What is PTSD?
What are the symptoms?
Other common symptoms of PTSD can be things such as recurrent nightmares, having ‘flash backs’ of the ordeal, feeling irritable or having anger outbursts, having issues falling asleep and staying asleep, losing interest in activities that were once pleasant or pleasurable, being physically responsive such as sweating or having an increased heart rate at the thought or conversation around the traumatic event, having difficulties with positivity and feelings such as happiness or love.
Not everybody who experiences a traumatic event has PTSD, however when a person becomes immobilised with stress, overwhelmed at the thoughts surrounding the ordeal or finds themselves “stuck” in the same circle of negative thoughts over and over again even when the immediate danger has passed and they are unable to return to a pre-stress state of balance.
How can floatation tank therapy help with PTSD?
Floatation therapy offers a safe, alternative way to combat many issues naturally without having to depend on pills that may have side effects and could be potentially dangerous on your body in the long term.