Tag Archives: posttraumatic stress disorder

Asperger’s Syndrome & The DSM 5

Asperger’s Syndrome in the DSM 5 is now known as Level 1 ASD. They change language. ASD is not a mental illness or diagnosis regarding mental health at all. Why is it in the DSM 5? Why did they shove Asperger’s Syndrome in with Autistic Spectrum Disorders? (ASD). Psychiatry has a malevolent intent with this.… Read More »

Medal of Honor Recipient Dakota Meyer talks Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) success for PTSD symptoms

Dr. Mulvaney gets it. If you or someone you know has PTS please look into the SGB https://www.stripes.com/opinion/letters-to-the-editor/give-physician-his-full-credit-1.441579 New videos Monday-Friday. What did you think? https://flipsidecanvas.com/ for Peel and Stick Vinyl and Hand Stretched Canvas All designs are owned and created by Flipside Canvas. Sign up to our email list right here to be updated… Read More »

Mental Health in LGBT+ community

LGBT+ community members experience forms of mental health illness such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress, and sometimes this results in self-harm – the list is endless. These stories are so common within the community it seems everyone has their own version to share. Videographer: Levy Ngosa Source: Youtube

How to become a friend with elephant (Elephant Ethical Experience in Thailand)

Do you know that, like the human being, elephants can also suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? These sensitive souls need comfort rather than tragedy. Although they’ve been released from abusive situations and have found safety at the sanctuaries, they may show symptoms of PTSD long after. Therefore, when you have the chance to get… Read More »

What is Brainspotting Trauma and PTSD Therapy?

In this video we will describe the advanced mind body therapy called Brainspotting. Brainspotting is a powerful therapy for healing from PTSD, trauma, performance anxiety, stress, depression, panic attacks, and many other psychological issues. It has roots in EMDR and similarly allows for the reprocessing and releasing of negative experiences. It is based on the… Read More »

DOCTOR VISIT FOR BLOOD CLOTS & Your Most Asked Question…Answered!

Arianna goes back to the doctor to talk about her blood clots and the next steps to take to insure we don’t have the same issue in the future. We also answer the most asked question that we have been getting from you guys lately. Where is Loki?!?!?!? ARIANNA’S CHANNEL ∙ https://youtube.com/ariannapflederer RYAN’S CHANNEL ∙… Read More »

PTSD From Knife Attack I The Speakmans

PTSD From Knife Attack Subscribe to The Speakmans’ YouTube channel for more tips: https://goo.gl/Lgzxjw In March 2011, Andrew Osbourne set off for his job as a security guard at the supermarket where he had worked for over 20 years. But just over an hour into his shift, Andrew was attacked by a man who had… Read More »

Why Veterans with PTSD use Cannabis

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), most common in war veterans, involves uncontrollable anxiety and flashbacks following a traumatic experience. Studies have shown cannabinoids are effective at lessening the emotional impact of traumati and improve their sleep. PTSD is prevalent in military veterans, but can develop following any type of traumatic event, such as a mugging, kidnapping,… Read More »

Prayer healed me from PTSD and Vertigo!

Peggy tells her story of going through a bus accident, the post traumatic stress disorder that she suffered and the vertigo that bothered her for 20 years. She describes her journey to healing and restoration through prayer, her faith in Jesus, saying Scriptures, listening to faith building programs with Sid Roth – it all helped!!… Read More »