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Brain Forest can help superheroes of all ages with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD

Post-traumatic stress can be a serious burden: It can take a toll on relationships and parenting, lead to family conflict and interfere with jobs. A national study of patients with traumatic injuries found that those who developed post-traumatic stress were less likely to have returned to work a year after their injuries. If you or a loved one suffers from PTSD, Brain Forest can help.

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Causes of PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a mental health disorder that is triggered by experiencing a terrifying event.

The causes of PTSD are associated with a traumatic event, whether this involves directly experiencing something that you find traumatizing, witnessing a traumatic event happening to others, learning of a traumatic event occurring in the life of someone close (e.g. violent or accidental death of a family member), or experiencing repeated or extreme exposure to details of traumatic events (e.g. first responders at crime scenes).

PTSD Symptoms
  • Recurrent and distressing memories of trauma
  • Recurrent and distressing dreams of trauma
  • Flashbacks
  • Psychological or physical distress related to trauma
  • Persistent avoidance of traumatic memories
  • Negative changes in mood or cognition
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Inability to remember aspects of trauma
  • Detachment toward people
  • 
Negative moods or anger
  • Hypervigilance or heightened startle response
  • Loss of sleep
  • Inability to concentrate
How does neurofeedback help?
Neurofeedback therapy works at a deep subconscious level, breaking the cycle of trauma and post-traumatic symptoms. By identifying and training the areas of concern, we precision tailor your sessions to help you shift out of these patterns and back into a natural, neutral and comfortable state.
Neurofeedback gives the brain the tools to move past traumatic events – without having to talk about them, explore them, or relive them.

Neurofeedback works by correcting brainwave dysregulation caused by the trauma. Patients with PTSD often benefit from a form of neurofeedback that uses the patient’s brainwaves to place them in a deep meditative state.

Ben J.

“My PTSD was starting to affect my everyday life. Thanks to Brain Forest, I am now able to sleep through the night without waking! I wake up feeling well rested and I am able to focus on getting my life back.”

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