Ending Traumatic Stress Responses - Faster EFT
Understanding Traumatic Stress
FasterEFT has a complete understanding that every individual reacts and records every single experience uniquely compared another. No two people are identical in this planet, even those who are exposed to the same environments with the same level of education and coming from a similar family will eventually have a varied understanding of how the world works.
That is why when dealing with terrible events, some people may find
recovery to be normally easy while others find the after-effects to be
much more painful, incapacitating and often permanently changed their
life. An individual will continue to suffer because the mind has created
this structure referencing each incoming event from a previous catastrophic experience.
Feeling numb or wanting to feel numb, shutting themselves from those around them and constantly feeling grief and guilt are just among the responses that continuously weighs them down. Normal sleep patterns may be interrupted as memories keep on visiting them in unpleasant dreams.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, is a term applied when an individual continues to suffer physical and psychological reactions after exposure to a painful event. When a traumatic event cause damage to the individual’s emotions, it may damage the person’s normal coping skills, hence resulting to traumatic stress.
Some people who are suffering from Traumatic Stress Responses including PTSD consider their states as permanent and often leads to many other problems and disorders. The mind will always try to find a way to relieve itself from the pain, often an individual might turn to something to temporarily numb-out.
FasterEFT understands that in overcoming trauma it is important to not only address the responses caused by stress, but to eliminate its root cause.
Traumatic events may range from witnessing actual dangers and violence or experiencing a life-threatening event causing death or serious injury. Other examples of experiences that may lead to Traumatic Stress Responses are as follows:
- Transport disasters
- Domestic Violence
- House Fires
- Natural Calamities
- Combat experiences
- Terrorist attacks
- Rape and sexual assault
- Losing a job
- End of a relationship
- Death of a loved one
If you will look at the above list, you may notice that some events are far more catastrophic than the others. But as mentioned at the opening of this article, every person’s coping mechani