Relief From PTSD
Find Out More About The Best PTSD Relief Options For You
Your PTSD Consumes Your Life
According to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, about six out of a total of 100 people will suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) during their life. As a form of anxiety, PTSD is often common in people who have experienced physically, emotionally, and chemically traumatic events. Examples of physical trauma include physical abuse, motor vehicle accidents, or any other accident where trauma to the brain or the rest of the body was physically harmed.
Emotional trauma could be a one-time event or have been sustained during a difficult emotional situation that overwhelms the brain over time. Chemical stressors can involve short or long-term chemical and/or biological stressors that affect the brain’s healthy function. When our brain is exposed to these stressors it will do its best to adapt. At some point, our central nervous system becomes less resilient and becomes frozen in a fight-or-flight response. Sympathetic Freeze symptoms may consist of feelings of overwhelmedness, racing heart, brain fog, poor executive function, anxiety, depression, and shutting down.
People who suffer from PTSD may not be aware that they have it initially. However, if not assessed, symptoms can worsen and eventually become life-altering and interfere with day-to-day functioning. If you or a loved one feels consumed by PTSD, the best course of action would be to seek a professional for further analysis.
Can I Experience Relief From PTSD?
Everyone experiences stress and trauma differently. No one person has the same experience. Everyone has different levels of resilience and ability to adapt to trauma and stress. Therefore, one's regimen to manage PTSD can differ greatly from someone else. That's why it's always a good idea to seek advice from a professional to learn more about yourself and the various relief options.
Based on someone's medical history, current or previous medications, family background, or occupation, a professional will be able to customize a plan that could help reduce symptoms and control them. That way, the patient can attempt to live comfortably and improve their quality of life.
Just because you have experienced trauma, and you feel like you’re broken doesn’t mean you are. With the proper holistic PTSD analysis and relief program you just may experience peace and happiness again.
Our Clinic Can Help Discover Your PTSD Triggers & Provide a Rest and Recovery Program
Using our signature Discover, Rest and Recover Programs, Pathway to Wellness in Fort Mill/Charlotte, South Carolina has an experienced staff that will thoroughly evaluate and discover your PTSD triggers, test for imbalances, and provide a PTSD relief program that is fast and effective.
The signature program can include specific lab testing to discover imbalances and deficiencies, MicroCurrent Neurofeedback, chiropractic, specific nutrition, and supplementation recommendations base on your unique lab results all which can help your brain rest and recover quickly.
We've dealt with many PTSD patients who have sought us for relief options, and many of them reported feeling more relieved once they learned how to take back control.
Find Purpose In Your New Life
PTSD can be a difficult form of anxiety to cope with, and eventually its severity can become unbearable for both the patient and their loved ones. Patients who suffer from PTSD often express feelings of fear, irritability, depression, guilt, develop eating disorders, and in extreme cases, have suicidal thoughts.
However, those who seek advice from our professional staff in Fort Mill can learn more about the remedies that best work for them. Then, they'll take the first step into their journey towards healing.
If you or a loved one suffer from PTSD and are interested in learning more about the PTSD relief options that work best for you, schedule and appointment with our clinic today.
What Patients Say:
Pathway to Wellness has been life changing for my health and well-being. They are different than others by assessing, testing and treating the whole self. After only a month and a half I have seen a great improvement in my overall health. I have an increased amount of energy and am beginning to do activities that I have not been able to do in a long time. I appreciate the time and effort with helping treat my underlying issues. They are highly skilled and knowledgeable and care a great deal about their patients. I am very grateful for the effort they have put in to help me improve my quality of life and my family is as well.
- Melissa Snodgrass