Category Archive: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Blog posts on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Mar 05 2015

What Do I Do If I Have Been Raped? (Part 3 of 3)

  What Do I Do If I Have Been Raped? – Vol.300, March 5, 2015 Unfortunately one in four women will be raped during their lifetimes. Male victims make up 10% of all rapes so it is a fairly common problem in our society, sadly. Unfortunately, I too have been victimized in this way going …

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Nov 20 2014

Could Food Addiction be Caused by PTSD?

Could Food Addiction be Caused by PTSD? – Vol. 286, November 20, 2014  A new study published in the Journal, Jama Psychiatry, September 17, 2014, reports that 49,000 female nurses between the age of 25 and 42 were included in research on the link between food addiction and PTSD. Signs of food addiction were seen in 18% …

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Jul 17 2014

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s PTSD: Fully Recovered from 5 Years of Taliban Captivity, Really?

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Fully Recovered from 5 Years of Taliban Captivity, Really? – Vol. 267, July 17, 2014 Men go to fight for their country for many different reasons. Sometimes they go to get away from terrible circumstances at home, others to get a free education and still others because they …

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Aug 15 2013

PTSD for soldiers:How to cure depression naturally without turning to the drugs being promoted as cures for PTSD – Vol. 114, August 18, 2011

It seems that the United States government is the largest drug pusher that there is looking for the easiest way to take care of emotional issues by pushing drugs instead of dealing with the cause of the problem. In the MSNBC report of August 2, 2011, it was reported that a 6 month, randomized control …

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Apr 27 2013

Were You At The Boston Marathon When the Bombs Went Off? Learn the Symptoms of PTSD and What to do About Them

Vol. 198, April 27, 2013 For many it felt like a war zone with the blast occurring at the finish line. People hustled to take care of the injured as best they could after this horrific event. We know that those who are involved in life threatening events beyond anyone’s control might suffer post traumatic …

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Apr 20 2013

Boston Marathon Bombings: How To Best Deal With This Tragedy For You and Your Kids

Boston Marathon Bombings: How To Best Deal With This Tragedy For You and Your Kids – Vol.197, April 20, 2013 The Boston Marathon being a long and treasured event in our country’s history, it is doubly sad and angering when it is used to create harm. However, what I would like to focus on in …

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Nov 23 2012

Blow Out Your War Traumas Now!

Suzanne talks about her experience with war veterans, and urges her readers to consider mentioning hypnosis as a treatment for war-related mental trauma.

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