Tag Archives: anxiety

YouTube Episode #12 Understanding support…

Welcome to PTSD Bunker Gear For Your Brain Just a little chat about Self-Help tips on PTSD.  Some Self-Help tips and hints to give you a winning edge against a disorder that has so many not knowing where to turn.  PTSD is no different than any problem, most of the time the correct answer to… Read More »

I filmed my ptsd episode

Earlier this week I massively dipped because of my Ptsd, I had a major episode because of this, for the first time ever I filmed my ptsd episode, I filmed it to show that I’m not a violent person. This is what a ptsd episode can look like. MERCHENDICE: FIRST EDITION OF BOOK 1 (get… Read More »

8 Ways To Naturally Reduce Anxiety

We have more control than we realize. Visit my blog for more information♥ My SOCIAL MEDIA ♥FACEBOOK♥ ♥TWITTER♥ ♥TUMBLR♥ ♥Email♥ pokingholeschannel@gmail.com Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional nor am I an academic expert on Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) or complex post traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD). I am here to share my story, both… Read More »

7 Tips to Stop Hypervigilence from PTSD

Hypervigilance is extreme or excessive vigilance : the state of being highly or abnormally alert to potential danger or threat. This can be caused by PTSD, anxiety or even paranoia (associated with another mental illness). It can cause us to be extremely sensitive to our surroundings, and even perceive dangers that are not real (ie.… Read More »

PTSD ANXIETY & social media

I TALK ABOUT MY FEELINGS ON PEOPLE VIDEO TAPING OTHERS AND AND THE UGLY SIDE OF PEOPLE WHEN THEY DON’T GET THEIR WAY IN GAINING CONTROL. JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN FILM IT , DOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD .THIS IS WHY SO MANY PEOPLE SUFFER FROM DEPRESSION AND PTSD ANXIETY BECAUSE PEOPLE DON’T RESPECT BOUNDARIES. Source:… Read More »

Soft-spoken How to cope with Negative thoughts/Anxiety/PTSD/BPD

How I cope with Borderline Personally Disorder, Anxiety, Post-tramatic Stress Disorder and Negative thoughts. This is my first video and I am terrible at editing and shot this very early in the morning so I’m spacey and this is highly unstructured but I mention many useful things to help. Let me know what helps you?… Read More »

PTSD clinical trial with AtEase glasses conducted by Dr James Tuorila, Ph.D.

Working with patients suffering from PTSD for over 30 years, Dr. James Tuorila has tested AtEase with his patients and found strong and positive outcomes. Dr. Turoila is now embarking on a clinical study in the summer of 2018. Source: Youtube

Airing Pain 82: Pain, PTSD and Perfume

The emotional and physical impacts of injury and how to cope with them. This edition is supported by Forces in Mind Trust and the MacRobert Trust. In the third instalment of our Airing Pain miniseries on military veterans living with pain we focus on the relationship between pain and psychological wellbeing. Anxiety, fear and anger… Read More »