Life is made up of experiences, memories, and beliefs. Trauma can hold you back. Release the wounds trauma leaves behind and live the life you came here to live
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THE ADVANCING HEART PROTOCOL®
When a person experiences a traumatic event, adrenaline rushes through the body, and the memory is imprinted into the amygdala, which is part of the limbic system. The amygdala holds the emotional significance of the event, including the intensity and impulse of emotion. The Advancing Heart Protocol™ releases the intensity of the emotion and resets the system.
An evidence-based, highly effective protocol releases emotional charge in minutes and leaves you calm, relaxed, and trauma-free.
Read the science behind it here.
There are many symptoms of trauma;
depression, anxiety, mood swings, overreacting, difficulties managing stress, trusting people, feeling the world is a dangerous place, always on the alert, insomnia, to name but a few
WHAT IS CHILDHOOD TRAUMA?
Childhood trauma is an event, situation, or environment you experienced as a child that left you feeling vulnerable and like you couldn’t count on the world or other people to keep you safe.
We all experience childhood trauma, it's part of life.
HOW DOES TRAUMA IMPACT MY BRAIN?
Severe emotional trauma causes lasting changes in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex region of the brain that is responsible for regulating emotional responses triggered by the amygdala. Specifically, this region regulates negative emotions such as fear that occur when confronted with specific stimuli
HOW DOES THE BODY HOLD TRAUMA?
The energy of the trauma is stored in our bodies' tissues (primarily muscles and fascia) until it can be released. This stored trauma typically leads to pain and progressively erodes a body's health. Emotions are the vehicles the body relies on to find balance after a trauma.