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SGB injection fixes PTSD in 30 minutes

http://bit.ly/2PhVRHu A part of the sympathetic nervous system, called Stellate Ganglion (a collection of nerves in the neck) seems to control the activation of the…

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Ex-moderator of Facebook content claiming disturbing content led to PTSD

http://bit.ly/2PgnhgX He added that the job continued to negatively affect his daily life. “It took me a year after I left to realise how much…

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The notion that exercise is a viable treatment for PTSD gaining momentum

http://bit.ly/34rEquo The notion that physical activity and exercise are viable treatments for PTSD has been gaining momentum in the research community (20–25). The terms are…

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Anxious People Also Get Anxious From Relaxing

http://bit.ly/2pGZptz Researchers have known about relaxation-induced anxiety since at least 1983, when a paper found that, in people with chronic tension, around 31 percent who…

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17 Things to Curb Your Anxiety

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/anxiety-zen/201909/17-things-curb-your-anxiety-don-t-involve-therapy 2. Walk your dog for 30-minutes daily, or go for a hike. Movement is a wonderful metaphor for getting unstuck. Not only are you…

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Moving from manuhiri to become tangata whenua with our herd.

http://bit.ly/2UpTS5Vhttp://bit.ly/2UpTS5Vhttp://bit.ly/2UpTS5V Horse Sense works with the dynamics of the horse and human interaction, where we help create a sense of unity within. Connecting to our…

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Male Sexual Abuse and Assault – Christian Westergaard’s Story

https://1in6.org/get-information/bristlecone/christian-westergaard/ At the age of ten, Christian had a near catastrophic bicycle accident. He went flying off the bike, and landed with a lacerated face…

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Cannabis use may exacerbate the negative impact of acute stress

http://bit.ly/2yVaIzF New research suggests that cannabis users tend to be more likely to forget to remember to perform tasks when facing stressful conditions. The findings…

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Kiwi men are suffering, too – often in silence

Bulimia. It’s an illness usually linked with women but Kiwi men are suffering, too – often in silence. @radionz @ninetonoonhttps://t.co/yc14FArlhE — Luke Chivers (@lukechiversnz) August…

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Trauma is irreversible. How it shapes us is our choice. | Sasha Joseph Neulinger | TEDxBozeman

Sasha Joseph Neulinger speaks about his journey in life as a survivor of multi-generational sexual abuse. Sasha Joseph Neulinger is a native of Pennsylvania who…

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