Stress Reduction Therapy & Trauma Resolution

Active Military & Veterans

It has been proven from a neuroscience perspective that trauma is anything unresolved in the brain. The Webster definition of trauma is “emotionally disturbing or distressing “. The interesting variable is that each of us perceives trauma differently which directly impacts the level of stress each of us manifests or feels by way of symptoms. These symptoms can range from anxiety to sleep disturbances to autoimmune conditions to severe dysfunction on all levels spiritually, emotionally, physically, energetically, chemically. Fear and other negative emotions, thoughts or states of being alone can create symptomatology. The chemicals created by fear and how those chemicals suppress the body’s immune response, while ramping up the body’s stress response can create communication breakdown internally. Stress Reduction Therapy is a key way to help the body on all levels process through stress, trauma and fear while supporting the body’s innate ability to heal at the same time.

Stress Reduction Therapy is a key way to help the body on all levels process through stress, shock, trauma, and fear while supporting the body’s innate ability to heal at the same time. Stress Reduction Therapy at Sano for our beloved military freedom fighters is a very effective way to support optimal function and reduce symptomatology. The Sano team can effectively support reducing trauma spiritually, emotionally, physically, energetically, relationally, chemically. Relational stress can increase as well and then opportunities for chaos and dysfunction heighten.

Military personnel who have experienced unique visual, auditory and physical shock scenarios, can be impacted very differently depending on the severity of the experience, fear, trauma or stressors and the perception in the brain.

Trauma

Trauma, from a neuroscience perspective, is anything unresolved in the brain and nervous system creating stress on any varied level(s) spiritually, emotionally, physically, energetically, chemically. Stress Reduction Therapy, from a biblical perspective, supports the resolution of trauma individually based on applying truth to the individuals’ perception of the unresolved stressor. An example would be fear that is entrained in the mind due to a shock event or trauma creates chemicals that negatively impact the brain and body. This causes stress response patterns if not appropriately dealt with in the mind. Replacing the fear on all levels with love, for example, can reduce the daily stress in the mind, body and spirit. Managing one’s mind, especially after a negative life event, is key to health and healing overall. According to Dr. Caroline Leaf”s neuroscience research, our thinking, feeling and choosing is what drives our behavior. Negative patterns of stress, fear, sadness, etc. can create a negative internal environment that directly impacts how the whole body functions and takes direction from the autonomic nervous system.
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