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How Freespira is Breaking Down Barriers to Treatment for PTSD Symptoms

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There are a lot of reasons people with PTSD don’t get the help they need. Some don’t realize — or believe — that they can be helped. Others are concerned about current treatment options. Medications can cause side effects, and exposure therapy may force you to re-live your trauma.

It’s true that medications do help some people with PTSD. But they aren’t right for everyone. They can cause side effects like headaches, dizziness, and nausea. Some patients say they feel like a “zombie” due to some medications.

Even when people want treatments like therapy and medication, care isn’t always easy to come by. Depending on where you live, it can be hard to find doctors and therapists who have experience with PTSD. If you do find a good one, it can be hard to get an appointment. Never mind getting time off work, finding childcare, or getting a ride.

In a survey, veterans with PTSD averaged three of these barriers to getting treatment.

It shouldn’t be so hard. Freespira is the one FDA-cleared treatment that eliminates many of the most common challenges to getting treatment.

With Freespira there’s no need to:

  • Wait for hard-to-schedule appointments
  • Get transportation to care
  • Find a provider who is located close by
  • Leave home for appointments

 

Freespira is a completely at home treatment. And it only takes 4 weeks to complete the treatment and feel relief from PTSD symptoms.

If you’re already using medication or therapy for PTSD symptoms and haven’t gotten the relief you’d hoped for, Freespira can be used alongside these treatments as well.

Don’t wait. Reach out to a member of our team today to find out if Freespira is right for you.

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