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Healing Trauma through Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) and Setting the Frequencies Right for Veterans with PTSD and Autism

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Magnetic Therapy for PTSD and Autism

Healing Trauma through Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) and setting the frequency right can be such a benefit for Veterans with PTSD and children or adults with Autism. It's had such a high impact on healing trauma, that The National Institute of Health has made MRT research a priority throwing in all the bells and whistles.


Trauma comes in many ways. Whether its through PTSD, physical or emotional, a person can have a traumatic experience or just physical trauma. Trauma can resonate in a body or brain in a different ways, more than we understand. Either way, PTSD and Autism has some connections of brain frequency dysfunction that MRT seems to help.

Shell shock or battle fatigue syndrome, is a serious condition that can develop after a person has experienced or witnessed a traumatic or terrifying event in which serious physical harm occurred or was threatened.

In an abstract by the National Institute of Health here, a study was conducted on PTSD for trauma healing with frequency. It reflects that PTSD it is such a disabling disorder that it changes the electroencephalogram (EEG) frequency, decreases alpha power and can cause disease and pathological changes in the body. In other words, their frequency is off balance and can cause other factors to offset the body and brain by disabling healing. With MRT therapy and diet, these changes can benefit a person with PTSD.

Simple Diet for PTSD
• The diet plan should include foods that are high in vitamin B12, gaba and amino acid that helps treat anxiety and depression.
• Avoid processed foods, fatty foods, caffeine, refined sugar, and refined flours.
• When there is agitation, irritation, mood swings, and depression, the herb kava may help.
• Valerian, chamomile, and suma also have a positive effect when used in a daily diet.

Similarly, Autism is categorized as a neurodevelopmental disorder, which delays and interrupts normal cognitive development and expression.

In Autism, the trauma is treated similarly with body and brain frequency. The technology developed at The Brain Treatment Center, is a non-invasive and painless treatment. Magnetic Resonance Therapy combines EEG, brain stimulation, Neurofeedback, EKG and other biometric techniques to provide a highly customized treatment personalized to how a patient’s brain takes in, processes, and communicates information. With MRT and diet, these changes can benefit a person with Autism.

The MRT treatment directly addresses neural deficits common in autism and directs brain activity towards a more neurotypical state. In other words, MRT is being used to treat the brain's frequency to bring it into harmony.

What is Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT)
Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) is an unconventional medical practice that regenerates cells through exposure to electromagnetic pulses.

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Fortunately, technology has advanced enough to offer alternatives such as Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) for PTSD and Autism folks. MRT is breaking the barriers of the body and brain frequency so advanced that The National Institute of Health made MRT a research priority. That says a lot! Just in 3 studies alone, they are learning more on PTSD as follows:

Abstract here, September 19, 2018 Brain circuit dysfunction in post-traumatic stress disorder: from mouse to man

Abstract here, November 29, 2017 Aberrant brain response after auditory deviance in PTSD compared to trauma controls: An EEG study

Abstract here, June 6, 2016 PTSD, a Disorder with an Immunological Component

Although this may sound like Magnetic Resonance Therapy is cutting edge, it has actually been available throughout the world since the mid 1900’s.

I personally found it intriguing that Veterinarians were the first medical doctors allowed to utilize this therapy in practice and it was commonly used to speed the healing process of fractured bones for racehorses. So, it’s a sure bet, with money on the line like that, that it’s worth it to consider magnetic resonance!

MRT is being used to get the brain frequency normalized into harmony, used in pain management and to combat inflammation, relax muscles and accelerates healing of bones and tissue. It helps with blood and tissue oxygenation, which stimulates circulation, helps with sleep quality, regulates cholesterol and blood pressure levels leading to an overall uptake in energy. MR therapy can increase motion, reduce surgery related muscle loss, increase nerve regeneration and capillary formation leading to quicker recovery times from multitudes of injuries and procedures. It has also been found to heal fibromyalgia and other auto-immune disorders. The possibilities are endless.

Fortunately, for a person experiencing trauma repeatedly and who has a harder time “coming out” of it, MRT is a possible solution. No one person’s experience is the same, but it’s important to see when a person has trauma we offer help, especially our beloved Veterans and Autism folks.

There are high hopes on the insurmountable effects that MRT offers to assist and heal many, not just with PTSD and Autism, but also with others who have inflammation and dis-eases.

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