At the moment we experience the traumatic event (or if exposed over long periods of times to trauma), our central nervous system "flips a switch" in our bodies to help support us in that moment. We enter into "survival mode" otherwise known as "fight, flight or freeze" mode. This switch aids us to get to safety, fend off an attacker, or dissociate if necessary.
After the traumatic event, our bodies process the experience and flip the switch back to everyday mode... but what if that switch doesn't get turned back to everyday mode? We then experience symptoms like, nightmares, anxiety, depression, hypervigilance, lack of sleep (just to name a few). Does any of this sound familiar?
Generally, trauma is treated with talk therapy and meds, with good reason. Those treatments do help.... but what about the body where all of this started? Your body needs to release the trauma that is being stored -
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