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PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD is the result of suffering from a fear disorder after experiencing a specific catalyst

Whether your PTSD was as the result of a military experience, a car accident, a family trauma or a balloon popping is irrelevant, once you have it, it has to be removed in a very specific way.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a misnomer. It is not related to 'stress' and it is not a disorder of stress.

PTSD is actually a Fear Disorder which occurs after the activation of fear due to a specific experience.

PTSD is often dealt with using counselling, therapy and medication but sufferers find that they continue to suffer regardless of the intervention used.

few sufferers feel that they have benefitted curatively from the therapies and medication they receive. There is a reason for that.

None of the counselling/talking therapies or drugs used can, or do, reach the part of the mind responsible for creating or perpetuating the disorder.

At best, patients will experience reassurance and the soporific effect of the drugs as they cause the sufferer to become subdued.

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Common symptoms experienced during PTSD

Shortness of breath or smothering sensations
Chest pain
Palpitations and/or racing 
Muscle pains or tingling
Upset stomach
Urgency to urinate
Visual disturbances
Nightmares and night-frights
Obsessive thoughts
Dry mouth
Sense of impending doom
Fear of dying or losing consciousness
Fear of going mad
Facial numbness
Generalised anxiety
Agoraphobia or social phobia
Low self esteem
Health anxiety
Eating disorders
Self harming
Inappropriate thoughts
Low mood

But why do some suffer from PTSD and others not?

The reason that some people suffer from PTSD is simple... they were born predisposed to suffering when over 65% of the world's population were not.

Some people cannot suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Ever.

The military situation is a perfect example of this. The military do not understand the neurological mechanics of PTSD so they do not have an effective way to filter out those who could, and probably will, develop PTSD. Women and men are sent out on active duty, all trained to an equal standards, all consciously prepared to fight... some will be fine, others will experience PTSD.

Those who experience PTSD are those that were born with the ability to suffer from it.

In 20 years, we have helped thousands of PTSD sufferers to recover using the simple science that dictates the truth behind all fear disorders.

Why does PTSD FEEL so dreadful.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder FEELS horrendous because its activation creates repeated, seamless and relentless fear responses in a constant stream.

This is mentally and physically exhausting.

The sufferer knows that they shouldn't feel this way; knows that they don't want to feel this way; but is 100% powerless to do anything about it as NO human has conscious control over their chemical and neurological responses.


Despite what psychology does to sufferers... PTSD can be removed fast.

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Does that make sense?

You know that you shouldn't feel this way but you are powerless to consciously take control of your fear... or are you?

Please understand this, it's vital to your recovery.

PTSD is not what you have been led to believe. Talking therapy will exacerbate it. Medication will miss it completely.

The section of your brain responsible for creating PTSD is 'locked away' deep within the autonomic nervous system - This means that trying to change your thoughts, to rest, to take time out, to reason with your PTSD... will not work. When you talk about it or address it in any way at all... you perpetuate it.

No medication has ever been synthesised that can reach the disorder and adjust the neurology back to normal emotional responses.

Talking therapies and medication will protect the disorder from recovery.

Is there a treatment for PTSD ?


What psychology and medicine ignore is that panic attack symptoms are features of inappropriate fear, NOT illness.

By removing the core 'disorder', the anxiety, and returning you to normal fear responses, you erase panic attacks completely.

Not through medication or therapy... through simple human biology... your natural 'fear disorder off switch'. The only reason you haven't flicked it to OFF yet, is because no one has told you where it is and how to do it.

If kids of seven can do this... you can too.

EVERY single person who has EVER suffered and recovered HAD TO go through this process!

There really is only one biologically possible PTSD recovery process... and it erases the disorder systemically meaning that you will no longer have the ability to suffer again.

My wife, my team and myself run the world's only accredited, dedicated anxiety recovery and recovery practitioner training organisation... since 1997 we have helped over 200,000 people to recover from their panic attacks symptoms.

Dr Romulo Valdez of Dartmouth & Harvard Medical says...

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