MIND BODY PRACTICES FOR POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

MIND BODY PRACTICES FOR POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

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RICHARD BROWN, MD

Voluntarily regulated breathing practices (VRBPs) rapidly improve sympatho-vagal balance, emotion regulation, and symptom resolution in a wide variety of disorders and patient populations.  Evidence that specific VRBPs in combination with other practices has resulted in significant rapid improvements in psychological and physical symptoms in generalized anxiety disorders, veterans with PTSD, healthcare providers, bowel disease, and survivors of several mass disasters will be reviewed.  Preliminary data from a mass resonance spectroscopy study of effects on brain GABA levels in patients with depression will also be presented.  Some simple movement and breath practices that can be use in private offices, clinics, hospitals, schools, military bases, and disaster sites will also be demonstrated.

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