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  • Writer's pictureDallas Shepard

Unlock the Power of Change Through Mind-Body Healing after Trauma

Updated: Jun 15, 2023

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PTSD and Mind-Body Healing

Trauma from the past can haunt us for decades. For some individuals, it may even put a limit on what they can achieve in their lifetime. But you don’t have to stay stuck in this cycle of pain and despair; there are ways to empower yourself and move forward with your life by unlocking the power of change through mind-body healing after trauma. Through understanding how to process your emotions, authentic connection with others, and engaging in activities that promote self-growth such as mindfulness or therapy practice, we begin to take control over our lives again – free from the constrictive grasp of PTSD and its effects on our daily functioning. This blog post is here to help those individuals who feel stuck due to traumatic events experienced in years prior - letting them know that although recovery takes time, dignity can be regained through embracing a sense of responsibility for one's own feelings and reactions towards similar situations - gaining an unlimited capacity for personal growth and change!

Understanding the Effects of Trauma on the Mind-Body healing process

When we experience trauma, it can leave a lasting impact on both our mind and body. But the good news is that there are ways to heal and recover. One such method is neurofeedback, which involves using technology to help train our brains to regulate its electric impulses thus regulating emotions and managing stress. Additionally, practicing mindfulness can help us become more self aware of our reactions and thought processes, allowing us to better understand and process the trauma we've experienced. While the effects of trauma can be challenging, it's important to remain hopeful and remember that with time and effort, we can learn to overcome them.

Building a Support System to Help You Heal

Building a strong support system can make all the difference in your healing journey. A value driven friend who genuinely cares about your well-being can be a great source of comfort during tough times. They can be your sounding board and support you through your struggles. Additionally, don't overlook the value of professional help. Seeking the expertise of a Brain Health Specialist, therapist or counselor can provide insight, guidance, and tools to effectively manage stress and emotional challenges. Last but not least, a supportive community can be a powerful force for healing. Surrounding yourself with positive, compassionate, and understanding individuals can provide a sense of belonging and encouragement that can help you persevere through tough times. Remember, healing is a journey, and a strong support system can help you navigate the ups and downs along the way.

Identifying Your Triggers and How to Manage Them

Have you ever found yourself reacting overly emotional to something seemingly insignificant? Maybe it's a coworker's offhand comment or even a certain smell that sends you into a frenzy. These are what we call "triggers". Learning to be self aware and identify what sets us off is the first step in managing our triggers. Once we know what makes us react, we can start to make a conscious decision to act, instead of letting our emotions take over. It's not always easy, but with practice and patience, we can learn to control our reactions and improve our overall well-being. So let's take a deep breath, dig deep, and start identifying those triggers!

Exploring Healing Techniques, such as Neurofeedback, Meditation, Movement exercises, EMDR and others

Have you ever wished you could heal both your mind, body and spirit at the same time? Well, you're in luck! There are a variety of healing techniques available that can improve your mental, physical health and spiritual self. Neurofeedback is a technique that helps balance your brain waves. Meditation is a powerful tool that calms your mind and body. Movement exercises, such as yoga or Tai Chi, improve your physical strength and flexibility while also clearing your mind. EMDR is a technique that helps people process traumatic or distressing memories and move forward from them. There are even more techniques out there that you can explore! The key is finding the right technique for you and incorporating it into your routine. So why not try something new and explore these healing techniques today?

Regaining Control with Positive Coping Strategies

Life can throw some unexpected curveballs our way. It can feel like we've lost control and are just trying to keep our heads above water. But we have the power to regain control through positive coping strategies. It takes courage to change and develop new habits, but it's worth it in the end. Whether it's through exercise, meditation, talking to a trusted friend, or even just taking a few deep breaths, finding healthy ways to process and manage stress can make a huge difference in our overall well-being. So the next time life seems to be spiraling out of control, take a deep breath and remember that you have the power to regain control with positive coping strategies.

Taking Back Your Life and Embracing Change

In a world where we are constantly bombarded with demands and expectations, it's easy to feel like we have lost control of our own lives. But the truth is, you are the only one who can make the changes necessary to take back that control. No one else can do it for you, no matter how much they may want to help. Embracing change can be scary, but it's worth it in the end when you finally feel like you're living the life you were meant to lead. So don't wait for someone else to come along and rescue you. Take charge of your own life and start making the changes you need to be truly happy, healthy and productive.

It has been thirty years since my traumatic event, and although PTSD and past trauma can greatly affect our present and future, the good news is we can take control of our lives no matter what comes. Understanding the effects of trauma on our mind, body and soul, building a support system for healing, identifying triggers plus exploring mitigating techniques, developing positive coping strategies to transform a chaotic brain, and above all embracing change all are effective ways to work towards taking back your life. We have access to many tools that help us regain control over our own mental health and quality of life.

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With support from peers, family members, professionals or even online resources, such as this blog post – it’s possible to work through any current or past experiences while moving forward. Take wise steps today so you can unlock the path to your own transformation.


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