HOW TO TREAT TRAUMA NATURALLY
Trauma is a type of damage to the mind that occurs as a result of a severely distressing event. Furthermore, trauma is often the result of an overwhelming amount of stress that exceeds one’s ability to cope, or integrate the emotions involved with that experience. The following treatments are:
Movement and Grounding:
Taking a walk in nature or sitting in a garden is calming, thereby helpful in treating trauma. There are acupressure points that calm and tonify your body-mind system.
Also, there are touch points on your body that can calm and bring you back to center in the midst of trauma.
When a person is experiencing fear, kidneys and bladder work overtime. Furthermore, this happens when you know that you can count on inner reserves or resources around you to be there when you need them. these reduces trauma.
Nourishing foods that come from earth element include root vegetables, as well as foods that are yellow and orange.
Someone You Trust:
Having someone be with you if even just in the same room or close by is helpful. Also, water Element needs to be heard for its fear, and also nourished through loving presence of listening.
Talk about what you fear, and what you need to feel safe to trust again. Be with people who make you feel safe.
Essential Oils, Herbs and Tea:
Beneficial essential oils for treating trauma include clary sage, lavender, orange, rose, chamomile, Ylang Ylang, Vetiver and Frankincense. Furthermore, these essential oils are both energizing ad calming in nature.
Besides that, i have used these essential oils first-hand in school settings with students. Also, administrators in the presence of anxiety-producing situations with issues related to accidents, attempted personal harm, grief and need for calming.
This was done with simple treatments of carrying tissues with oils in small plastic bags or placing the tissue in a fan or diffusers. Besides that, finding what works best for you is essential to your specific needs for the trauma.
Making a tea from herbs like chamomile at home will also offer comfort. Making a tea with rose petals or hawthorn will offer support for grieving and heartbreak. A tea with citrus especially orange peel is energizing and uplifting.
6. Creating Peace and Quiet:
Give yourself the time you need to rest, to cry when you need to, and take space for healing. Sleep allows you to cleanse toxins and stress from your system. Furthermore, keep the same routines that you have kept for your sleep schedule.
Create comfort in your living space. Wear and sleep in soft fabrics and find ways to bring gentleness into your living and work space. Even if it means carrying something in your pocket that connects you to a feeling of safety, create a loving space that goes with you.
Furthermore, it can be a picture of someone you love, a gentle message to yourself or from another person recorded on your cell phone. Also, a reminder of something that allows you to feel peace. Take a break daily to give yourself loving space for peace and quiet.
If you want, you can draw, write, sing, move, play an instrument or walk to express your inner process. Life is energy in motion.
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