Eliminate Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) completely in 57 minutes or less. Psychotherapy cannot do it but specialized kinesiology can. Working both as a psychotherapist with clients and as someone who dealt with and instantly healed from PTSD I know the facts of what does and does not work. While working as a psychotherapist in crisis care one of our dangerous clients cornered and attacked me leaving me disabled with a brain injury.
Post traumatic stress disorder anxiety and fear are the most sensible of PTSD symptoms. You have experienced horrible events. Once upon a time, you allowed yourself to believe that such things only happened to other people, people who somehow to let it happen. They weren't cautious enough or they took foolish risks. It wouldn't happen to you, because you were smart, and careful.
We all love our children so much and when we see them anxious we worry. Anxiety disorders are fairly common during childhood, affecting approximately 1 out of every 8 children. But in addition to abnormal anxiety (in which fears are irrational and magnified), some types of anxiety are developmentally appropriate (such as separation anxiety in a 1-yr-old child).
Recently one of my neighbors stopped by to tell me that he had heard the herb witch hazel could be used for treating ADHD symptoms. He must have noticed my eyes starting to glaze over as he assured me that the information had to be credible after all it was posted on the internet. I knew enough about witch hazel to know that in the natural health community it is widely used in many natural skin and anal care products including those for hemorrhoids but this was the first I had heard of it being used as a cure for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Brain training can improve the attention, memory and processing speed problems of ADHD. Brain or cognitive training may also change the neurotransmitter functions in our ADHD brain for the better. The emerging field of brain plasticity has been studying the effects of brain training on the anatomy and physiology of our brain and has discovered some remarkable findings.
Vertigo is a balance disorder or rather, a symptom of one. It is in no way, a disease. Vertigo makes one feel dizzy and out of balance. One may stand still but it'd feel like he's moving or floating. It may lead to nausea and puking too. Vertigo can get really annoying at times for the sufferers because it is very unpleasant and the person lives in the fear of having to face the next attack suddenly.
As you get older, your chances of contracting Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia goes up. Here are some precautions that you can take to help you escape this horrible disease. Firstly you need to eat a healthy diet. The more organic food you take in the better. Even organic tea and coffee is a better choice. Make sure that you have pure drinking water.
Have you heard of ABC? No, not the first three letters of the alphabet! This is part of the program developed by Dr. David Katz of Yale University. He has set out to show that because of the issues connected with side effects of medication for ADHD people, there are non drug solutions for ADHD. The ABC program which stands for Activity Bursts in the Classroom shows teachers how to deal with short activity bursts in the classroom so that their hyperactivity, restlessness and general fidgeting cam be released in a harmless and non disruptive way.
The hoarding syndrome has several symptoms that a person should be aware of in order to get the right cure for the disorder. Some hoarders are not even aware that they already have the problem of hoarding. The most common symptoms of hoarding are the following: Disorderly living spaces Maintaining stacks of newspapers, magazines or junk mail Acquiring unneeded or worthless items which even includes trash Extreme attachment to possessions, and anxiety letting others touch or borrow possessions Complicated organizing items Moving items from one pile to another, not including discarding anything People with hoarding syndrome find it hard to discard or throw out items or objects thinking that it might be useful or valuable in the future.
How horrible would it be to amongst friends and family having a good time in pleasant surroundings only to have the uncomfortable and nagging feeling in the back of your mind that at any moment something terrible was going to happen to you? Millions of people suffer from "scary thoughts" or the fear of being stranded with no one to help them if something bad should happen.