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PTSD has been described as a normal human response to an abnormal condition and it is a disease linked to anxiety which develops when a person is severely harmed or experiences something extremely upsetting. It is caused by exposure to real-life event that has a traumatic effect on the psyche. This produces an enormous shock on the nervous system which develops into intense negative feelings of fear, helplessness or horror in the participant or observer, and reflects on his behaviours and physiological responses in future.  

 

PTSD can be managed very successfully by the means of Psychotherapy, more specifically CBT and Professional Hypnotherapy. Psychotherapy provides talking cure (‘healing of the mind’) for people with PTSD by influencing their thinking, emotional responses, behaviour, stimulating their mental mechanisms, and teaching them how to cope with life more effectively.    

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