Revolutionary New “Drug Free” Treatment For PTSD That Works Where Other Methods Have Failed! NEUROFEEDBACK.Monday, April 4th, 2011
This article may help you discover the greatest hope for people suffering from PTSD that you have ever read. Today there are literally hundreds of thousands of returning veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from their combat experiences. There are also hundreds of thousands of average Americans suffering from some traumatic experience in their lives resulting in PTSD.
Today people suffering from this terrific illness have new hope with the “drug free” therapy of NEUROFEEDBACK. Unfortunately, only a very few Veterans’ hospitals utilize this treatment for returning veterans. The main therapy used today in the military is cognitive therapy (talk therapy) and drugs. THIS NEEDS TO CHANGE! Further down in this article you will see 37 YEARS TO RECOVERY FOR A VIETNAM VETERAN! that will really open your eyes to the new hope these revolutionary treatments offer.
In my opinion if a pharmaceutical drug had proven the same benefits that neurofeedback has demonstrated it would be a front-page story all over the world. Why neurofeedback is not accepted now as standard treatment for a slew of illnesses still amazes me and shows the power of the drug companies. Once the health insurance companies realize the benefits and start paying for these life-changing treatments PTSD sufferers will experience a rapid change in their lives. Neurofeedback is definitely NOT a quick fix, but offers some of the greatest hope to our returning heroes who have put their lives on the line to protect our freedom.
Many of our returning veterans also suffer from TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and in some cases severe depression. If any of you have read my previous articles you will realize that neurofeedback in many instances CAN help reverse those maladies as well.
After researching this subject for several months I am totally convinced that neurofeedback WILL give many people suffering from PTSD their lives back. PTSD not only affects the returning veteran but also has a dramatic effect on the lives of those that love them such as their wives, children and parents. Often our veterans turn to alcohol to help them cope. With proper neurofeedback treatments, alcoholism too can be healed.
There are several neurofeedback companies and practitioners that have a proven tract record in PTSD treatment. Please view their websites to inform yourself of just how effective these treatments have resolved PTSD problems. (more…)