SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Brain State Technologies(TM), (http://www.brainstatetech.com) along with its participating affiliate offices worldwide announced today free help for returning soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan.
The VA has seen a tenfold increase in PTSD cases in the last year. According to the VA, more than 37,000 Vets of Iraq and Afghanistan are suffering from Mental Health disorders, and more than 16,000 have already been diagnosed with PTSD.
"After training with Brain State Technologies(TM) (BST) I'm sleeping better than ever and my irritability/anger has decreased significantly," says SGT. Dan F., U.S. Army 10th Mtn. Div. "The best thing about this technology is that I never had to mention a thing about my combat experiences as BST is not a 'talk' solution."
BST(TM) provides individual clients a structured, personalized approach to help create positive life change and overcome symptoms of PTSD, such as depression, flashbacks, difficulty sleeping, and chemical/alcohol dependency.
Over 4,000 people have found Brain State Conditioning(TM) helpful in eliminating or drastically reducing their physical and emotional difficulties. Clients have also reported positive results with sports performance, ADD, pain mitigation, sleep disorders, stress relief, and more.
Participation is completely confidential and participants will receive a free assessment and up to sixteen free training sessions through November 30, 2007. To be eligible participants must have returned from either Afghanistan or Iraq within the past 24 months and have served in a combat or in a rear echelon support unit.
CONTACT: Ryan Allen of Brain State Technologies, +1-480-588-6840, firstname.lastname@example.org
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