When individuals are traumatised, whether the trauma happened throughout youth or adulthood, the distress and discomfort can stay within them up until they are taught the best ways to diffuse it in a safe and healthy way.
Sensations caused by trauma can lead to dissociation, flashbacks, nightmares and addictive behaviours which are utilised as strategies to mask psychological or emotional pain. Emotional, feeling numb and sleep disruptions are likewise common symptoms of trauma, as are depression, stress, anxiety and irritation. Trauma can be an underlying contributor to addiction or dependency on alcohol, prescription medication or other drugs.
People with PTSD or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder are usually individuals who have been through a traumatic event, whether the trauma happened throughout youth or adulthood, the distress and discomfort can stay within them up until they are taught the best ways to diffuse it in a safe and healthy way. These stress reactions can challenge your life perspective and lead you to have depression and self-destructive behaviour. This experience is called Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD.
The aftermath of Traumatic events or the sensations caused by trauma can lead to dissociation, flashbacks, nightmares and addictive behaviours which are utilised as strategies to mask psychological or emotional pain. Emotional, feeling numb and sleep disruptions are likewise common symptoms of trauma, as are depression, stress, anxiety and irritation. Trauma can be an underlying contributor to addiction or dependency on alcohol, prescription medication, drugs or others. We offer personalised mental health care and private rehabilitation for our clients. We advice the relatives or loved ones ways to support and help with the treatment of the patient. We believe that everyone must work together to ensure that the treatment is effective without any issues and slowly recover from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It’s important to remember that support from family members and loved ones can go a long way in both early symptoms of PTSD in children and later stages of the treatment.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)
Feeling emotionally numb? Easily startled? Symptoms of PTSD stem from traumatic events and these risk factors makes an individual vulnerable to develop PTSD. The most common factors leading to the development of PTSD include combat exposure, physical and mental abuse during childhood and sexual assault. Research studies show that children who are raised in a hostile family environment have high chances of suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. Many people and families tend to ignore early signs and symptoms of PTSD in children instead of ensuring that is doesn’t fully develop into PTSD. Signs and symptoms may include anxiety, depression, angry outbursts, memory problems and guilt which are the most common reactions to trauma. Children who are constantly exposed to mental abuse may develop PTSD or mental health issues which may even to lead to suicide.
Treatment On A Private Level
The Banyans Health and Wellness provides an individualised treatment program to meet the personal health requirements of each guest. Guests feel safe and secure knowing that all of their therapy is individual and there is no group therapy. The whole clinical group consisting of doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, psychologists, counsellors and nutritionists work one on one with guests, taking a team approach. The allied health and complementary treatment team including yoga therapists, masseurs and personal trainers take each guest’s needs into account. The team at The Banyans Rehab Retreat look beyond the symptoms, and identify the underlying causes contributing to addictive behaviour in the client’s life. When we recognise the underlying reasons for our guest’s condition, we treat them using research-based interventions.
When treating people with PTSD or people who have trauma, we recognise trauma is any experience that has an unfavourable impact. It can vary from being chosen last for a school group, to experiencing a home fire or a divorce. The manner in which a specific person experiences an event, and exactly what they state to themselves about it, can have long-term mental health issues. Other ongoing problems can include panic disorder, depression and substance abuse. Abuse is a kind of trauma that can be physical, mental, sexual, intellectual, spiritual or any mix of these. We ensure that the thoughts and feelings of the patient is treated with the upmost importance while providing treatment for PTSD.
The team at The Banyans utilise comprehensive lab testing to identify any physical, biochemical or neurochemical imbalances as we know that guests recover more effectively when their neurochemistry is functioning properly. Treatments such as Equine Therapy are particularly useful for those who have experienced trauma or abuse. Our onsite Eagala accredited Equine Therapy team are an important part of the treatment program for those seeking recovery from trauma for people with PTSD or PTSD symptoms. You may also check the National Center for PTSD for more information.
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Treatment Of Trauma and PTSD
It is essential to acknowledge that trauma develops from a mix of physical, mental, biochemical, genetic and social aspects. Our objective is to determine the underlying causes of the trauma and to bring back healthy coping systems so that our guests have the ability to lead a regular life. To reach this goal, we deal with the whole individual: body, mind and spirit. It is important to know that one should not have any sense of guilt or shame in approaching a mental health professional or seeking support from loved ones to overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD
The symptoms of acute stress disorder (ASD) appear nearly right away after an individual encounters trauma or abuse. They include pins and needles, troubles in responding to normal life occasions and difficulty in controlling anger and suspicion. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can appear as an action to trauma or abuse anywhere from one month to years or years after the terrible experience. Avoiding reminders of the event is a coping mechanism for someone who is suffering from a mental illness or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Get help! If you or someone you love suffers from mental health problems, a program at The Banyans may be helpful to people with Post-traumatic stress disorder(PTSD), anxiety and depression. Talk to a qualified mental health professional and begin your journey to better mental health. For more information, contact us or complete this form for one of our qualified team to make contact with you.