, including:
- Trauma and post-trauma
- Sexual function
Somatic therapy is also used in the treatment of some physical conditions, including:
- Chronic pain
- Digestive disorders
- Sexual dysfunction
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