Have you ever felt like PTSD has tied your tapestry in so many knots that you’ll never get untangled? And even as you pick away at the knots, PTSD is busy tying you up in another place. It’s exhausting, demoralizing, and hope-devouring.
Trauma and PTSD often cause nightmares so terrifying that it’s impossible to go back to sleep. But you need your sleep to heal. What are you going to do?
Insomnia is common among people who have PTSD. But a rested mind and body are powerful tools for healing other PTSD symptoms. How can you get that elusive “good night’s rest”?