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Ibogaine Therapy For PTSD


Many people who struggle with addiction also experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD is a common condition among individuals who have gone through traumatic experiences, such as violence, abuse, injury, terrorism, or losthe s of a loved one. Although PTSD is frequently overlooked and not well-understood, it can greatly affect a person’s mental and emotional health. However, ibogaine therapy for PTSD has made great strides where traditional therapy has failed, due to its effects on the brain.


At Iboga Root Sanctuary (Ibogaine Treatment UK) we comprehend the relationship between addiction and PTSD and take a comprehensive approach to treat both conditions. Our psychological evaluations allow us to determine if PTSD is also present in a client’s addiction so that we can address it accordingly.


Our treatment centre provides two major benefits for individuals with PTSD. Firstly, under full medical supervision, we provide ibogaine treatments to help surface and process memories that are deeply buried in the subconscious. Our in-house ACLS-trained team will attend to all of your needs, ensuring your maximum safety and well-being.


Secondly, our luxury accommodation in the Alentejo region of Portugal provides a serene and peaceful environment, away from triggers that can cause PTSD symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, detachment, aggression, insomnia, and more.


PTSD is a complex condition that is not always well understood or effectively treated. It can show itself in various forms, including emotional numbness, nightmares, social dysfunction, and difficulties in forming close relationships. At Ibogaine Treatment UK, we aim to shed light on the true nature of PTSD and provide hope for those who have been affected by it. With the proven benefits of ibogaine therapy for PTSD and our holistic approach, many of our clients have reported improvements in their relationships, therapy outcomes, self-compassion, and overall feelings of fear and anxiety.