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PTSD can impact every part of your life. It shakes your self-trust, making you question why this happened to you. It affects your relationships as you struggle to trust others. PTSD keeps you on high alert, a state called hypervigilance.
This might lead to checking locks repeatedly or feeling safer sleeping on the couch. Nightmares and avoidance become part of daily life, turning what used to be enjoyable into something scary.
PTSD can make you avoid things you once loved, making them feel scary or pointless. Most folks with PTSD try to dodge thinking about their trauma, but it can sneak back into your mind at the worst moments.
This avoidance also applies to places, situations, or even people linked to the traumatic event. It's like a shadow has invaded your life, turning familiar places into places of unease.
But it doesn't stop there. Most people with PTSD also wrestle with the urge to suppress thoughts related to their trauma. It's a survival mechanism—an attempt to shield themselves from the emotional turmoil.
Yet, these suppressed memories have a way of resurfacing at the most inconvenient times, intruding into everyday moments, disrupting sleep, or hijacking conversations.
Dealing with PTSD symptoms can be tough, but there's hope. Therapies like EMDR and CPT can help you work through trauma and find a way to cope with it. Experiential therapies like yoga, Vibroacoustic Therapy (VAT), and Alpha Stim can reduce anxiety and reconnect you with your body. At Innova Joy, we believe in a fulfilling life even after trauma. Reach out today to start your healing journey.210-254-3618 GET STARTED