We have all been faced with a situation in which we felt completely out of control, we either had no say, we were unable to change the outcome, or the results caused hives to instantly appear. These are not the times we would wish to relive anytime soon which I can say with first-hand experience confidence.
I remember the place, the conversations being had, and how I felt which still sends shivers across my whole body, without going into too much detailed drama, I can confess that it was partly my doing that caused it to happen in the first place. I admit that fault. But for others this may not be the case, you may have been an outsider roped in and drowning.
Many times we think we are strong enough to overcome it and handle it in the way we feel is best, but our subconscious has other ideas. All it takes is for a flashback of an image to trigger the emotional connection and it all comes flooding back like a tsunami you didn’t see until it was too late.
For an in-depth look into how it happens and how to best handle it if seeing a psychiatrist is not your thing then visit links like https://www.verywellmind.com/coping-with-flashbacks-2797574 and take a minute to look over this interesting read, you may see coping options you never considered before till now.
I know plenty of people who self-medicate to get through the day, it may be with pills, alcohol, or being a gym-junkie and never leaving the fitness center, we all deal with trauma in our own way.
Thankfully having helped a friend go through something, we came across a product that is significantly gaining in popularity, and the best part about it is that it is chemical-free and all natural-based, a feature we didn’t think possible to treat symptoms of PTSD.
- To understand more about the meaning of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) take a minute to see how people handled trauma in their lives and overcame it, coming out the other side with their heads held high and a weight lifted from their shoulders.
What am I talking about I hear you muttering to yourself under your breath, well its simple, Mother Nature’s gift of CBD?
CBD in all its glory.
If you are not aware of CBD yet (also known as Cannabidiol) then today is your lucky day, there is a reason why you have come across this article and we will tell you about some of the benefits this oil can bring to your life.
While it may just be the tip of the iceberg because the success stories are increasing daily, it gives you an idea of what you could be enjoying and adding to your lifestyle.
The main use I have found from people who take this in their meals or have added it to their pets’ dietary plan is that it regulates the way the body functions regarding stress and anxiety. It creates well-being within the neuro system ensuring the pulses are sent at regular intervals as opposed to sudden bursts in high doses causing seizures and fits.
It helps keep you calm and aids in a better nights’ sleep all without the risk of getting the ‘high’ which is found in its family counterpart, marijuana. The THC component, which is the psychoactive and hallucinogenic element of the plant is extracted and removed completely allowing for an all-organic ingredient.
Treating ailments such as pain and inflammation, stress and panic attacks are the basics of what this plant can offer, in more recent studies, the coping mechanism of PTSD from a horrific situation has been ‘managed’ with much success through the help of CBD.
To find out more about how this works, see these details, and take that first step to a new you and onto the journey of recovery because life is too short not to be enjoyed.
Having stressed to such an extreme that you break out in sweats with your heart pounding, or nausea and intense feelings of distress at the thought of it ever happening again is no way to live. CBD has changed thousands of lives, and if trying something new means a new lease on life, I say go for it.