PTSD Breakthrough Injection

Anyone that suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will tell you just how difficult it can be to live with. PTSD can interfere with just about every aspect of life and take away all the joy that the individual felt prior to the event. PTSD is an incredibly serious anxiety disorder that affects people of all ages and backgrounds around the world, but treatment is possible and many people have gone on to live a happy, fulfilling and anxiety-free life. We can help you live an anxiety-free life with a single PTSD breakthrough injection, which can help to relieve the main symptoms of PTSD immediately and help you gain control over your emotions.

PTSD is usually associated with war veterans, but veterans are not the only people affected. PTSD can develop after experiencing or witnessing any kind of traumatic event. Sometimes this is an experi-ence like an assault, a car accident, or sexual assault. Ptsd can also develop after experiencing the death of a loved one, being diag-nosed with a life-threatening condition or learning of the trauma of a loved one (secondary trauma). Often the symptoms begin to develop immediately, but sometimes it can take months and even years for PTSD to develop. Typically, if the symptoms that you experience do not subside after a month then you may be diagnosed with PTSD by your healthcare provider.

What causes PTSD?

So, what causes PTSD? Those that have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event that leads to PTSD generally have an overactive sympathetic nervous system. Their brains continue to release stress hormones related to the fight or flight response, even when there is no danger. This means that the individual often feels constantly anxious, on edge and is unable to switch it off. Additionally, many people have flashbacks and nightmares which can lead to difficulty sleeping and various other health issues. This can all impact differ-ent areas of your life and make it difficult to cope.

PTSD Treatment

The good news is that PTSD can be treated. Recent research trials have uncovered a new fast-acting treatment method that has been found to eliminate the debilitating symptoms of PTSD.
A Breakthrough PTSD Injection Treatment

There is one breakthrough treatment that many people are now turn-ing to which can be highly effective at helping people to manage the symptoms. This is a stellate ganglion block (SGB) injection. The SGB has been around since the 1920s and was originally used to treat chronic pain, but in recent times has been used to alleviate the symptoms of PTSD. The stellate ganglion is a collection of nerves found in the neck which act as the fight or flight transmitter. Our PTSD breakthrough injection works by delivering a mixture of local anesthetic to the stellate ganglion which dulls the area and resets the nervous system.

Fast-Acting Results

What is so fantastic about the SGB procedure is the fact that the injection takes less than 30 minutes to perform and the results are practically instant! You can walk out feeling much less stress and anxiety and you should find that sleep is much easier. Although results can last for a few months to a few years, it is important to note that the SGB injection should not be considered a cure for PTSD. It is a highly effective way to diminish the serious symptoms of the disorder but it is recommended by our doctors to use this in combination with other therapies, such as CBT, to fully put the trauma in the past and work towards leading a happier life.

Bringing Joy Back Into Your Life

PTSD symptoms can be so difficult to live with and can interfere with personal relationships, careers, and physical health. The fact that the SGB can provide immediate relief makes it an incredibly valuable form of treatment, particularly when other treatment methods can take a long time for results to show (if at all). Those that suffer from PTSD should seriously consider the SGB injection since the success rates continues to prove its effectiveness. This, in turn, can make it much easier to manage any other symptoms and help the individual to enjoy aspects of their life that once felt impossible.

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