Psychologists have been dreaming about the idea of a cure for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for ages. Today, this vision is becoming more of a reality. The idea of intervention following a traumatic event in attempt to prevent PTSD is a topic that has received little investigation. However, scientists are beginning to perform more intense experiments pertaining to human emotion and psychology. They are conducting experiments on a certain procedure, which involves an anti-adrenaline drug wherewith traumatic events are no longer inexplicably painful- with a procedure such as this we are moving closer to emotional immunity. These procedures, whose magnitude is so great that it changes the very way our bodies deal with certain emotions, should not be conducted in todayâ€™s society, nor any society in the years to come.
WHAT IS PTSD AND HOW DOES PROPRANOLOL HELP?
PTSD is a psychological sickness that is caused by traumatic events. These events cause the body to send enormous amounts of epinephrine (a.k.a. adrenalin) to the brain causing the body to perform above its usual condition. These hormones cause the heart