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Using Meditation to Soften the Pain of Polytrauma

Polytrauma, as the name suggests, is when an individual sustains multiple traumatic injuries, including: hearing loss, loss of limbs, blindness, broken bones, burns… Polytrauma is common among soldiers and those serving our country in the armed forces. It is often the result of injuries from an improvised explosive device or a rocket-propelled grenade. The pain that comes […]

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Veterans Dealing with PTSD: Meditation Can Help

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a very serious mental illness, and depression is one of the major symptoms, along with stress and anxiety. PTSD typically affects people who have gone through a physically and/or emotionally traumatic experience, especially soldiers. As surprising as it may seem, more soldiers die from suicide than combat these days. Depression […]

Veterans Returning Home from War: Stress Relief Through Meditation

It is not uncommon for war veterans to experience what’s known as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after they return home from active duty. PTSD is a debilitating anxiety disorder that leaves its victims feeling stressed out, haunted, and hyper-anxious even when there is no immediate threat or danger in sight. The torment of constantly feeling […]


Meditation for Veterans with PTSD

Instances of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been documented as far back as 490 BC. In America, it has been a prevalent issue among returning veterans since before the Vietnam War. The anxiety related disorder is not limited to veterans, it also affects people who have experienced an event often relating to injury, death or […]