The Truth About Trauma and the Innovative Treatment That's Changing Lives
"There was a sense of peace. He was able to easily get up in the morning, feeling positive about what the day might hold instead of dread and negativity."
For years, post-traumatic stress (PTS) has been seen as an unbeatable mental health challenge with debilitating symptoms that are damaging to the way of life of those experiencing it. But in this new groundbreaking book, "The Invisible Machine," co-authors Dr. Eugene Lipov, Jamie Mustard, and in collaboration with Holly Lorincz interlace innovative science with moving human stories to reveal the breakthrough treatment that is changing lives.
Dr. Lipov's pioneering Dual Sympathetic Reset treats PTS as physical injury to the body caused by trauma; rather than viewing it as a disorder. The book features stories from warriors, prisoners, abuse survivors, and everyday citizens whose lives have been transformed by the Dual Sympathetic Reset and the science behind it.
"The Invisible Machine" offers a new understanding of emotional trauma and mental health challenges and how innovative treatments are shaping the future of medicine, mental health, and society at large.
The Dual Sympathetic Reset
"The [DSR] injections had made her feel empowered, able to do what was needed—or what was wanted—without worrying about backlash. She was experiencing joy again, reveling in happiness."
The Dual Sympathetic Reset is a series of two quick injections of an anesthetic medication that help to calm the nervous system and reset an overactive fight or flight system. When the fight or flight mode is activated, it prepares itself to deal with a perceived threat or danger, which can lead to physical and psychological symptoms.
Remaining in a continual state of over-activation can cause an array of physical and mental health challenges. Individuals whose fight or flight system has become chronically activated may experience symptoms like:
- Rapid heartbeat
- Increased breathing rate
- Elevated blood pressure
- Heightened senses
- Feeling tense or on edge
- Difficulty concentrating
- Panic Attacks
- Pervasive feelings of dread
- Irritability or anger
- Nausea, upset stomach, or diarrhea
- Trouble sleeping
The Dual Sympathetic Reset can relieve debilitating symptoms of emotional trauma and mental health challenges, sometimes within 20 minutes. Those that have received the Dual Sympathetic Reset often feel a sense of "calmness" and that a "weight has been lifted."
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