Why PTSD is a Mind-Body Condition

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Chronic, low-level inflammation may be a biomarker for PTSD.

 

People with PTSD are more likely to suffer from diseases involving systemic inflammation (e.g., cardiovascular disease or diabetes) or to have autoimmune disorders such as asthma. For this reason, experts have argued that PTSD may be a mind-body condition involving chronic, low-level systemic inflammation.

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http://https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-mindful-self-express/202012/why-ptsd-is-mind-body-condition?fbclid=IwAR1Ql9T1FTc1t9ZK9QSLRF28jp-r6ns9ZJ42MVI5ASvxjBqaGMBcGXtbTZQ

A more traditional form of hypnosis!

 

 

Tai Chi Chuan

 

All hypnosis is self hypnosis but this is one of my favourite forms of personal practice. With a regular daily routine it is possible to increase sensitivity to not just your own energy (Chi) but the energy of others and that of the world around us. This subtle awareness can then be used as the basis of Chi Kung healing (Qi Gong), as is more commonly known with many other aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine (like acupuncture) but without the need of a physician utilising herbal remedies, Chinese cups, Tui Na massage, or needles…