Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; A Solution?

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; A Solution?

Birmingham based hypnotherapist and NLP trainer Debbie Williams Says ”its all very well knowing why or having theories of why Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD happens, the sufferer of these nightmares just want them to stop.”

A good NLP therapist can help you to change the way you view things in the TV in your mind. NLP can stop the symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder and the nightmares PTSD causes very very quickly ”

My Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is Going

‘My post traumatic stress disorder is going” Watch former soldier Craig Burgess account of how different he now views the traumatic things he witnessed serving in Iraq.

Craig couldn’t get the pictures of what happened, including his best friend dying in his arms. It resulted in him being diagnosed with post traumatic stress  disorder, which he had suffered with for many years.

You will see in this video and follow up videos of how NLP has transformed the way he thinks about the past, and how the symptoms of  his post traumatic stress disorder reduce dramatically and stop having the painful effects and consequences they did previously.

Birmingham Help For Post Traumatic stress Disorder

If you want help to overcome your post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) then email debbie on or phone 0121 241 0728

Craig emailed me this a couple of days after his session;

Hi Debbie, its Craig Burgess i really want to thank you for Wednesday night i felt so relaxed after and my family can see a major difference as well I’ve listened to the stop stress CD and every night before i go sleep and when i wake up next morning I’m seeing the world from a different state of mind  i still picture my mates death but in a different way only see the happy side to it now.

You can get a free hypnosis recording from called ‘Stop worrying and create a wonderful life’ its free and will help lift much stress as will my ”Stop stress” self help hypnosis recording costing £19 as a download £27 as a CD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Help

Please check out the PTSD category on this site as well as the anxiety section and watch the many videos that can help. If you want to see Debbie Williams personally for help call 0121 241 0728 (office hours)

 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; A scientists view

Scientists wanted to find out the reason why people with Post traumatic stress disorder  can’t sleep and dream normally. One theory lies in rapid eye movement, or REM. It’s the time during sleep when a lot of dreaming occurs.

Levels of norepinephrine  a kind of adrenaline,  drop out completely. So it’s  a time when the chemistry of the brain actually changes. REM, otherwise known as rapid eye movement is the only time when this happens.

In healthy people, REM sleep is kind of like therapy. It’s an adrenaline-free environment where the brain can process its memories while sort of stripping off their sharp, emotional edges. “You come back the next day, and it doesn’t trigger that same visceral reaction that you had at the time of learning.”

One theory suggests that in people with Post traumatic stress disorder that the , REM sleep is broken. The adrenaline doesn’t go away like it’s supposed to. The brain can’t process tough memories, so it just cycles through them, again and again.

Birmingham hypnotherapist Debbie Williams can help get rid of your post traumatic stress disorder nightmares call her to book on 0121 241 0728

Not ready yet? Please download the free hypnosis recording from


Trained in NLP with many trainers including Dr Richard Bander's to become an assistant for Paul McKenna and Dr Richard Bandler on over 50 courses also helping Anthony Robbins for ten years until 2003 Most of my clients come directly from Paul McKenna and some from Dr Bandler as well as the Just Be Well clinic No 1 Harley Street London.
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