Red Alert! Mental Trauma Therapy

Their treatment and appropriate training in trauma therapy for health practitioners (HPs and HPPs) stress hormones: such as aircraft fuel in the blood have you already seen this? The overtaking was extremely close. And only after the shock makes itself felt: his knees begin to shake, spreads a feeling of weakness, the heart is racing, maybe even the tears run. These are the after-effects of the cocktail of stress hormones, which the organism in acute threat quickly produced in large quantities, to get out of the danger zone. We continue to use an analogy, in the normal mode of everyday comfortable with tractor diesel, so our blood through the stress hormones turns on alarm in hochoktanes jet fuel: almost the entire energy is provided the muscle and the sense organs, the response time is drastically reduced and reduced sensitivity to pain. To read more click here: Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. Fright let up! Unfortunately, this archaic body reactions and our modern lives are not more well matched: so we consume in the Driving hardly muscle power. After such a shock, it would be important for the body, that you turn off the car and once to run a lap, bounce around, shake and scream to relieve the excess adrenaline, so celebrate your survival. Alternatively a roughly ten-minute break would be good, where you just breathe in the belly down, your body reactions perceive and realise that you have survived (“himself from shivering”). Peter Levine, an expert in trauma research, this is called the orientation period.

Observations on animals in the wild shows that she regularly after surviving danger these two behaviors show. As a result of fright is processed, the memory can then be shaken off and continue the life. Without one of these two options, circling the remains of stress hormones in the body and lose the connection to the triggering situation, with the result of a future chronically elevated levels of stress. >.

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