Posts Tagged ‘PTSD’

Trauma PTSD

Common Reactions to Trauma

Most people have some kind of stress reaction after a trauma. Having such a reaction has nothing to do with personal weakness. Stress reactions may last for several days or even a few weeks. For most people, if symptoms occur, they will slowly decrease over time. What are common reactions to trauma? There are common…

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Mental Health Reactions after Disaster

Mental Health Reactions after Disaster

  Mental health reactions after disaster, such as hurricanes and earthquakes look very much like trauma reactions. Disasters can cause a full range of mental, emotional, and physical reactions. You may also react to problems that occur after the event, as well as to triggers or reminders of the trauma. Disasters affect people who experience…

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Neurobiology of Stress, Panic, Trauma

Neurobiology of Stress, Anxiety, Fear, Panic, Trauma

The neurobiological mechanisms in response to stress, anxiety, fear, panic, and trauma can have extremely harmful effects on your physical and mental health and is very very serious matter.  If you are experiencing repeated acute effects and/or chronic effects of stress, anxiety, fear, panic, or trauma, then read further to understand the neurobiological mechanisms.  The…

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Trauma PTSD

I Have Experienced Trauma. Do I have PTSD ?

  Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Trauma and PTSD: After a traumatic event, it is normal to think, act, and feel differently than usual. Most individuals will start to feel better after a few weeks or months. However, If your symptoms last longer than a few months, are very upsetting, or disrupt your…

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Meditation Mindfulness

HOW THE BRAIN CHANGES & IMPROVES WITH MINDFULNESS INTERVENTIONS & MEDITATION.

HOW THE BRAIN CHANGES & IMPROVES WITH MINDFULNESS INTERVENTIONS & MEDITATION NeuroScience & the Brains of Trained Meditators & Mindfulness Practitioners: A plethora of neuroscience research demonstrates significant and consistent positive changes in the brains of individuals practicing meditation styles from Buddhist meditation to more secular mindfulness based stress reduction techniques. Science demonstrates 1) you can train…

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