Thousands of memories make up our lives and our own personal history. Memories can make us laugh, cry, or bring a smile to our face. Often we wish we could relive certain memories everyday and enjoy them or sometimes we wish we could go back and change things. To change a memory is impossible, but with today’s advancing science and other clinical practices, it is not so absolute.
We all love happy memories, just thinking about them can bring a smile to your face or make you laugh. Almost all of us can think of one or two memories we will cherish forever. However there are some people want desperately to get ride of a traumatic experience, it consumes them. Bring raped, abuse, a soldier from war or something as simple as a car accident can be debilitating memories people live with east day. Sometimes these memories hinder them so much, they are unable to function in certain situations or in extreme cases in all aspects of their lives.
Post traumatic stress syndrome can cause people to of depressed, dysfunctional, stressed and anxious just to name a few. Sometimes the person may not know they are suffering form post traumatic stress syndrome, sometimes they find out because of a trigger such as a honking horn or a certain song. The reaction to a memory or trigger can often be severe. Typically people turn to drugs and alcohol to self medicate. But like most addictions, they begin to consume the person only adding to their stress.
New treatment avenues are being explored for those who suffer form post traumatic stress syndrome, one of those is hypnosis. Hypnosis or behavior modification, works with the mind in a unique way. While under, you are able to revisit the memory and learn to deal with it differently. You will learn how to deal with your feelings about the memory and how if has effected your life. In some cases you will be able to forget the memory entirely.
New studies in Canada are offering hope to those suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome. According to a Canadian newspaper, Ottawacitizen.com, scientists have been using a drug called Propranolol, commonly used in patients with hypertension, to treat and delete memories in people with post traumatic stress syndrome. The drug is injected to a certain part of the brain while thinking of a specific traumatic memory. Once the drug is injected, studies have shown that particular memory has been deleted or replaced. The treatment is still in the early stages or research and development and there are no concrete studies to prove this drug actually works, only suggestions. People who suffer from post traumatic stress syndrome need help now, everyday is like torture for them, and they need something that will work. Hypnosis is safe, proven to work through actual patient testimonials and is available now.
Hypnosis offers a safe, non invasive, and readily available treatment for those suffering from painful, traumatic memories. No one wants to feel like a prisoner in their own mind or have one memory control everything in their daily lives. These painful memories make everything more difficult, even if they memory it self seems trivial. There are new treatments on the horizon for people who suffer from this condition, there is no need to wait when there is something available to help you now.