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Acupuncture – An Effective Ancient Chinese Medicine for Treating PTSD

Introduction:

AcupunctureAcupuncture is a treatment based on ancient Chinese medicine which involves insertion of needles into the skin at certain specific strategic points. It is a form of complementary or alternative medicine to relieve the symptoms of certain conditions and to treat a variety of ailments. This oldest healing practice in the world is incorporated for the effective treatment-of PTSD. PTSD is a psychiatric disorder which is caused either by experiencing or witnessing stressful, terrifying, life-threatening or distressing events in one’s life. Various scientific research studies have evidenced that acupuncture can reduce and alleviate anxiety and stress levels in individuals suffering from PTSD.

What are the traumatic events that trigger PTSD?

The traumatic incidents that may exasperate PTSD include violet personal assaults, natural or human-caused calamites and disasters, accidents, military combat, terrorist incidents, witnessing violent deaths, being held hostage and personal or sexual assault. PTSD can develop immediately after someone experiences or witnesses a disturbing event or it can occur in weeks, months or even years later. Sometimes the symptoms may persist even when the danger or hazard no longer exists.

How acupuncture treats PTSD?

Acupuncture for treating PTSD is carried out by stimulating specific points in the ear and in the body to help balance the Qi and calm the mind. These strategic key points of the body are responsible for regulating specific brain areas that help control the proper functioning of the nervous system and also alleviate stress levels. Acupuncture is indeed a powerful healing system that helps the patient to steadily progress the trauma comfortably and safely. A gentle massage may also be done before and after the acupuncture treatment in order to avoid triggering of symptoms. As per the scientific research findings patients found rapid and significant relief of their symptoms, pain and experienced reduced levels of depression as well. Specific acupuncture points tailored to your specific presentation of symptoms assures that you return to your normal life quickly. Military has found the immense benefits of acupuncture in helping to alleviate and mitigate symptoms associated with PTSD.

Benefits of acupuncture in treating PTSD:

Acupuncture can assure profound benefits for people diagnosed with PTSD. No wonder it is touted as the most successful alternative medicine to the conventional treatment methods.

1. Acupuncture is an effective natural remedy for the treatment of PTSD symptoms like anxiety, depression, concentration problems, agitation, insomnia and also pain.
2. Soldiers suffering from PTSD are opting for acupuncture as it is safe, non-intrusive method and provides rapid relief through quicker healing.
3. Ear acupuncture has provided immense benefits for soldiers suffering from sleeping disorders that originated from PTSD.
4. It is effective in reducing symptoms like anxiety and enables the patient to experience unexpected levels of relaxation.
5. Studies have evidenced that acupuncture not only provides symptomatic relief but also helps to regulate the autonomic nervous system.

Conclusion:

Another recent development in the “point prescription” is that it can be customized to fit individual needs and requirements. Persons suffering from severe PTSD symptoms may need a slightly varied form of acupuncture treatment when compared to persons who exhibit milder symptoms. Acupuncture, a centuries old method also helps PTSD affected individuals to regains composure to daily activities easily and quickly.

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Some Unique Things about Military Kids

Military KidsNowadays, there are many people who appreciate children from military parents. These military kids are so special because they have some unique things that we cannot find in other children. There are some regular kids who also have similar habits as the military children. However, the percentage is very small. In this article, you will read some unique things about military children. By looking at these unique things, you can start to appreciate them. Here are some of those important things. 

1. They are happy to serve community

This is the first unique thing that you can find on the military children. They usually model after their parents who are ready to serve other people in the communities. Therefore, military kids are very happy to help others in certain communities. There are many good programs that are offered in the military school. Most children are usually taught to learn how to treat other people in the right way.

2. They have high sense of patriotism

Most children in the military family usually have high sense of patriotism. It is related with the job of their parents. From they were young, they see a lot of things that are related with the patriotism. As the result, these kids can learn how to improve their patriotism. Most of them are very proud when talking about their country. This patriotism is usually delivered by their parents.

3. They can work together and support each other

Military kids are usually placed in similar places for long period of time. Therefore, most children in the military camp can learn how to work together. They can also learn how to support each other. Because of that reason, all kids are able to build a good teamwork with their friends. Most of them are interested to build a good relationship with other kids in the military areas.

4. Most military kids can adapt to the environment very well

This is another unique thing that you can see on the military kids. Most children who are raised in the military lifestyle, can learn how to adapt to the environment in the proper way. There are many children who change their school systems for up to nine times. Most of them usually have to move to other places depending on their parents’ job activities. Therefore, these kids have high adaptation level in many different places.

5. These kids have global knowledge

There are many military children who have traveled around the world. As the result, they know everything about the global situation. Most children are very happy to learn about the cultural diversity from different countries. As the result, these children can improve their global knowledge properly. This knowledge can be very important for their life in the future.

They are several unique things that you can see from most children raised in the military environment. These children have their own unique abilities and expertise’s. Because of that reason, they have to receive high quality school programs. These school programs should be designed to build a good character of these kids.

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Wounded veterans turn to yoga for strength, solace – Fox 5 San Diego

Wounded veterans turn to yoga for strength, solace – Fox 5 San Diego

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Yoga instructor Sunny Keays works with double amputees U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Chris Montera, left, and U.S. Marine Pfc. Isaac Blunt during a yoga class at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego on June 10. Headstands have helped amputees reduce pain. X. Home · Weather · Video · More · Return to FOX5 San Diego – San Diego news, weather, traffic, sports from. More Return to FOX5 San Diego – San Diego news, weather, traffic, sports from Search. Home · Health 

 

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West Palm Beach VA Medical Center hires 30 new mental health professionals

West Palm Beach VA Medical Center hires 30 new mental health professionals
TCPalm, on Wed, 12 Jun 2013 16:51:32 -0700
of Veterans Affairs announced it met the goal to hire 1,600 new mental health professionals outlined in President Barack Obama’s Aug. 31 Executive Order to Improve Access to Mental Health Services for Veterans, Service Members and Military Families.

 

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VA hires 1600 mental health professionals, including eight in St. Cloud

VA hires 1600 mental health professionals, including eight in St. Cloud
Alexandria Echo Press, on Sat, 15 Jun 2013 10:49:31 -0700
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that it has met the goal to hire 1,600 new mental health professionals outlined in President Obama’s August 31, 2012, Executive Order to Improve Access to Mental Health Services for Veterans, Service

 

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250000 Gulf War Veterans Suffer Brain Damage? Are Noxiious Chemical And …

250000 Gulf War Veterans Suffer Brain Damage? Are Noxiious Chemical And …
Guardian Express, on Sat, 15 Jun 2013 07:54:38 -0700
Upon return from their overseas deployment, many of our military sought medical intervention for a diverse array of troubling medical problems. Like most hardened combat veterans, the majority of the men and women enduring symptoms were hesitant to 

 

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Soldiers, civilians never leave a fallen comrade

Soldiers, civilians never leave a fallen comrade
DVIDS, on Wed, 12 Jun 2013 13:18:40 -0700
The group of soldiers and nurses from the 8th Theater Sustainment Command, the Tripler Army Medical Center, the 25th Infantry Division, and the 205th Military Intelligence Brigade worked in conjunction with Veterans Affairs and the Institute for Human 

 

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DoD, VA have spent $1B trying to build joint health records system

DoD, VA have spent $1B trying to build joint health records system
Federal Times, on Wed, 12 Jun 2013 12:44:59 -0700
A wounded soldier receives treatment at a rehabilitation center at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. When the soldier becomes a veteran, the Defense Department will confront a longtime challenge in transferring his health records

 

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Wartime PTSD: What Works and How to Care for a Loved One

Wartime PTSD: What Works and How to Care for a Loved One
Huffington Post, on Tue, 11 Jun 2013 08:08:47 -0700
The Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences issued “Treatment for PTSD in Military and Veteran Populations (Initial Assessment)” after reviewing Department of Defense and VA data on prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and

 

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