find support through sophrology

the stressrelated to this trauma, and the isolation that this can generate then represent a significant load on the health mental and physique of these people. Indeed, this Post-traumatic stress can lead to sleep and eating disorders as well as health problems related to stress (muscular tensions, migraines, skin problems etc.). Over time, this can then become more extensive and lead to physical repercussions (diabetes, heart problems, autoimmune diseases, etc.).

If this SPT is therefore not treated, the symptoms can get worse and have a considerable impact on their daily lives. Subsequently, this type of disorder can actually develop into addiction, high blood pressure or even depression. When the SPT is not supported quickly it “tends to become chronic3 in a large number of cases, leading to harmful consequencess for the health ».

In order to avoid these risks, it is important for these people to have a “psychosocial support” (help focused on health mental and their social environment) where they can be accompanied and listened to. In fact, the sophrology is great support4 which contributes greatly to the recovery of people suffering from this syndrome.