Ibogaine Treatment Program Offers Deep Healing for PTSD
PTSD or post traumatic stress disorder is an anxiety disorder (mental health issue) that’s developed after experiencing a life-threatening event such as war, natural disaster, car accident, sexual assault or even sudden emotional loss.
What Are The Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
People with PTSD tend to have upsetting memories or feel like they’re reliving the event (flashbacks). They also may avoid situations that remind them of the event, perhaps because there’s guilt or shame associated with it like in the case of sexual assault. Another symptom of post traumatic stress disorder is feeling keyed up, always jittery or on the lookout for danger which can lead to unhealthy habits such as using drugs, alcohol or even driving recklessly.
People with PTSD may also have other problems like feeling hopeless or even finding it hard to keep employment, thriving in relationships or having chronic depression. There are also some physical complaints common in people with post traumatic stress disorder, such as stomach pains, chronic back aches, headaches and muscle cramps. For every person experiencing post traumatic stress disorder, the experience is different. For children, it may even lead to running away from home or having trouble with schoolwork and friends.
PTSD By Numbers
- According to PTSD United, 70% of adults in the U.S. have experienced some type of traumatic event in their lives.
- 8% or 24.4 million have gone on to have post traumatic stress disorder, that’s equivalent to Texas’ population.
- 50% of all outpatient mental health patients have PTSD.
- 17% of all combat troops are women 71% of female personnel develop PTSD due to sexual assault within the ranks.
Popular Treatment For Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Since PTSD is so prevalent today, there are many ways to relieve its symptoms so they don’t interfere with everyday activities such as work and relationships. Talk therapy, also called psychotherapy, is one way to go about treating PTSD which involves cognitive behavioral therapy. CBT has different types of therapy including cognitive processing therapy (CPT), prolonged exposure therapy (PE) and even eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EDMR) which involved sounds and hand movements. CPT allows patients to understand how the trauma changed their thoughts and feelings while PE allows them to talk about it repeatedly until memories are no longer upsetting.
Ibogaine Treatment For Depression and PTSD
So how ibogaine help? An ibogaine treatment program addresses multiple neurological sequences that are typically involved in addiction, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. The natural substance affects the brain’s regulatory systems including dopamine, serotonin and NMDA receptor. When patients undergo an ibogaine treatment program, the experience helps them face traumas, by bringing up memories and emotions into their consciousness so they can start to heal. For even better odds at a successful ibogaine treatment for drug addiction, after-care such as therapy or group counseling is recommended. In some circles, an ibogaine treatment program is referred to a “second chance at childhood.”
If you think you have post traumatic stress disorder and are looking for a more natural way to heal, call the Ibogaine Clinic at 1-888-462-1164 for information on our ibogaine treatment program. You can expect an all-inclusive stay in an affluent community just outside of Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Our ibogaine treatment for depression and PTSD are medically-supervised with around the clock nurses. From beautiful sunsets by the beach to swimming with dolphins, and delicious meals, Ibogaine Clinic can help you heal.