For less than the cost of a bottle of prescription meds or a counseling session, ‘AT EASE’ can be both an effective and efficacious tool for those seeking drug-free relief during difficult times.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
With the increase of documented veteran suicide and PTSD, the founder and author of Imadulation’s library of over 30 titles, Ellen Simon, M.S., M.Ed., a Dallas based psychotherapist has designed ‘AT EASE’ -- a guided imagery product providing “drills for stress, pain and sleep,” to help address the needs of veterans and their families.
As of June 2014, an estimated 700,000 Veterans are being treated for PTSD. As many Veterans are not aware of all available sources of help, we can only expect these figures to increase over time.
Guided imagery uses visualization and meditative techniques to send messages to the emotional control center of the brain -- which then affects the endocrine, immune and autonomic nervous systems and has been shown clinically to help interrupt the stress response cycle and optimize performance. “For less than the cost of a bottle of prescription meds or a counseling session, ‘AT EASE’ can be both an effective and efficacious tool for those seeking drug-free relief during difficult times,” says Simon.
‘AT EASE’ is a targeted, self–administered and portable mp3 player that contains guided imagery led by Simon’s soothing, soft voice -- directing listeners toward a state of deep relaxation, emotional calm and feelings of peace and tranquility.
Simon’s goal with 'AT EASE' is to help address the nation-wide PTSD epidemic by offering a cost effective, therapeutic product that appeals to both the private and public sectors as well as military service members and their families.
“AT EASE,” adds Simon, “will be made available for military and law enforcement professionals, their families and individuals who might work in austere environments to help ease stress, relieve pain and promote healthy sleep cycles.”
To learn more about ‘AT EASE’, please contact Ellen Simon at ellen(at)imadulation(dot)com or 972-880-0102.