WHAT IS TRAUMA TO YOU?
WHAT IS TRAUMA TO YOU?
Trauma is a common result of a violently stressful experience, which softens your sense of security, so you feel helpless and vulnerable.
Traumatic experiences often involve a threat to your life or security. Any situation that leaves you with the feeling of being unprotected and alone can, however, be traumatic, even though it does not involve any physical threat.
Trauma may be caused by a single blow, one event - such as a car accident, a natural disaster, or a violent attack. Trauma can also strain from persistent stress, such as living in a hard-charged criminal neighborhood.
People react very differently to trauma. Common symptoms of trauma can be insomnia, heart palpitations, physical pain, fatigue, irritability, shock, anger, irritability, confusion, or anxiety. The symptoms vary from being a few days up to months and years. This is because you still hold painful memories or emotions, even though you feel like you are feeling better.
It is common that the effects of a traumatic experience in the brain are an overproduction of stressors, such as Cortisol and norepinephrine.
HOW CAN FACIAL REFLEXOLOGY HELP?
Traumatic experiences often involve a threat to your life or security. However, any situation that leaves you feeling unprotected and alone can be traumatic, even though it does not involve any physical threat. It can strengthen the immune system to help you against other diseases and symptoms that may be caused by weak resistance. You can break - or even stop - the effects that stress has on your body.
Face Reflex therapy does not only help balance your hormonal system. With reflex therapy, you also get to improve the flow of energy and circulation, which provides balance and health in the body. Your immune system will strengthen, and it can help you against other diseases and symptoms that may be caused by weak resistance.
Face reflex therapy helps your body relax and enter a state of calm that can bring balance to your emotions.
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