The stress from physical and emotional pain and fatigue can cause anxiety, confusion and social isolation. Chronic deep muscle pain or fear can decrease activity and lead to depression. Possibly anxiety, fear and depression often block even the desire to overcome the stress.
Besides the physical and emotional challenges to recovering your energy and happiness, it can greatly interfere with the way you manage your activities at home or at work.
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Why does your body go into a state of fogginess or wired up and emotional over reactive or under reactive state after an accident or some traumatic event?
Your brain and all its nerve connections has been conditioned to view things in certain ways. Take a simple example. At the end of a big delicious meal in some countries it is a sign of appreciation and gratitude to burp aloud. That is not the culture I was raised in, but I’m not judging this either. So we all have been observed how at the scene of an accident how people react.
Here are several typical types of behaviours at the scene: 1. the gawker, 2. the take charge and give directions, 3. the over emotional / under emotional victim “can’t believe this happened to me” , 5.the victim who just wants to leave the scene saying “I’m fine”, on and on.
Everyone has some lingering effect after the traumatic event is over. These effects may be subtle and accumulated shocks add to the mental, physical and emotional stress. Whether we experience trauma first had and when we listen to the constant onslaught of painful; happenings have the world, it builds up stress and confusing reactive patterns in the body, mind and impacts our happiness, our health and sleep.
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Immediately after an accident or being a victim of chilhood abuse or trauma, the normal thinking brain of the person traumatized retreats into crisis or survival mode. What does this mean?
When someone feels overwhelmed by the suddenness of an event, the fight or flight energy of the body takes over. A person quits thinking calmly and rationally and tries to survive by confusion, fleeing, hiding, fighting or attempting to placate their abuser. Usually, the ability to share feels and thoughts is avoided or swallowed to get physical support or help.
After the initial crisis passes and physical help has helped the body’s pain and wounds to go away, the emotional wounds remain hidden thin the tissues and psyche awaiting a later time to be resolved but never forgotten.
The problem is these deep seated wounds don’t go away, but leave open sores that never heal without help. Why does this happen?
The body and brain are like a computerized system that catalogs all our experiences and sorts these happenings as memories in the brain and part of the body. Example: If I was driving my car and got hit by an out of control motorcycle, I would naturally be more cautious at that intersection the next time I am driving in that location. I become more vigilant, my pulse may race, etc. These responses seem confusing, but they are a normal reaction to previous trauma.
You can decrease this confusion by simply rubbing the area under your nose above your lip slowly while breathing deeply and slowly through your belly area.
Let me know how this techniques work for you. Namaste
Your body is made up of layers of energy. They are arranged in the spiritual, mental, emotional, physical and sub-levels of neurochemical and electro-chemical messaging systems.
Any sudden dramatic change to the body’s energy systems can cause the physical and emotional from a sudden car accident, unexpected death of a loved one, surgery, becoming a victim of a violent crime or abuse or war. Sudden illness or crisis can cause immediate changes and sometimes hard to understand shifts.
These shifts can be seen in moodiness, energy drain, overreacting, inability to think clearly or process normally, lack of concentration, memory loss, sleeplessness, pain shifts, inability to cope with daily challenges and changes in how much we eat etc.
How can you help yourself and your children after you have survived a life-changing event?
All of these changes both seen and internal are normal responses to a life-changing event. Do you have to suffer and put up or simply endure the suffering and pain for the rest of y9our life and simply suck it up and try to move on? NO NO NO!!!
First, See you doctor and get the medical attention needed. Then learn to reduce the anxiety, stress and pain. The shock will continue to deepen and more trauma unfolds if you do not help yourself.
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