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Reiki for the Treatment of Concussions.

           
 
           Reiki for the Treatment of Concussions
 
By Marybeth McKinnon Lang RN
Traditional Reiki Master 
 
    Have you ever bumped your head while getting out of your car, and the pain makes you curse? It hurts, it hurts a lot. Fortunately when we get a bump on the head it tends to be on the surface, so it is the skull that takes the hit. Some fast rubbing of the area and maybe some ice, if you get an egg-like bump, can take care of it. Hopefully when we bump our heads the brain is not affected adversely, but, for the moment it does it hurt and can send us reeling into another personality we don't recognize.
       Now let’s take this a little further. Imagine hitting your head so forcefully that you see stars or have an out-of-body experience where you are not really sure what just happened or where you are? This is more than just a head bump, this is an experience where the brain has been jostled intensely. This is a concussion.
   What is the definition of a concussion? The Center for Disease Control defines a concussion as " a type of traumatic brain injury, or TBI caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Concussions can also occur from a fall or a blow to the body that causes the head and brain to move quickly back and forth."  The CDC goes on to say "Health care professionals may describe a concussion as a "mild" brain injury because concussions are usually not life threatening. Even so, their effects can be serious." 
   In recent years more attention has been given to the occurrence of concussions, especially in sports like Football, Soccer and Hockey. Any contact sport produces the propensity for concussion. So what can be done to help athletes and others who sustain concussions heal?  
   The conventional treatment is rest and prevention of further trauma to the head so that the cells will heal on their own. If there has been a bleed to the brain as the result of head injury, then surgery may be indicated. Most concussions don't seem to cause bleeding to the brain so surgery is fortunately not the indication. So what about the post-concussive symptoms? The headaches, the visual disturbances, dizziness, memory problems, transposing of numbers, and the list goes on. Rest is the conventional key of course. What most people are not aware of is a treatment that can help the body to achieve the rest it needs in order to heal properly. This treatment is Reiki therapy.
  Reiki is a gentle yet powerful, hands treating of the energy field of the body.  It stimulates the body's own natural healing abilities so that the jostled brain cells recover more rapidly than without Reiki. Reiki has been called medicine for the bio-field . It is. While receiving a Reiki treatment the existing energy field of your body is renewed and the relaxation response is stimulated . As the body relaxes, the innate ability of the body to heal naturally is heightened. Your physical body responds to this healing of the energy field by returning itself to a balanced state and with this you know you have found a key to feeling better.
    Each person will have different symptoms from a concussion depending on many factors, some of which are age, force of impact or if they have sustained concussions previously. Whether it is your first or 5th concussion, Reiki goes to work helping to relieve concussion symptoms and heals on many levels.
     Reiki practice has been utilized as a natural way to recover from illness and injury in the United States since 1973. Fortunately for all of us, the western medical world has become more accepting of alternative/complementary forms of healthcare. Reiki is now recognized by the American Nurses Association as an accepted form of nursing practice. Once you have experienced a Reiki session you will understand why. Since this is natural healing, one should keep up the practice of Reiki until your symptoms resolve which will be sooner and better than if you utilize rest only. Get with a Reiki program to help you heal from a concussion or take a class and learn how to help yourself heal better from trauma.   
 
     Healthy, focused and successful in life is what we want.  Reiki can help us to achieve this. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

29 Comments to Reiki for the Treatment of Concussions.:

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First Aid Training on Monday, January 28, 2013 12:48 AM
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AngelicReiki on Monday, January 28, 2013 12:28 PM
Thank you for your comment First Aid Training. Reiki is one of the best tools to use in First Aid. It is not a substitute for medical attention when needed but always add it as part of the healing prescription!
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lasik on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 11:26 PM
Reiki treats the Concussions very effectively and I know this after reading your post in which you have discussed this nicely.


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Reiki is one of the best procedure for the Treatment of Concussions. It has lots of benefits and some of them are beautifully described in this article.


telfast on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 5:52 AM
Great review you have shared on Reiki for the treatment of Concussions. Thanks for your healthy support on this issue.
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Marybeth McKinnon Lang on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 8:21 AM
Telfast thank you for your comment. Hawayo Takata who was the first trained Reiki Master outside Japan,who also introduced Reiki practice to America, would say do Reiki, Just keep doing Reiki. This healing for the energy field is what stimulates the body and brain to heal itself.


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Marybeth McKinnon Lang on Wednesday, March 06, 2013 8:41 PM
Thank you my next blog will be out soon! Please spread the news about Reiki for concussions. You may be helping someone heal from a devastating head trauma.


ivoryresearch.net on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 11:40 PM
In the body of the essay, all the preparation up to this point comes to fruition. The topic you have chosen must now be explained, described, or argued.
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Marybeth McKinnon Lang on Wednesday, March 06, 2013 8:38 PM
Thank you for your comment Ivoryresearch.net. I agree that Reiki must be explained well for people to understand its essence. For most people to understand Reiki they must be willing to experience it to understand it. Traditional Reiki practice, which was brought out of Japan in 1938, to Hawaii then to the United States in the 1970's, is a pure, divinely guided energy that comes from the heart of the universe. Its intention is to help ourselves and others improve the energy flow through our energy fields so as to stimulate and enhance our body's ability to heal itself. It wants to create balance in the body and help renew injured tired cells. When utilizing Reiki practice for concussions the renewed energy goes to work rebalancing the cells of the brain. The effects are felt very soon after commenced. Try it for it will never harm, it can only help when the person providing the treatment is qualified and experienced in the application.


Quiet Mind on Thursday, April 25, 2013 4:52 AM
Thanks for sharing the treatment with us, It must have been a great help for the people who suffer from concussions.
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thermage treatment in melbourne on Sunday, May 05, 2013 10:07 PM
Reiki for the Treatment of Concussions is a good title with many useful information. thanks for explaining Concussions with such a great detail.
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Marybeth McKinnon Lang on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 10:56 AM
Thank you for your comment love having fans of natural healing like Reiki!


The woodlands landscaping on Monday, July 22, 2013 3:22 AM
I am really impressed to read this part of the article are shown bellow. "In recent years more attention has been given to the occurrence of concussions, especially in sports like Football, Soccer and Hockey. Any contact sport produces the propensity for concussion. So what can be done to help athletes and others who sustain concussions heal? The conventional treatment is rest and prevention of further trauma to the head so that the cells will heal on their own. If there has been a bleed to the brain as the result of head injury, then surgery may be indicated. Most concussions don't seem to cause bleeding to the brain so surgery is fortunately not the indication. So what about the post-concussive symptoms? The headaches, the visual disturbances, dizziness, memory problems, transposing of numbers, and the list goes on. Rest is the conventional key of course. What most people are not aware of is a treatment that can help the body to achieve the rest it needs in order to heal properly. This treatment is Reiki therapy.'
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pigmentation treatment on Wednesday, September 04, 2013 1:47 AM
I have never read such quality content about reiki and I wants to appreciate your writing skill to discuss it in such a great way. great sharing!!!!
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Marybeth McKinnon Lang on Saturday, September 28, 2013 1:47 PM
Thank you for your kind comment. I attribute my knowledge of Reiki practice from the expert Traditional Training I received, as well as the immense work I do in studying the effects of Reiki practice on difficult medical issues that baffle medical doctors. When I see positive results continue to happen with Reiki treatment of the energy field it is so wonderful. People who have not incorporated Reiki practice into their lives are missing out on so much. Hopefully for them not for long. Peace.


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Reiki is the treatment that is widely performed treatment in these days and offering lots of benefits. You can achieve a relaxing and energized body after this treatment.
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Thermage on Friday, December 13, 2013 4:43 AM
Reiki is among the ancient treatment available it is so effective and i like that you are sharing about this treatment in such a nice manner,great going,keep it up..
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Facial Restoration Surgery on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 2:56 AM
Reiki is a procedure which is used to resolve various health related problems. I must appreciate the whole article. Looking forward for such impressive sharing.
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Nurse on Sunday, January 03, 2016 11:44 AM
Sadly, many people overlook the severity and seriousness of the concussion. Such a mistake.
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Marybeth on Sunday, June 19, 2016 10:11 AM
I agree.


Excalibur on Tuesday, January 05, 2016 6:57 PM
Concussions are consistently overlooked. This is sad! Just look at the NFL! It needs to be taken much more serious.
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Marybeth on Sunday, June 19, 2016 10:10 AM
They are absolutely overlooked and not taken seriously enough. Every person who receives a blow to the head should immediately visit a good Reiki practitioner and get treatment. This way the injured or jostled brain cells will have a good chance of recovering better and sooner.


Billy Jean Crawford on Tuesday, January 05, 2016 6:58 PM
Football injuries are mostly related to concussions
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Marybeth on Sunday, June 19, 2016 10:06 AM
Most football injuries are musculo skeletal but a concussion can come along with the blow to the body since the brain can get josteled as well. So this may be very true.

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