USING IBOGAINE TO TREAT PTSD AND EMOTIONAL STRESS

Ibogaine by David Dardashti is moving forward with the treatment process for emotional trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder using its Ibogaine treatment therapy. The Ibogaine clinic and research facility is located in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and is globally renowned as a leading destination for Ibogaine treatment in both North and South America. The facility is known to have had great success in treating individuals for substance abuse and has helped thousands with the recovery process.

Over the last few years, we have been expanding. No longer do we limit ourselves to treating substance abuse patients – we now treat patients with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well. With the successes that we have attained due to the psychological healing properties in Ibogaine, we believe that Ibogaine will become the foundation on which post-traumatic stress and emotional trauma patients will build a successful recovery. Many patients have had success with treatments for depression, substance abuse, and psychological stress, thus making Ibogaine the top treatment with regards to psychological healing treatments.

Understanding PTSD

For many, those who do not understand the full complexity of post-traumatic stress disorder, the condition can be characterized by a variety of symptoms that can be relatively easy to distinguish. When one has a traumatic event happen in their life, they will sometimes experience anxiety, obsessive-compulsive behavior, sleep disturbances, flashbacks, and even panic attacks. Even though the individual may consciously block out this event, the symptoms will still manifest within the individual’s life and may create a day to day dysfunction.

What counts as a “traumatic psychological event” varies by individual. That being said, there are situations in which post-traumatic stress disorder will result in great frequency. These situations include childhood abuse, rape, witnessing torture, fighting in a war, or seeing accidents resulting in the death of a loved one. PTSD occurs when the brain cannot accept the event and thus blocks it out.

This in turn may cause make the individual to experience the symptoms mentioned – even if the event is no longer consciously remembered, the brain still needs to work through the event. In addition to having the symptoms of PTSD, many individuals will also have other side effects. Those who experience childhood abuse, rape, or assault, may have trouble forming relationships due to their lack of trust. This often leads to individuals with PTSD relying on alcohol and/or other drugs to help them cope, which quickly results in chemical dependency.

HOW IBOGAINE HELPS

Because of this connection between alcohol and/or drug reliance and chemical dependency in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder, David Dardashti believes that Ibogaine treatment can provide those suffering from emotional trauma with a treatment that will help them recover with a high success rate. For those who have been suffering from addiction, the treatment’s innovative process has already demonstrated highly successful results. Since part of this high success rate is due to the fact that the treatment helps patients to deal with not just the physical dependencies, but the root emotional issues, it naturally follows that the treatment would be able to treat emotional issues, such as PTSD, as well.

Individuals who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder or general emotional trauma will almost always have dopamine levels that are significantly higher than normal, due to years of fear, anxiety, and depression. The Ibogaine treatment can help here by naturally balancing out the chemically altered mind in a safe manner, leading the patient onto the path of healing. The center welcomes patients who aspire towards a better future – one filled with hope, joy, and vitality.

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