Never Too Late to Heal Your PTSD

‘Healing PTSD Trauma’ is Here for You!

Heal Your PTSD and Physical Diseases

Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW, LCSW-R, CtH

Veterans Day brought up lots of feelings — thinking about the welfare of our soldiers, our  military families, the caretakers, and our unsung heroes’ well-being — wishing for a miracle to have all your problems solved…. homelessness, PTSD, TBI, physical illnesses, financial worries related to the economic downturn, relationship problems, and the still too long waiting lines at the VA. According to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Eric Shinseki, a million new cases have been added to last year’s backlog at the VA.The backlog of disability claims rose to over 700,000.

Of the about 23 million veterans in the United States, only about eight million are registered with the Department of Veterans Affairs. I wonder what might have happened to the rest of them. Are they enjoying good health without exhibiting any signs of PTSD or did they fall through the cracks of the system, were refused services and are facing the fight against PTSD and other health concerns now on their own? It is never too late to conquer PTSD. I will talk more about my ‘Healing PTSD Trauma‘ a bit later.

Let us return to the millions of veterans. I wonder how many of them have been experiencing symptoms of PTSD? Have they been at risk for heart disease and other physical illnesses over the years?

According to the Bloomberg Business Week of 11/17/2010 researchers at the VA Medical Centers in Southern California and Nevada reviewed electronic medical records of 286,194 veterans, with an average age of 63. The recommendation was to include PTSD as a possible risk factor for heart disease. Coronary artery calcium CT scan images for 637 patients showed that veterans with PTSD had more calcium built up in their arteries than veterans without PTSD.

The correlation between high stress levels, hypertension, built-up of calcium in the arteries has become quite well known over the years, [as have the benefits of a healthful diet.]  However, if you are returning from deployment and may have been exposed to all kinds of chemicals and metals, it may be advisable to start a detox (e.g. Chlorella, Super-Green Algae, etc.) If you are on prescribed medication you may want to consult your physician.

Since I named my blog “Never Too Late to Heal Your PTSD”, it is time to tell you more about my ‘Healing PTSD Trauma‘. It heals your nightmares, flashbacks, and other symptoms of PTSD, no matter how long ago they occurred. It can be a recent trauma, or it may have happened many years ago, even going back to your childhood, your birth and being in the womb. One of your forefathers may have also suffered from PTSD. It is referred to as transgenerational trauma.

I had been carrying around my war trauma for decades until I created my Universal Vibrational Therapy ™ (1992). You, Veterans, who were fighting in earlier wars might think: “I have my PTSD much longer and these flashbacks come back out of the blue.” I understand completely. I feel for you; however, I am bringing you hope. It is never too late to heal your PTSD.

‘Healing PTSD Trauma’ on CD will transmute the energies of your PTSD symptoms in an orderly, gentle fashion. The Companion CD ‘Restabilize Your Energy’ will teach you to keep your energy body healthy, protected from renewed intrusion of old or new toxic energies. Success Strategies are included as a bonus to motivate you to adapt a positive mindset.

Remember, it is never too late to heal your PTSD. ‘Healing PTSD Trauma’ on CD was created for your benefit too.

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