Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol has been designed specifically to help your body overcome PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).


PTSD Sound Therapy

Are you or someone you love suffering from PTSD and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including PTSD with our sound therapies .


Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing.  Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.

Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our PTSD sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.

Our PTSD sound therapy helps by:

  • Reducing your negative thoughts, helping with nightmares and irritability to name just a few.
  • Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
  • Aligns and opens your Chakra system
  • Opens and cleans up your meridians
  • Helps your body heal itself


Don’t think you’re alone, following a traumatic event; almost everyone experiences at least some of the symptoms of PTSD.

It’s very common to have bad dreams, feel fearful or numb, and find it difficult to stop thinking about what happened. But for most people, these symptoms are short-lived. They may last for several days or even weeks, but they gradually lift. However, if you have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the symptoms don’t decrease. You don’t feel a little better each day. In fact, you may start to feel worse. But PTSD doesn’t always develop in the hours or days following a traumatic event, although this is most common. For some people, the symptoms of PTSD take weeks, months, or even years to develop. And, the standard fare for this disorder is antidepressants and psychotherapy. But since you are here, on our site, I am willing to bet that you are looking for a more natural or holistic cure. Am I right?

Welcome to Universal Sound Therapy, we provide sound therapy for PTSD. You may or may not have heard about sound therapy, there are all kinds, from choirs singing, water falling and wonderful music drifting through your mind filled with subliminal messages. We are not that, our scientifically designed frequencies remind your body of its correct frequency allowing it to make changes and heal itself. Sounds pretty good doesn’t it. You see, scientists have been able to measure and reproduce the exact frequencies that all the parts of your body resonate at.

Every thing in us has a set frequency, your heart; lungs, muscles, brain, everything, and when it is at that frequency you are healthy and feel good. Our sound therapy reminds all those parts of your body that are associated with PTSD where they should be, and after receiving those frequencies, your body makes the needed changes to get in tune. Your body and mind want to heal and they want to feel much better.

We have been involved in sound therapy for the past five years and have many clients that are healthier and happier now then they were before they met us. Our method of therapy is effective and very easy to use. Just sit back, relax, read a book or take a nap, put on your headphones and let the vibrational frequencies in.

We hope you will give our Universal Sound PTSD Therapy a try, you have nothing to lose and we have even taken away any worries with our 90 day guarantee. Because, we can’t guarantee our therapy will work for everyone, if it doesn’t work, send it back and we will gladly refund your money. That should reduce some of your worries and help you feel better.

Do you remember the last time your doctor gave you money back when what he/she prescribed didn’t work, or the pharmacy gave you money back because the pills they sold you just didn’t do the trick. We are not in the business of empty promises and we don’t want your money if our therapy does not work.

Try our Universal Sound Therapy on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Therapy. You can heal yourself and feel much better.

Short Description of PTSD

In the years following WW1 and WW2, PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder has been known to have many names including, “shell shock” and “combat fatigue.” The truth is PTSD is not confined to veterans of war alone.  It can occur to anyone regardless of nationality, culture, age or ethnicity. PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that happens to people that has been exposed to extreme traumatic events such as war, natural disaster, accidents, rape or other personal assault.

Symptoms of PTSD

The symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder may be characterized into 4 categories depending on severity.

  • Intrusive symptoms – involuntary memories, distressing nightmares, flashbacks of the traumatic event
  • Avoiding reminders – avoidance of events, activities and places or objects associated with the traumatic event
  • Negative thoughts – these include distorted and ongoing beliefs regarding oneself or others. Horror, anger, shame or guilt and ongoing fear
  • Arousal and reactive symptoms – these include angry outbursts, irritability, self-destructiveness, insomnia and trouble focusing

Etiology of PTSD

Basically any person can develop PTSD at any age. Veterans of war,  victims of catastrophic events such as natural disasters, children and individuals that have undergone extreme physical or sexual abuse, or other serious events.  Based on data from the National Center for PTSD, 7 or 7 out of every 100 people shall experience some form of PTSD during the course of their lives. Between the sexes, women are more likely to have PTSD than men and genes do play a role why some people develop the condition more than others.  Consequently, not everybody that has been exposed to a traumatic event develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Some individuals develop PTSD when a family member or a close friend undergoes trauma or harm. A sudden unexpected death of a loved one or family member or friend can trigger symptoms of PTSD.

As a rule,  not everyone who undergoes severe trauma or a life-changing event may develop symptoms of PTSD. As a matter of fact, most people will not develop symptoms of the condition. Why is this so? A lot of factors play a role in the development of PTSD. There are also resilience factors that help reduce the risk of development of the condition.

Risk Factors

  • Surviving a traumatic or dangerous event
  • Getting physical, sexually or emotionally hurt
  • Witnessing another person get hurt or seeing a corpse
  • Trauma in childhood
  • Feeling of helplessness, extreme fear and trauma
  • Lack of social and emotional support after the event
  • Having to face additional stress after the traumatic event such as demise of a loved one, injury or pain, loss of livelihood and home
  • History of mental disability or illness and substance abuse

Factors Promoting Recovery after Trauma

  • Seeking support from family or friends
  • Discovering a support group after the traumatic event
  • Discovering again how to feel good about one’s self and actions in the face of danger
  • Possessing a positive coping mechanism or a means of getting through the traumatic event and learning lessons from it
  • Having the ability to be able to act and respond promptly and effectively in spite of the fear

Diagnosing PTSD

Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder usually occur within 3 months after the traumatic event but in some conditions it can take years afterwards. The symptoms should manifest itself continuously for more than a month and should be severe enough that the patient is no longer able to work or the symptoms have interfered with relationships.  Recovery usually occurs within 6 months while in some, the symptoms can last longer. Some patients develop chronic PTSD.

In order to be diagnosed with PTDS, an adult should have at least all of the following symptoms for 30 days or more:

  • Presence of at least one re-experiencing symptom
  • Presence of at least one avoidance symptom
  • Presence of at least two arousal and reactivity symptoms
  • At least a couple of cognition and mood symptoms

Re-Experiencing Symptoms are:

  • Flashbacks – patient continuously relive the trauma over and over, and includes physical manifestations such as cold sweats and palpitations
  • Nightmares
  • Frightening thoughts

Re-experiencing symptoms must be so severe that they already affect the person’s day-to-day routine.  The symptoms may begin from the patient’s own feelings and thoughts. Situations, objects and even words that remind the person of the event can trigger the symptoms.

Avoidance Symptoms are:

  • Distancing from places, activities, objects and events that can remind the patient of the experience
  • Avoidance of feelings related to the event

Events or situations that remind the victim of the traumatic even may trigger avoidance symptoms. The symptoms can induce a change in the person’s daily routine. For example, a bad car accident can lead a person that regularly drives to avoid driving or getting into a vehicle entirely.

Arousal and Reactivity Symptoms are:

  • Getting easily startled
  • An on the “edge” or “tense” feeling all the time
  • Insomnia
  • Angry outbursts

Symptoms of arousal are usually constant as opposed to being merely triggered by events that remind them of the traumatic experience. The symptoms make the patient feel angry and stressed and may hinder them from accomplishing routine tasks such as eating and sleeping.

Cognition and Mood Symptoms are:

  • Poor memory of traumatic event
  • Persistent negative thought of the world and self
  • Misplaced feelings of blame and guilt
  • Lack of interest in pleasurable activities

These symptoms may start or worsen after the traumatic event but are not related to substance abuse or injury. The symptoms can make the person feel alienated and detached from family and friends.


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