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Trauma

Time To Recalibrate

Welcome to the transformative journey of trauma release and emotional healing. The mind mechanic method focuses on guiding the release of anchors that impact your behaviors, decisions, emotions, and desires. By recognising and managing these emotions, you can begin to let go of past memories and pain. Through our consultations, we will discuss your unique journey and start the process of rediscovering the real you. Whether through online sessions or face-to-face meetings, our aim is to support you in reclaiming your life from the lingering effects of trauma. It's time to embark on a path towards emotional freedom and well-being.

What is Emotional Trauma?

 

Emotional trauma refers to the psychological and emotional response to a distressing or disturbing event or series of events. It is an individual's emotional experience of an event that overwhelms their ability to cope or feel in control, leaving them feeling helpless, frightened, or threatened. Emotional trauma can result from various experiences such as verbal abuse, shock, physical abuse, sexual abuse, violence, accidents, natural disasters, or witnessing traumatic events.

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What are the types of emotional trauma?

Emotional trauma can manifest in various forms. Some common types of emotional trauma include:

  1. Acute trauma: This type of trauma results from a single traumatic event, such as a car accident or an assault.

  2. Chronic trauma: Chronic trauma occurs due to repeated exposure to distressing events, such as ongoing abuse, bullying, or living in a war zone.

  3. Complex trauma: Complex trauma involves multiple and prolonged traumatic experiences, often beginning in childhood. It can result from various forms of abuse, neglect, or dysfunctional family environments.

  4. Developmental trauma: Developmental trauma refers to traumatic experiences that occur during critical periods of a person's development, such as childhood abuse or neglect, and can have long-lasting effects.

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What is PTSD?

PTSD stands for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. It is a mental health condition that can develop in individuals who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. PTSD can cause a range of symptoms, including flashbacks, nightmares, intrusive thoughts, hyperarousal, avoidance of reminders of the trauma, and emotional numbness. It can significantly impact a person's daily functioning and quality of life.

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Can emotions get trapped in the body due to trauma?

A: Yes, emotional trauma can sometimes manifest as physical sensations or symptoms in the body. When someone experiences intense emotions during a traumatic event, their body's natural stress response can activate. If the person is unable to process or release these emotions effectively, they may become "stuck" or "trapped" in the body. This can manifest as chronic pain, tension, digestive issues, headaches, or other physical symptoms.

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Can trauma contribute to fibromyalgia?

While the exact causes of fibromyalgia are not fully understood, research suggests that trauma, both physical and emotional, can contribute to the development or worsening of fibromyalgia symptoms. Emotional trauma, particularly if it is chronic or severe, can increase stress levels, disrupt the body's natural stress response systems, and contribute to the development of chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia. However, it is important to note that not all individuals with fibromyalgia have a history of trauma, and not all individuals who experience trauma develop fibromyalgia.

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