With recovery from PTSD professional help is essential yet some are drawn to self care. You can exploit both.
A recovery remedy is Nat Sulph 6x available from elixirs.com and some health food stores. It is likely that Ferr Phos will also benefit.
The cell salt combination Debility- Tissue B provides support during recovery from electroshock.
Kingbio has over-the-counter products germane to PTSD recovery, see Sleep Aid and Anxiety & Nervousness.
- Anxiety and Nervousness Dosing – This can be used on a regular or episodic basis. Since your sleeping and waking dreams have the same source, it’s fine to take this just before bedtime.
- Sleep Aid Dosing – You can schedule the full daily dose in the few hours before bedtime.
You can apply Traumex along the Yang Wei Mo (it’s fine to begin at either side, left or right):
Begin at right side of occiput,
down outside of neck,
across right upper back to right shoulder joint,
down outside of right arm to tip of right middle finger,
on right side of rib cage down to right hip prominence,
down the mid thigh to the outside of right knee,
down the right calf,
around right ankle,
along the right foot between the smaller toes,
repeat the above: begin at the left side of occiput
This appears to be a lovely product except not so much for anyone who had electroshock. This and similar products employ Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) therapy. As described on the Patient and Scars pages, use of a TENS machine is likely to be a very unpleasant experience for a person who had electroshock treatment.
Tonic – Tissue E is widely available. It includes the three cell salts in Debility – Tissue B mentioned on the Resources page, and two additional phosphates. This tonic energy formula includes the phosphate cell salts related to minerals essential for strong effective blood cells, growth, repair, recovery, and healthy nervous systems.
Tissue E offers support for young, old and in between, especially when vitality is running a bit low or stress is presenting itself. For pain, fatigue, restlessness, physical tiredness, minor irritations, low fevers and various symptoms related to teething, puberty, aging and physical or mental stresses at any age.
Hylands’ versions of this tonic are Biochemic Phosphates and Nerve Tonic (for stress, nervousness, mental anxiousness, irritability, and the inability to concentrate).
Any of these three combos provide good support post electroshock, perhaps best used prior to each meal.
The author and Homeopath Kathryn Jones writes that 1 in 4 of us are affected by anxiety. But every body has post-traumatic stress disorder initiated at the time of the Big Bang by a belief in separation from God (we collectively imagined that we left heaven and then dreamed up this hell called life on earth).
- Each day, and every minute in each day, and every instant that each minute holds, you but relive the single instant when the time of terror took the place of love.
- That first trauma is re-triggered by various daily events (including electroshock).
All of humanity is affected by anxiety.
- The good news is that the belief in separation is a false belief and you are not your body.
While we collectively and gradually wake up, the Anxiety and Stress Relief product developed by Kathryn can be helpful for many of us and any who experienced electroshock. It comes with instructions for use and Kathryn freely provides counsel to customers. I have no commercial interest in the product or Kathryn’s business.
As illustrated here, the Shock Clock is likely inappropriate because it is worn (at the wrist) where most people who had electroshock have an invisible scar and the actual shock the clock delivers will trigger the trauma of electroshock. In the sense of waking it will work fine for most people, it’s just
- a very unpleasant way to wake up anyone who had electroshock.
The trauma of repeated electroshock strengthens depressive symptoms (fatigue, insomnia). You can observe Chronic Trauma Syndrome (aka Complex PTSD) unfold in almost real time; check in with Alycia on occasion. Alycia prefers electroshock and blogs about it.
- On March 8 Alycia began to wonder if the electroshock was not working.
- Her 3/21/16 strategy is to increase amphetamine use. What could possibly go wrong?
- As of April 6 electroshock seems less effective; depression remains, fatigue increasing (confirms what she suspected on March 8). The electroshock is working in the only way it can, trauma recurs with each shock. Alycia is not being helped, merely punished.