Combat Veterans, PTSD and Low Testosterone

I've been doing a lot of my own research on this topic for about 8 months off and on. For sake of not having a long title I kept out Police, Fire and EMT. Don't think for a minute that our local 1st responders are not prone to this problem as well. Let's dig in.

PTSD Is A Choice. There’s Another Option.

Having been involved, passionately, in the PTSD debacle over the past 18 months what I've learned is what the title says, "PTSD is a choice".  Stating this to most people who have been diagnosed will strongly disagree without hesitation. Why? Because most everyone feels there is no alternative. You're broke, you can't be fixed so …

Why I Take Kyani for PTG

The answer is simple. It’s for proper oxygenation throughout my body. Primarily, the Amygdala, but for many other reasons as well. As I’ve increased the breadth and depth of my own personal research on PTSD, anxiety and depression I’ve stumbled across quite a few very interesting articles and medical papers. Along with that, I’ve also …

We All Walk The Path of Life

I am on a path. That path is called "Warrior PATHH" and I was introduced to this at Boulder Crest Retreat in February 2017. The path never ends and if embraced, the path leads to understanding past experiences and welcoming new experiences with more knowledge of self and preparation for receiving the unknown. The more …

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