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effects of trauma

Are you a trauma survivor?

Are you a Trauma survivor? Some of the most typical signs are that you may appear to be health, happy, and normal on the outside. On the inside, however, that could be an entirely different story. The truth is that on the inside, traumatic experiences can, do, and will often wreak havoc on an emotional and physical level. Furthermore, repeated exposure to trauma, whether it is repeated events or different events, will complicate things even more.

What are the initial reactions to trauma?

Some of the most common initial reactions to trauma include, but are not limited to: sadness, confusion, exhaustion, anxiety, aggravation, frustration, headaches, upset stomach, feeling numb, and more. Those having been exposed to trauma, can and often do continue on with daily life, but may limit themselves to various exposures where they may feel crowded, invisible, or center of attention. Instead, they often prefer to be alone, or in comfortable surroundings, doing normal, and often low-key daily tasks.

Additionally, if trauma continues being undealt with, the person involved may develop substantial health problems in the future. The physical health risks include such things as heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, cancer, stroke, and heart attack. The mental complications can also vary, from basic memory issues to full dissociative disorders.

What are the effects of childhood trauma?

The effects of childhood trauma, when left unattended, will carry over into adulthood and it will take a barrage of complications with it. Most commonly, the affected person may experience episodes of shame, guilt, anger, depression, an inability to rationally control their emotions, anxiety, and worry. There may also be a lack of trust with others, seeing themselves as being weak, inadequate, or ‘not good enough’, being self-critical, and may have a various degree of relationship-struggles. Each of these behaviors also carry their own complications which can intensify those feelings even more.

Eva Wells, 1st Choice Hypnosis

How does hypnosis help trauma survivors?

Hypnosis can greatly help trauma survivors to let go of the pain, hurt, and other negatively fixed emotions and thought patterns which have controlled them due to the events experienced. The good news is that positive, life-improving breakthroughs can occur. The method I offer provides you with the ability to be FREE from those negatively-controlling emotions in a safe, non-evasive, non-confrontational way… where you are the one who is and does remain in control at all times.

Are you ready to be free?

*NOTE: This information is not intended as being or as substitution for medical or mental treatment or diagnosis. This is purely informational for education purposes. If you are or have experienced problems due to trauma, you should contact your health care provider and openly form a conclusion with a set course of action with that person.

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