Post-traumatic stress is one of the most misunderstood diseases that exist. Although many may think that this is not a real problem, this is really a psychiatric disorder.

Who can suffer from post-traumatic stress?

It is suffered by people who have experienced traumatic events such as kidnappings, accidents, hurricanes, wars, the death of a loved one, rape or physical abuse.

Those who suffer from this problem usually have nightmares in which they recall the tragic episode they have lived. They also have instant and involuntary memories, suffer hallucinations and extreme anxiety when they have contact with some element that reminds them of the fact.

But not all people who suffer these tragic events develop post-traumatic stress. Experts have not yet determined why this syndrome occurs in some people and in others not. However, it is important to be aware when they happen such events if the affected person develops them.

If after 3 months, which usually lasts the acute phase of a traumatic event, the person has not yet overcome the trauma, it has become a post-traumatic stress disorder and it will be essential to go to the psychologist.

The human brain has a natural ability to adapt to new situations. However, when a trauma occurs this ability is blocked and the brain begins to generate negative emotions. In our therapy, using the Tripod Method, we work to unlock this ability and to make the emotions flow and to bring out all the emotional load that does not allow to advance the person.

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